Imagined Museums examines the intertwined politics surrounding art and modernization in Morocco from 1912 to the present. In this first cultural history of modern Moroccan art and its museums, Katarzyna Pieprzak goes beyond the investigation of national institutions to treat the history and evolution of multiple museums as cultural architectures that both enshrine the past and look to the future.
Subjects: Art & Art History
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