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Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

The Smithsonian is the world’s biggest research and museum complex, with 19 museums and galleries, the National Zoological Park, and different research stations. In excess of 137 million articles enumerating America’s story are housed here, so you would do well to plan for a taxing seven day stretch of strolling. There’s such a great amount to see that, in the event that you burned through one moment day and night taking a gander at each protest on display, in ten years you’d see just 10% of the entirety. Along these lines, it’s insightful to take off with an arrangement. Spotlight on just a single or two shows at a few unique museums.

Le Louver, Paris, France

The Louver was a medieval post and the royal residence of the lords of France before turning into a museum two centuries prior. The expansion of I. M. Pei’s pyramid stunned numerous when it was disclosed in 1989 as the new principle entrance, yet it some way or another works, incorporating the castle’s divergent components. The museum’s accumulations, which go from days of yore to the primary portion of the nineteenth century, are among the most vital on the planet. A decent place to start is the Sully Wing, at the establishments of Philippe-Auguste’s medieval keep—it’s in the heart of the Louver, kids love it, and it drives directly to the Egyptian rooms.

The Acropolis Museum, Athens, Greece

The dazzling ground floor gallery houses finds from the slants of the Acropolis. Its astonishing straightforward glass floor gives a stroll over history, with a perspective of the archeological uncovering, while at the same time slanting upward to the Acropolis with asylums of the Athenians from each memorable period close-by. Littler settlements have been uncovered, yielding looks of Athenian life. Out of the blue, the shows in the Archaic Gallery enable guests to take in all sides of the articles, which are shown in open spaces described by changing regular light.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York

 Metropolitan Museum

The Metropolitan Museum of Art is the biggest museum in the Western Hemisphere. Its gathering of in excess of two million things isn’t just expansive—covering the whole world, from ancient history to the present—yet profound, with possessions so substantial in various zones that some may be viewed as museums unto themselves. Its European artistic creations are staggering: works by Botticelli, Rembrandt, Vermeer, Degas, Rodin, and different illuminating presences. The Egyptian Collection exhibits the tomb of Perneb (around 2440 B.C.) and the dazzling Temple of Dendur (around 23-10 B.C.). The American Wing contains American arts and artworks, including a room from a Frank Lloyd Wright Prairie House. What’s more, the rundown continues forever.

The British Museum, London, England

England’s biggest museum takes care of the national gathering of paleontology and ethnography—in excess of eight million items extending from ancient issues that remains to be worked out of Athens’ Parthenon, from entire Assyrian royal residence rooms to choice gold gems.


2014 cover month of March 2014  Femina Magazine  –
series I t’a (b) ime, flap 2014 by  Zineb Andress Arraki  –


2013 the number 1 mag  CASAMEMOIR E  in December 2013 with:
file: Towards a gentrification of Casablanca?
look at the city:  Zineb Andress Arraki , a tender look and sorry- casablanca ch2o …

2013 –  MAGANA DE GUELIZ  The contest MAGANA, initiated by CARRE EDEN, aims to design an urban clock that will be the new symbol of Gueliz. A landmark, a mascot. The jury ruled and nominated 2 laureates, 1st ex-equo prize. Zineb Andress Arraki, and AOK (Omar Kadiri Workshop)

2013 – Poetics of the everyday An exhibition of Hicham Berrada and Zineb Andress Arraki, co-curated with Alya Sebti and Holiday Powers for the cycle of exhibition on Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia with ArteEAst.


2013 –  RUKH Mag 

2013 – Diptyk Mag, “Photo 2.0” 

April / May 2013, n ° 18

Photo 2.0, in the meshes of the web

Marie Moignard for Diptyk Mag-

2013 – Diptyk Mag, “Waiting for the Apocalypse” –

 Dec / Jan 2013, n ° 16

Portfolio Zineb Andress Arraki, Space Species

Jeanne Mercier for Diptyk Mag


2012 – Diptyk Mag, “Art in Morocco Now” 

 Oct / Nov 2012, n ° 15

tell me your city

Syham Weigant for Diptyk Mag


2012 – The Official Morocco, “From Art to Fashion” –

 p77 / 78,   n ° 22

2011 – Emotional Architecture, Matter of thought, collective under the direction of Paul Ardenne & Barbara Polla, edition La Muette.

“What if black made architecture?” , was published in the book Emotional Architecture material for collective thinking. P163 – 166

2011 – DERATISM, is an online journal that showcases 10 projects employing various artistic media.





MOBILOGY – Questioning The Usual

“What we are talking about is brick, concrete, glass, our table manners, our utensils, our tools, our schedules, our rhythms.” We certainly live, of course, we breathe, we walk, we open doors, we go down stairs, we sit at a table to eat, we sleep in a bed to sleep How? When? Why?

Describe your street. Describe another one. Compare.

Take inventory of your pockets, your bag. Ask yourself about the source, use and fate of each of the objects you remove.

Question your spoons.

What is under your wallpaper?

How many steps does it take to dial a phone number? Why ?

Why do not we find cigarettes in grocery stores? Why not ?

It does not matter to me that these questions are here fragmentary, hardly indicative of a method, at most a project. It matters to me that they seem trivial and futile: that is precisely what makes them as, if not more, essential than so many others through which we have vainly tried to capture our truth. “

LMAGANA, An Urban Clock

The contest of L’MAGANA, or the celebration of 100 years of Guéliz, has for ambition
“A combination of the past and the future that is expressed in the present moment”.

And if MAGANA was a reinterpretation of what could be the “clock building” in the XXI century
in our particular context?

Magana must escape the programmed obsolescence of new technologies.
The magana must go through time and be a witness to this passing time.
Magana must accompany time and pierce generations.

The hourglass is the temporal tool par excellence to fulfill this mission:
transmit, accompany, indicate undeniably the time that passes,
the time that nourishes, the time that denudes the life of men and the city.


it is about an hourglass which fl ows 50 cm3 of sand a day and gives an appointment for its total flow on the occasion of the bicentennial of Guéliz.
The sand level of the receiving compartment is graduated on the load-bearing structure on a 100-year-old ladder; conversely, the sand level of the emitter compartment is graduated on the bearing structure on a 100-year scale (2013 – 2113 )


Xavier Guerrand Hermès, initiator of the CARRE EDEN project and President of the jury.
Nadia Zahi Cherkaoui, Deputy Managing Director of Active Invest
Karim El Achak, urban architect, project manager CARRE EDEN
OUM El Ghait Benssehraoui, songwriter
Amine Boushaba, journalist, cultural actor
Lovestories, A.Salem, FZ Aniny, S.El Massani

The Trace Man

“This work is in the continuity of my research, it is about developing an imaginary taking into account the multiplicities and complexity of the contemporary world, an imaginary involving the recognition of otherness and the figure of the oxymoron,” in order to build the future we will have to give up the comfort of binary simplification to enter the infinite territory of the subtle nuance.

To oppose the true to the false, the spirit against the body, the material in the face of the abstract in artificial wars, forbids us the clear path of lucidity. Of course we have not finished questioning the being of things that already it is the link between the things themselves that seems to motorize the world. To be or not to be such is no longer the question, nor even how or what to be, but rather in the infinite mesh of possible truths, where are we and what is the nature, the value, the power of the link between us? Neither true nor false, neither you nor me, neither real nor virtual: between. “”

until June 6, 2013, at the CDG foundation, rabat, exhibition of stories, carte blanche to Mehdi Qotbi, curator Rita Alaoui, with Amina Agueznai, Fatima Maazmouz, Safaa Erruas, Fatiha Zemmouri, Meriem El Alj, Lamia Naji