The IEMed has its own programme of touring exhibitions. A selection of our exhibitions are listed below.
Get in contact with us for more details on the availability of the exhibitions (some available in several languages).
Women breaking barriers. Transforming Mediterranean cities
This exhibition brings together the ten pictures and stories selected as runners-up in the photographic contest called by the Euro-Mediterranean Women’s Foundation (FFEM) on the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.
They show the stories of hope and personal growth of women from Algeria, Belgium, Egypt, Israel, Morocco, Palestine and Turkey.
The Mediterranean of the 20th century: looks and realities
The IEMed and the EFE Agency organised in 2010 the exhibition “The Mediterranean of the 20th century: looks and realities”, which offers an overview of the historical events and social and cultural changes that will mark the region during the last century.
It does so through 125 images from the EFE agency’s documentary collection and a journalistic account of the main events.
Raimundus, christianus Arabicus
Ramon Llull and the Meeting between Cultures
The exhibition explores the life and work of the Majorcan thinker, emphasising the aspect of intercultural dialogue with the Muslim world.Find out more (information in French)
Drawing 4 Equality: Challenging gender roles on both sides of the Mediterranean”
More than 270 proposals from wowen of 30 different countries tackling topics such as the wrong idea according to which some jobs, behaviours and looks are meant for a specific gender, the social pressure to get married or be a mother or everyone’s freedom to be who they want to be.
The exhibition, organised by the IEMed and the FFEM, gathers the work of the finalists and the winners.
Collaging a Gender-Equal Future
Through the artistic language of collage, the 15 selected works of this Euro-Mediterranean contest organised by the IEMed and the FFEM map our present in all its complexity, whilst simultaneously projecting a gender-equal future. Some collages challenge social norms, reinvent power dynamics and celebrate sisterhood and feminism. Others contest gender-based inequalities or underline the hardships accentuated by the pandemic.Find out more