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American exhibition Travel Diaries at the Mohammed VI Museum in Rabat

Julian Schnabel
Rose Painting (Near Van Gogh's Grave) XX, 2017
Oil, plates, and bondo on wood
84 x 120 x 8 3/4 inches (213.4 x 304.8 x 22.2 cm)
© Julian Schnabel Photo by Tom Powel Imaging

In a whirlwind of colors, textures and emotions, the exhibition Travel Diaries invites us into a universe where art meets the world, where every brushstroke tells a story of travel, discovery and creativity.

The Musée Mohammed VI d’art moderne et contemporain (MMVI), accustomed to hosting works by major Moroccan and international artists, is currently opening its doors to works by four internationally renowned contemporary painters from New York.

Travel Diaries brings together unique creations by Francesco Clemente, Brice Marden, Helen Marden and Julian Schnabel. Organized by the National Museums Foundation and the Vito Schnabel Gallery, this exhibition takes visitors on a visual journey through the artistic experiences and explorations of four artists who have traveled the world, drawing inspiration from a wide variety of cultures.