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Credit: Hassan Hajjaj Meriem & Khadija Marmouche 2012 <br/>Metallic lambda print on dibond with wood and plastic mat frame

Mr M. Mazouz, 2013. Metallic Lambda print on Dibond with wood and found objects, 35 x 24.5 in. Courtesy of the artist and GUSFORD | los angeles.

These Portraits Of Moroccan Hipsters Are More Nuanced Than They Look

The New York Times sees shades of Matisse and Koons. ArtNet is convinced he's the next David LaChapelle. But Hassan Hajjaj, the Moroccan stylist and photographer, started out simply wanting to capture

Portraits of North African hipsters by Hassan Hajjaj.

Hassan Hajjaj's rockstar portraits – in pictures Joe Casely-Hayford 2012 Metallic lambda print on dibond with wood and plastic mat frame

Picture of a musician kneeling next to his string instrument in front of a pink and aqua tapestry-like background

Picture of a musician kneeling next to his string instrument in front of a pink and aqua tapestry-like background

African Prints in Fashion: Hassan Hajjaj's Rockstars

Hassan Hajjaj's Rockstars

dynamicafrica: “ Images from Moroccan artist Hassan Hajjaj’s rockstar portrait series Read more here (images via danceswithfaeriesunderthemooon) ”

Hassan Hajjaj - Artists - Taymour Grahne

From projects+gallery, Hassan Hajjaj, Helen, the Venus Bushfire C-print mounted on Dibond, 53 × 40 in

Hassan Hajjaj's rockstar portraits – in pictures

Images from My Rockstars: Volume a series of studio portraits the Moroccan photographer has been working on since 1998

Hassan Hajjaj

Hassan Hajjaj

musicians in a group called Poetic Pilgrimage, dressed in colorful clothes standing in front of a yellow patterned backdrop Hassan Hajjaj

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“Africa on the Catwalk” is a fashion show featuring work by a wide range of African designers, including Moroccan photographer Hassan Hajjaj who is known for his colourful portraits.

Les Rencontres d'Arles Programme 2015

Omar Victor Diop’s Project Diaspora photographic series delves into and exposes lesser-known narratives of the role of Africans out of Africa