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48 hours in Tokyo




10x 40x60 cm

Printed on Hahnemühle Fine Art Pearl paper + 1 cm white border

Delivered with a numbered and digitally signed certificate of authenticity


Photographer Marwan Magroun immersed himself in Tokyo for 48 hours in the spring of 2018 to experience and experience the dynamics of the metropolis up close. Nothing was staged during photography, so the unpolished images radiate authenticity. Through balanced compositions, balanced light, enchanting colors and careful cuts, images have been created that reflect Marwan's vision of the city.


Marwan Magroun is a Dutch-Tunisian portrait and documentary photographer and director. Also the current Official Photographer of The Netherlands. His work focuses on redefining contemporary visual culture. Magroun aims to make it more accessible and inclusive through storytelling. He sees this as a necessary addition to our collective memory in which strengthening people is an important result. His bicultural background offers him diverse perspectives on social topics such as identity development and representation. The metropolitan context is his playground with interests immersed in street culture, music, fashion, design and urban architecture.


Magroun has built up a respectful name in Dutch photography in a short time. His transmedia project The Life of Fathers won several awards, including the Silver Camera 2020, Paul Peters photo prize and the SO Awards 2021. The film documentary of the same name was selected for the International Film Festival in Rotterdam and shown on 2DOC by BNNVARA.




Marwan Magroun – 48 hours in Tokyo

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