The Tangier left behind by the Protectorate
The Time in Between
The novel ‘The Time in Between’, translated into 25 languages, tells the story of the life of Sira Quiroga, who founded a sewing workshop in Tétouan, capital of the Spanish Protectorate. It is a story of intrigue, spanning Tangier to Lisbon, telling tales of Morocco that win our hearts, because the fiction is imbued with the romanticism of the Protectorate.
Carmina Maceín, the last link
The floors of her house, a home-cum-museum, are by Roselló. The space is in the kasbah and belongs to Carmina Maceín, gallery owner and friend of Pablo Picasso. There are photos of kings on the folding screens, and artworks by Dali, Chilida, Henry Moore, Viola and numerous others.