Born in 1961 in Larache, in northern Morocco, Hassan Hajjaj now divides his time between London and Marrakech. Spotted by art critic Rose Issa in 2006, he has taken part in numerous exhibitions in Morocco, England, Mali and the Middle East. In 2009 he was a finalist in the Victoria & Albert Museum’s Jameel Prize for Islamic art.
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