Aïcha d’Iskatafen

Morocco - 1982

Aïcha d’Iskatafen

Morocco - 1982

18 x 13 cm framed
76 x 55 cm signed numbered framed
30 x 24 cm signed framed
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Large format: limited edition signed by Titouan Lamazou and numbered from 1 à 111, with embossed press. Large unframed formats will be delivered rolled up in a tube.

Medium format:  unlimited edition, signed by Titouan Lamazou, with embossed press.

Small format: unlimited edition, printed signature

Prints: very high-definition digital art prints with lasting pigment inks on 240-gram certified Fine Art paper.

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History

Aïcha d’Iskatafen - Morocco

“Aïcha from Iskatafen: a slip of a woman carved out from brown wood. A determined face, black slits for eyes. Wrinkles, already, add their tattoos to those of her choice. A thin nose, its bridge slightly hooked. A proudly arched nape. Square hands. A small taut body ever on the move. Always well dressed and made up, she’s attractive. She laughs and speaks loudly, her voice is rusty. She doesn’t miss a single souk. It’s said that she’s an orphan.” Extract from Onze lunes au Maroc, text by Karin Huet. Éditions Gallimard 2012

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