DUBAI: Between the 1960s and 1980s, post-independence Morocco witnessed the rise of a game-changing artistic movement known as the Casablanca Art School. It was spearheaded by a new generation of pioneering Moroccan artists and educators such as Farid Belkahia, Mohammed Chabaa and Mohamed Melehi, who sought to create a modern and vibrant visual language that paid tribute to their country’s multicultural heritage.    
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