Nidhal Chamekh & Massinissa Selmani A Slice through the World: Contemporary Artists’ Drawings Exhibition Ends | 09.09.18 Modern Art Oxford | Oxford, U.K. The exhibition at Modern Art Oxford brings together a dynamic selection of recent works by 14 international artists who are committed to the materiality of paper and pencil, showcasing a remarkable attention to detail and […]
© Copyright 2017 Le Monde. Frédéric Bobin Pour la cinquième édition de la biennale, l’artiste Nidhal Chamekh a encagé la Porte de la mer pour dénoncer l’obsession sécuritaire dans les villes. De loin, l’arc de marbre et de granit semble gainé d’une membrane transparente, grisée, légère comme une mousseline. De près, la texture du voile se fait plus […]
Selma Feriani Gallery would like to congratulate both Nidhal Chamekh and Massinissa Selmani for their inclusion at the forthcoming Biennale d’architecture d’Orléans curated by Abdelkader Damani and Luca Galofaro. The Biennale d’Architecture d’Orléans, heir to the ArchiLab, is an intersecting vision from over forty contemporary architects working on building a shared world, a world of proximities. The […]
We are elated to announce our participation to 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair 2017 in London. We will be showing new works on paper by Tunisian artist Nidhal Chamekh.
We are elated to announce that two of our artists were added to major collections. The recent acquisitions are as follows: the artwork entitled Lunar I by Eva Nielsen from France was acquired by the Beaux-Arts de Paris thanks to the association of Les Amis des Beaux-Arts de Paris; Trois Poses de Fadhel Sassi by Tunisian artist Nidhal Chamekh was acquired […]
Selma Feriani Gallery is delighted to announce that Nidhal Chamekh will participate to the first edition of the Yinchuan Biennale in China. Titled For an Image, Faster Than Light the inaugural edition will witness more than 80 international artists representing all facets of the global spectrum and from all parts (east–west, north–south) working on contemporary […]
We are elated to announce that few of our artists were added to major collections. The recent acquisitions are as follows: the artwork entitled Array (2016. Mixed media on notebooks and perspex) by Lina Ben Rejeb from Tunisia was acquired by the Boghossian Foundation; Food for Thought All-Muallaqat 2 (2014. Eleven burnt pots installation) by Maha […]
© Copyright 2016 Nawaat. Adnen Jdey Montages de la mémoire Singulière, la démarche plastique de Nidhal Chamekh est de celles qui s’acheminent sans hésitation du symptôme à la figurabilité des rêves. Creuser ce sillon en maniant le trait de dessin comme une massue, fut l’enjeu de la série De quoi rêvent les martyrs ? réalisée en […]
© Copyright 2016 Happening. Clotilde Scordia Crowned with the prestige of having been chosen by Okwui Enwezor to participate in the 56th Venice Biennale, an edition charged with geopolitical discourse, Nidhal Chamekh is an artist that is embarking upon a career full of promise. At Selma Feriani gallery, Chamekh’s work is on display alongside Massinissa […]
Born in Dahmani, Tunisia, in 1985, Nidhal Chamekh studied fine arts in Tunis and Paris, where he now lives. Chamekh exhibits two works in All the World’s Futures, curated by Okwui Enwezor for the 56th Venice Biennale 2015
© Copyright 2015 Nafas. Emma Chubb Born in Dahmani, Tunisia, in 1985, Nidhal Chamekh studied fine arts in Tunis and Paris, where he now lives. Chamekh exhibits two works in All the World’s Futures, curated by Okwui Enwezor for the 56th Venice Biennale 2015: De quoi rêvent les martyrs? (What do martyrs dream about?) 2012, […]
Selma Feriani Gallery proudly presents new works on paper by Tunisian artist Nidhal Chamekh. Born in 1985 in Dahmani, he graduated at the School of Fine Arts in Tunis and in Paris. He currently lives and works in both cities and his most recent and still on-going projects are being shown at the Arsenale Corderie […]
In his series of 12 ink and graphite on paper drawings, Tunisian artist Nidhal Chamekh presents us with a gruesome assemblage of anatomy drawings and deadly weapons.
© Copyright The Financial Times Limited 2015. Jackie Wullschlager Hundreds of knives studded into the ground to resemble spiky flowers; a four-metre wall of battered suitcases; a grainy video of a man choking; the words “Death Love Hate” revolving on a circular neon: these are the first works you see inside Okwui Enwezor’s exhibitions at […]
© Copyright 2015 The Economist This year’s Venice Biennale will be even more surprising than usual, thanks to its Nigerian-born curator OKWUI ENWEZOR, the artistic director of the 2015 Venice Biennale, which opens next month, speaks the slippery, abstract language so common to high-flying contemporary-art curators. An exhibition, he declares, is “a project that will […]
© Copyright 2015 IMA Nidhal Chamekh Né le 29/12/1985 à Dahmani (Tunisie) Vit et travaille entre Paris et Tunis Artiste plasticien 14.04.2015, 18h : A quelques semaines de la 56ème Biennale Internationale d’art contemporain de Venise et du salon d’art contemporain africain 1:54 à New York –manifestations auxquelles il participera–, Nidhal Chamekh, artiste plasticien et […]
Venice, Italy Biennale Dates | 09.05 to 22.11.2015 Curated by Okwui Enwezor Selma Feriani Gallery would like to congratulate both Elena Damiani and Nidhal Chamekh for their inclusion at the forthcoming 56th Venice Biennale. The 56th International Art Exhibition will form a unitary itinerary that starts at the Central Pavilion (Giardini) and continues at the […]
Un sourire timide, contrastant avec le regard vif et acéré du grand observateur qu’il est. Lui c’est Nidhal Chamekh, un artiste plasticien, né en 1985, qui vit et travaille entre Paris et Tunis.
Il archive, décortique, dissèque à la manière de dessins scientifiques l’histoire contemporaine et des bouts de réalité.
Nidhal Chemekh’s visual art has often been described as unsettling. His artistic exploration unfolds around complex and fragmented shapes whose meaning is often blurred, almost absent. His designs evolve in accidents, without a predetermined logic that binds one form to another.
Il s’appelle Nidhal Chamekh et c’est un jeune peintre tunisien de 25 ans. Installé en France, depuis deux ans, pour des études doctorales, voilà qu’il commence, déjà, à s’imposer dans la ville des lumières, Paris.