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Alamut, fortress of the Assassins in Iran

For more than 150 years, from the 11th to the 13th century, a politico-religious group settled in the north of Iran, in a network of impregnable fortresses, fought against the foreign hold of the Turks established throughout the region. Called Assassins, Ismailis, Nizarites, heretics or hashishins, these dissidents of Shi’ism managed, despite their small numbers, …


Hassan Hajjaj, the master of Moroccan Pop Art

The omnipresence of flashy colours, kitsch prints and cans lined up in Hassan Hajjaj’s photos earned him the following nickname of « the master of Moroccan pop art ». Settled in London since the seventies, the artist is influenced both by his North African heritage and the underground culture of the English capital. His artistic universe builds …