"I draw on the floor, on the wall, on the wood or the paper. There is no border line for my drawings."
Chourouk Hriech (b. 1977) is a French artist of Moroccan origin, working primarily with monochrome or black and white
two-dimensional drawings, as well as installations, videos and photo-montages. Her drawings create spaces not by empirical reality, but, through recognizable elements of actual places. The often surreal nature of these images interacts with notions of mapping, mobility, social fictions and contemporary living solutions. Hriech published a book of drawings in 2004 entitled The Pink Book, and her work has been shown in institutions including L’appartement 22 (Rabat), the Museum of Contemporary Art (Lyon), Kunstnernes Hus (Oslo), and the Museum of Shanghai (China). The artist lives and works in Marseille, and is represented by the JGM Galerie in Paris, and the Atelier21 Galerie in Casablanca.
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