In almost every tour and talk at the sixth Marrakech Biennale, its curator Reem Fadda used the terms ‘decolonisation’ and ‘living art’. Through them, she poses difficult questions about the failure of nations in a post-colonial era, a global migrant crisis, the unequal distribution of wealth, terrorism and even a US presidential election that corroborates how racism still festers… Read more

Image: A parachute by the Indian-Omani artist lies in the sun-drenched court of the Koutoubia Mosque, at the Marrakech Biennale