Tag Archives: Marguerite McBey

Facebook First: Arabic Interactive Novel

Abdelouahid Stitou, Tangier journalist, sees a painting and creates the first Arabic interactive novel on Facebook, “ZohraLiza,” the “Moroccan Mona Lisa.”
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Zohra, As She Was: Photos From the Fifties

James McBey’s “Zohra” has been called the Moroccan Mona Lisa, but in the 1950s, she was a young teen posing in Tangier, and friends with the children of Marguerite McBey’s American family.
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Rediscovered: Marguerite McBey’s Lost Sketches

The newest TALIM exhibit is from a treasure trove of long-forgotten sketches by Marguerite McBey.
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