Touria El Glaoui is the daughter of one of the most revered living Moroccan artists, Hassan El Glaoui. She was born and raised in Morocco andholds an MBA in Strategic Management and International Business from Pace University, New York.
Parallel to her career, she has organized and co- curated significant exhibitions of her father’s work including a major retrospective in Casablanca and Meetings in Marrakech, a joint exhibition with Winston Churchill’s paintings hosted at Leighton House in London and most recently, La Mamounia in Marrakech, as part of the 2014 Marrakech Biennale.
Her latest work opened for its third edition at the Strand's grand Somerset House called Sexuality and the Sahara: 17 artists showcasing Africa's divergent stars.
38 galleries representing more than 150 artists from Africa and the African diaspora.