Interview: Abdellah Karroum and the Benin Biennale

From Africa is a Country Tue Dec 4 2012, 14:20:07

We tracked down Abdellah Karroum in Paris, and asked him some questions about the Biennale Regard Benin 2012, of which he is the artistic director (more on that in yesterday's post). Abdellah Karroum was born in 1970 in Morocco. He is the artistic director of L'appartement 22, an experimental space for exhibitions and residencies in Rabat, which [...]

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