Mohamed Haïti’s work fixes the memory of cities and their society. Through series of miniature illustrations which are at once minimalist, geometric and stylized, he immortalizes architecture and documents the culture and customs of cities in Morocco and elsewhere.
Mohamed Haïti has done several artistic residencies, including “Sur les pas de Delacroix – residence du carnet de voyage” in Meknes, and Green Olive Arts International Residency during which he worked on the city of Tetouan. He has also participated in several group exhibitions in Meknes, Tangier and Tetouan. In 2019, he organized his first solo exhibition entitled Murmures des cités at the Les Insolites gallery, devoted to the city of Tangier and its monuments.
Mohamed is graduated of the National Institute of Fine Arts in Tetouan.