From May 15th to December 31st, 2015, the biggest contemporary art museum in Africa, Mohammed VI Museum (MMVI) of modern and contemporary art in Rabat, will be hosting an exhibition entitled Main Street focused on street and urban art. The show aims to allow visitors to discover artists from different continents, all linked by a common passion – their efforts to change the environment, fight corporations and advertising companies, and to leave their mark in the world.

The show that was curated by Nicolas Couturieux for PrintThemAll includes a selection of around thirty works by Adrian Falkner (Switzerland), C215 (France), Case Maclaim (Germany), DALeast (China), Kan (France), Maya Hayuk (USA), Miss Van (France), Ron English (USA), Simo Mouhim (Morocco), Thomas Canto (France) and Tilt (France). The exhibited works include originals created especially for this exhibition, installations by Tilt, C215 and Thomas Canto, as well as a selection of limited edition lithographs printed at Idem Studio in Paris. The show will be followed by a series of public murals being created around Rabat, and print releases being released through with Maya Hayuk’s 1st lithograph being available on the 26th of May.

Photo credit: Landry & Anouar