MOROCCO

MOUS LAMRABAT

PRESENTATION

Mous Lamrabat is a Moroccan-Belgian photographer. He offers provocative and offbeat images where he mixes ostentatious luxury, fashion and oriental tradition. He searches in natural settings for photographing a poetry of simplicity. His work is distinguished by its play of colors and textures.

Lamrabat is reinventing what it means to photograph fashion. Mous is particularly known for its images of dreamy masked bodies, in pastel shades and visually translating the obsessive character of Morocco with its brand image. As a photographer who constantly plays with his style, he sometimes takes abstract images in flash, and sometimes vivid and indigenous colors, it is not really easy to place his work. But it is precisely for this reason that people are attracted to his work, to this stranger and to what will come up. A curiosity for the creation of each image.

He has been published in magazines such as Elle, The Last magazine, De standaard magazine and Modzik. He collaborated with brands like Puma, Sony, Sisley, and others more edgy like Maison Artc or Botter.

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ARTWORKS

SOLO & GROUP SHOW

SOLO SHOWS

2019 

‘Mousganistan’ - Sint-Niklaas, Belgium

‘Dounia’ with Artsimous  - Voice Gallery - Marrakech

‘East to East photo exhibition’ - Manarat Al Saadiyat - Abu Dhabi

 

GROUP SHOWS

2019 

“We Are Handsome” - Hosted by Handsome, productions at 

Les Rencontres D’Arles

‘Woven Matters’ - Unseen Amsterdam

‘A Glitch In The System, Deconstructing stereotypes: 

Photo Vogue Festival - Milan

‘Moroccan Portraits’ - 193 Gallery - Paris

‘For Heaven’s Sake’ - Biennale of Jerusalem with Artsimous 

‘Lagos Photo Festival’ - Nigeria

Selected works at AKAA ART FAIR - Paris

REWARD

2019

British Journal Of Photography -  Ones to Watch - Talent Issue

PRESS

EXHIBITION AT THE 193 GALLERY

Moroccan Portraits
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INFORMATION

7, Rue des Filles du Calvaire

75003 Paris, France

cesar@193gallery.com

+33 6 03 70 78 26

 

Opening hours : 

Tuesday to Saturday from 10:30am to 7:30pm

Sunday from 12am to 6pm

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