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Blessings from Mousganistan
Mashallah with extra cheese, 2021 © Mous Lamrabat / Loft Art Gallery

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Blessings from Mousganistan

Exhibition: – 4 Dec 2022

Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam

Keizersgracht 609
1017 DS Amsterdam

+31 (0)20-5516500


Mon-Wed 10-18; Thu-Fri 10-21; Sat-Sun 10-18

Blessings from Mousganistan
X-Rated#1, 2017 © Mous Lamrabat / Loft Art Gallery

Mous Lamrabat - Blessings from Mousganistan 
28 May - 12 October 2022
Opening: Friday 27 May from 17.30 until 21.00 hrs, in the presence of artists Mous Lamrabat and Magnum Photographer Newsha Tavakolian.

Foam proudly presents Blessings from Mousganistan, an exhibition by self-taught photographer Mous Lamrabat (Morocco, 1983). Beauty and a sense of hope are central to Lamrabat’s work. His photographs are playful and surrealistic, every so often subtly provocative, but always vibrant and fun. His work is exhilarating and at times a confronting fusion of his diasporic life, using beauty and humour to create powerful new narratives related to sensitive issues like racism, religion and women’s rights. In Blessings from Mousganistan, the artist shares a message of love through a colourful and eclectic visual experience.

Blessings from Mousganistan
Warning, 2021 © Mous Lamrabat / Loft Art Gallery

Blessings from Mousganistan
The world of Mous Lamrabat is a place where life is at peace and people are loved, no matter where you are from or where you are going. This is the experience the artist wants to bring across in the exhibition Blessings from Mousganistan: you step into the fascinating utopia the artist has created within the museum walls of Foam. He asks and sometimes pushes the viewer to look differently at the images in front of them; he has superimposed his photographs in large lenticular prints or vacuum pulled portraits around a Nike logo and the McDonalds “M” the artist incorporated into his work. By changing the shapes of well-known symbols and images, Lamrabat deconstructs the notion of “normal”. What first consisted of familiar colours and forms has now been altered and redefined into a different meaning defined by the artist. In his exhibition, Lamrabat also provides a chance for a more intimate interaction to see the works up close which serves as an introduction to the final part of the exhibition where universal prayer flags grace the space. The installation is a response to the ongoing stream of refugees from all parts of the world. It is a reminder from the artist to take care of one another and more importantly, to care of everyone indiscriminately of their skin colour or origins.

Mous Lamrabat was born in Northern Morocco and grew up in Flanders, Belgium. He is an autodidact photographer who graduated with a degree in Interior Design from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent. His work has been published internationally in magazines such as Vogue, Esquire, Stylist Magazine, among many others. In 2020 Mous was part of the group exhibition Just Pictures, curated by Antwaun Sargent at projects+gallery, St. Louis (Missouri) and in 2021 he had a solo exhibition at the photography museum FOMU in Antwerp. Mous Lamrabat is represented by Loft Art Gallery in Casablanca, Morocco.

The exhibition Blessings from Mousganistan will be opened on Friday 27 May, in the presence of the artist.

Blessings from Mousganistan
Slow it down 2017 © Mous Lamrabat / Loft Art Gallery
Blessings from Mousganistan
The a la swag 2018 © Mous Lamrabat / Loft Art Gallery