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Marwan Magroun

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Marwan Magroun is a multi-award-winning Dutch-Tunisian commercial and documentary photographer and director. His work focuses on redefining contemporary visual culture, in which Magroun strives to make it more accessible and inclusive by utilizing the art of storytelling. He considers this a necessary addition to our collective memory in which empowering people is an important outcome. His bi-cultural background provides diverse perspectives on social topics such as identity development and representation. The metropolitan context is his playground with interests submerged in street culture, music, fashion, design, and urban architecture.

In a short period of time, Magroun built himself a respectful name in the field of Dutch photography. His transmedial project The Life of Fathers won several awards, including the Zilveren Camera 2020, Paul Peters Photo Award, and SO Award 2021. His documentary was selected for the International Film Festival in Rotterdam and screened on Dutch television.

Magroun is currently working on releasing his first photobook planned for autumn 2022. The book will cover the whole project of The Life of Fathers.

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Aicha from the Cave

Aicha from the Cave

The story of a remarkable woman and her kids living in a cave in the Atlas Mountains

photography

Stil Leven

Stil Leven

(still) Life as is during the pandemic

documentary, photography

The Life of Fathers

The Life of Fathers

A social cross-media project that draws the viewer into the world of single fathers with a migration background

photography

Krosi

Krosi

Customs and culture mixed in Rotterdam life

photography

48 Hours in Tokyo

48 Hours in Tokyo

The derivative of a Tokyo-submerged photographer

photography