Omar Berrada is a writer, translator and curator, and the director of Dar al-Ma’mûn, a library and artists residency in Marrakech. Previously, he curated public programs at Centre Pompidou, hosted shows on French national radio, ran Tangier’s International Book Salon, and co-directed Dubai’s Global Art Forum. He is editor, with Erik Bullot, of Expanded Translation – A Treason Treatise, a book of verbal and visual betrayals; and, with Yto Barrada, of Album – Cinémathèque de Tanger, a multilingual volume about film in Tangier and Tangier on film. His translations (into French) include books by Jalal Toufic, Stanley Cavell and Joan Retallack. In 2016 he edited The Africans, a book on migration and racial politics in Morocco, and curated several exhibitions including ‘Memory Games,’ a group show within the Marrakech biennale; ‘Black Hands,’ a solo M’barek Bouhchichi show at Kulte Gallery in Rabat; and ‘I want to possess in this world…,’ a presentation of Ahmed Bouanani’s films and archive at Witte de With in Rotterdam. Currently living in New York, Omar is a co-editor of Sharjah Biennial’s tamawuj.org and the guest curator of the 2017 Abraaj Group Art Prize.