Mohamed Saïd CHAIR

From the business world to the art world, there is only one step. Such is  the atypical history career of Tangier artist Mohamed Saïd Chair. After  classical academic studies, he worked in a bank as a financial adviser and then chose the path of entrepreneurship. But the passion of Mohammed Saïd Chair for art conquered him and he decides in 2017 to fully devote himself to his passion. Drawing his inspiration from the figurative art of one of his mentors, Lucian Freud, he covers the heads of his characters with a cardboard box and manages to reveal ordinary scenes of life reflecting human decadence.

At Jardin Rouge, the artist questions the figure of the superhero fascinates him. « Superheroes are part of a collective memory, a space that is created in common between all generations and all cultures. »

Using cardboard as a support and a technique of classical academic painting, Mohamed Saïd Chair extracts these super-heroes from their comic book universe, to transpose them into a contemporary context and make them true works of art.

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(Exhibition selection)


Group Show, XXL #3, Montresso* Art Space, Marrakesh, Morocco
Solo Show, DDESSINPARIS – DDESSIN, Sulger-Buel gallery, Paris, France
Group Show, Disarticulations, galerie Christian Sulger-Buel, London


Groupe show, galerie PIASA (ventes aux enchères), Paris
Groupe show, galerie Dasthe, Casablanca
Groupe show exposition dessins (héros anti -héros), galerie appartement comptoir des mines, Marrakech
Groupe show, palais Es-Saadi (ventes aux enchères CMOOA), Marrakech.
Groupe show, galerie GVCC, événement artweek, Casablanca


Groupe show, galerie appartement comptoir des mines, Marrakech
Accrochage au musée d’art contemporain Mohamed VI dans le cadre du festival de street art Jidar-Rabat
Solo show, Galerie Del Cabo , Mallorque
Groupe show, Amadeus Art Gallery, Casablanca


Groupe show, 4eme édition de l’exposition internationale PICASSIANA, Malaga
Groupe show, festival international d’art contemporain, centre des arts contemporains, Tétouane
Solo show, Volubilis Art Gallery, Tanger