Art Radar speaks to the London-based Moroccan artist about swagger, escapism and the theatre of life.
Following the world premieres of Karima: A Day In The Life Of A Henna Girl at LACMA and Art Basel, Art Radar delves into the mind of the astonishingly versatile artist Hassan Hajjaj.
LACMA’s first exhibition of their contemporary Middle Eastern art collection charts the expanding parameters of Islamic art.
With a collection of Islamic art spanning from the Early to the Medieval and Late Islamic periods, LACMA in Los Angeles has recently been expanding into the contemporary arena. The first showing of its contemporary art collection from the Middle East has marked a milestone in the understanding of the region’s art history – as welll as triggering debate.