African Dreamer
Du 7 décembre 2017 au 7 janvier 2018 38 Urban Casablanca

African Dreamer

Mohammed Chaoui El Faiz, Fatim Zohra Alaoui, Rajaa Essaghyry
La Galerie 38
64 pages
21 x 21 cm
Janvier 2017

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Médéric Turay, invité culture sur Medi1TV Afrique
December 2017

Interview de Médéric Turay sur Medi1TV Afrique.

Reportage 2M TV exposition Mederic Turay à la Galerie 38
December 2017
Vernissage de l’exposition de Médéric Turay @ La Galerie 38
December 2017

Vernissage de l’exposition “African Dreamer” de Médéric Turay, artiste ivoirien, du 7 décembre 2017 au 7 janvier 2018.

Médéric Turay accroche son African Dream sur les murs du Mövenpick Marrakech
November 2018

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Ivorian Contemporary Artist Mederic Turay
September 2018

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« African Dreamer », l’expo colorée et pleine de finesse signée Médéric Turay
January 2018

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À travers ses étranges personnages, Médéric Turay peint le rêve africain (INTERVIEW)
December 2017

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Médéric Turay : “Je sais que Sa majesté a beaucoup de goût en matière d’art”
December 2017

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Un train aux couleurs de l’Afrique habillé par l’artiste ivoirien Médéric Turay
March 2017

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Born in Ivory Coast in 1979, Médéric was only 4 years old when he began drawing in the manner of popular cartoons and imitating the work of great masters such as Picasso, Dalí or Basquiat.
In 1984 Médéric’s father, who was in the forces, accepted a post in the USA and the family moved to Washington D.C. where Médéric Turay assimilated North American musical and artistic influences.
In 1995, the family moved back to Ivory Coast where the young artist finished school to then begin his training in a Fine Arts School with an aim to find his roots and culture through art. In 1999 he was awarded “Best Young Artist of West Africa”.
Médéric Turay completed his diploma at Ivory Coast’s National Institute of the Arts (INSAC) in the year 2000 and from that moment began to accumulate numerous awards and diplomas hosted by embassies and important companies in Abidjan.

2005      Atelier International — Abidjan (Ivory Coast)
2003      Académie des Beaux Arts — Paris (France)
INSAAC — Abidjan (Ivory Coast)
1999      Centre Technique des Arts Appliqués — Bingerville (Ivory Coast)

2018      “African Dreamer”, La Galerie 38, Mövenpick Mansour Eddahbi — Marrakech (Morocco)
“African Dandy”, Ouf Of Africa gallery — Barcelona (Spain)
2017      “African Dreamer”, La Galerie 38 — Casablanca (Morocco)
Collaboration avec Nike et le Chelsea Football Club
Tramway de Rabat, (Morocco)
Train ONCF, (Morocco)
2016      Collaboration avec la Fondation Donwahi et l’aéroport d’Abidjan, (Ivory Coast)
International contemporary Art Fair — Lyon (France)
2015      “Unlimited Morocco”, BCK Art Gallery — Marrakech (Morocco)
Biennale de Marrakech — Marrakech (Morocco)
“Afric’Art is Beautiful”, Fondation Cherkaoui — Tanger (Morocco)
International contemporary Art Fair — Paris, Mulhouse, Bordeaux, Nice (France)
2014      “Liberation unmasked”, Galerie Sulger-Buel Lovell — London (UK)
“Traces of Humanity”, Galerie Out Of Africa — Barcelona (Spain)
2013      Centre Culturel Français, — Abidjan (Ivory Coast)
2012      “Art and integration in Africa”, Sea Plaza — Dakar (Senegal)
2010      “Je viens de là” — Cergy-Pontoise (France)
2009      La Croix Rouge — Abidjan (Ivory Coast)
2006      “Miroir”, Hôtel Sofitel — Abidjan (Ivory Coast)
2001      Galerie Art Pluriel — Abidjan (Ivory Coast)
1999      “L’Enfance”, Italy Embassy —  Abidjan (Ivory Coast)
Galerie Art Essence — (Ivory Coast)

2019      “Enfants soldats”, Drouot — Paris (France)
2017      “Street Art Project”, Musée Murcia — Barcelona (Spain)
ARTX — Lagos (Nigeria)
AKAA — Paris (France)
“Afrique en Capitale”, Musée Mohamed VI — Rabat (Morocco)
2015      Abidjan Art Festival, Fondation Donwahi — Abdijan (Ivory Coast)
N2N Gallery —  Abu Dhabi ( UAE)
“Six Artists, One Africa”, Chelsea Gallery — London (UK)
Galerie Zansi — Berlin (Germany)
“Africa Plural”, Galerie Out Of Africa — Barcelona (Spain)
2014      “Selection”, Saatchi Gallery — London (UK)
Jack Bell, Galerie Art Prize — London (UK)
2011      Hôtel de Ville — Abidjan (Ivory Coast)
Arkadi, Centre Culturel Français — Abidjan (Ivory Coast)
“Art from Africa”, Guichard Art Solution — Washington (USA)
2009      “Sifcom” —  Abidjan (Ivory Coast)

Fondation Didier Drogba
Fondation Donwahi, Côte d’Ivoire
Musée Mohamed VI
Musée Murcia, Barcelone, Espagne