Pop Art from North Africa


Thursday, 21st September 2017, 18:00 - 20:00


Curators: Najlaa El-Ageli and Toufik Douib 


Artists:  Mouad Aboulhana (Morocco), Alla Abudabbus (Libya), Rasha Amin (Egypt), Amel Benaoudia (Algeria), Dhafer Ben Khalifa (Tunisia), Walid Bouchouchi (Algeria), El3ou (Algeria), Malak Elghuel (Libya), Sarah Basma Harnafi (Morocco), Sarroura Libre (Tunisia), Meryem Meg (Algeria-Bulgaria), Ilyes Messaoudi (Tunisia), El-Moustach (Algeria), Qarm Qart (Italy-Egypt) and Sofiane Si Merabet (Algeria).


P21 Gallery is delighted to present Pop Art from North Africa, a collection artworks of fifteen creative individuals from North Africa who are all inspired by the Pop Art movement. Through paintings, digitally manipulated images, animation, music and street art, the show will take the audience on a voyage through urban landscapes, exploring the human condition and indicating the tortuous clash between tradition and modernity, in homage to the pioneers of the Western pop art, such as Keith Haring, Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein. 







Supported by: AMAL: A Said Foundation Project, The Arab British Centre, DARF Publishers & Noon Arts Projects