Year: Mid. 20th Century
Dimensions: 285 x 140 cm / 9'4" x 4'7"
Pile height: Medium
Boucherouite rugs, made primarily from fabric remnants and various recycled materials, became popular in the central High Atlas during the ’90s. These kinds of rugs served no representative purpose, which gave the weavers the opportunity to work without the pressure of expectations and to develop a free, playful style. With their impulsive imagery, many of the Boucherouite rugs remind us of contemporary paintings.