Yasmina Naji is a curator and founding director of Kulte Gallery & Editions based in Rabat, Morocco. She is also a PhD student in Political Philosophy at Université Paris – Sorbonne (Paris IV). Kulte is a Moroccan independent cultural platform, aiming to revisit a visual and cultural postcolonial history. It is a centre for contemporary art where publishing holds a fundamental position. It has specific research collections on aesthetics, gender and cinema with a special collection dedicated to Moroccan author and filmmaker Ahmed Bouanani. Kulte is recognised as one of the most active publishing houses in North Africa. As a curator, Naji organised more than 20 solo and group exhibitions featuring Yto Barrada, Abdelkader Benchamma, Touda Bouanani, François-Xavier Gbré, Kiluandji Kia Henda, Faouzi Laatiris, Aida Muluneh and Younès Rahmoun.
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