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 […]
Posts Tagged "Nicene Kossentini"
© Copyright 2016 anotherafrica. Clelia Coussonnet What is left when our landmarks and our memories disappear? Moreover, in an ever-changing world, whose metamorphic pace is verging towards the frenetic, how is our ability to think and dream being influenced? Reflecting on our identity, and asking Who am I? escapes none of us. It means being […]
© Copyright 2015 One. Cathleen McGovern Nicene Kossentini – Tunisia Now living and working in Tunis, Kossentini was born in Sfax, Tunisia in 1976. Although she studied in France, she returned to Tunis as the Assistant Professor of Experimental Cinema at the University of Tunis, a position she still holds. A photographer and […]
© Copyright 2015 artctualite. Polly Brock Tunisian artist Nicѐne Kossentini’s work centres on her interest in memory and personal and collective histories. Primarily working with photography and video, the artist examines her origins through the lens of her culture and using images of women from her family. Kossentini creates a collective narrative of female identity […]
April 16 2015 at 6:30 pm Maison de l’Image I Tunis, Tunisia The Flight of the Butterfly or the Myth of Icarus Revisited (2014) Published by Selma Feriani Gallery / Text by Christine Buci-Glucksmann Selma Feriani Gallery – in partnership with Maison de l’Image – invites you to the launch of Nicene Kossentini’s The flight of […]
Inaugurée le 26 septembre dernier à la Galerie Selma Feriani de Sidi Bou Saïd, « L’envol du papillon ou le mythe d’Icare revisité », l’œuvre multimédia de Nicène Kossentini nous convie à une véritable esthétique de l’éphémère. Un parcours de regards et de mythes.
ContemporaryAnd interviews Tunisian artist Nicène Kossentini, whose art is featured in the exhibition “The Divine Comedy: Heaven, Hell, Purgatory revisited by Contemporary African Artists” at the MMK (Museum of Moderne Kunst)
Nicene Kossentini | Pascal Hachem | Ziad Antar: Songs of Loss and Songs of Love, Gwangju Museum of Art, South Korea
The Gwangju Museum of Art was established in 1992 and has been under the management of the Gwangju Biennale Committee ever since the opening of the Biennale Hall in 1995. Songs of Loss and Songs of Love will provide a unique and deep survey of Arab Contemporary art by carefully selecting meaningful artwork by leading […]
Nicéne Kossentini participates in the group show Recreational Purpose, a group photography exhibition commissioned by Bahrain National Museum on the occasion of Manama’s Capital of Arab Tourism 2013. Six photographers from across the Arab World were invited to Bahrain for a short-term residency to work. The exhibition offers eleven personal and subjective readings of the […]