Hassan Hajjaj, ‘African Boy Sittin’’, 2015, Vigo Gallery

About Hassan Hajjaj

A photographer, designer, and filmmaker, Hassan Hajjaj is one of Morocco’s preeminent international artists, sometimes called his native country’s answer to Andy Warhol. Entirely self-taught and influenced by a mix of London’s hip-hop and reggae scenes and his North African heritage, Hajjaj has a diverse practice that includes portraiture, installation, performance, fashion, and furniture design. He is best known for his photography, a medium he turned to in the late 1980s and in which he draws influence from Pop Art, fashion photography, and the studio work of Malick Sidibe. His recent work centers on “rockstars,” capturing a range of international musicians and performers in exquisitely composed, radically ornate portraits (and in a film that debuted at LACMA).

Moroccan, b. 1961, based in London, United Kingdom

Solo Shows

New York,
Hassan Hajjaj: 'Kesh Angels
GUSFORD | los angeles, 
Los Angeles,

Group Shows

Vigo Gallery at 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair, London 2018
New York,
Untitled Miami

Fair History on Artsy

projects+gallery at Seattle Art Fair 2017
Taymour Grahne at UNTITLED 2015
The Third Line at Frieze NY 2014
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