Morococo. The ornamented portraits of Hassan Hajaj. The Best Multicultural Photography in World. Part IV


Ever since I worked with Bruno Barbey in the mid-90s I have been fascinated with the photographic resplendence radiated by all things Moroccan. Imagine my delight when photographer friend and collaborator Richard Picton drew my attention to the extraordinary vibrant work of the Morocco-born Londoner, Hassan Hajaj, in a Guardian photo feature. With self-assembled frames made from rubber, cloth, plastic, toys, tile and popcans, and portraits that are equal measures of pigment, people and pattern, Hajaj dazzles the heart of the eye where colour lives.

photos via the Guardian, the Sultan Gallery, What's up and other sources.

Note: All copyright belongs to the artists/owners of the copyrights themselves.

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