40" X 70"
Script of my painting: Halima, the heroine of this comic strip will make an extraordinary adventure through traditional Tunisian objects. Objectives: To discover the great cultural richness of Tunisia through the cultural and ethnic mixing of the peoples who have populated our country and who have come from all over the Mediterranean and elsewhere. The subject: The paintings represent traditional Tunisian objects and they are inspired by the comic book "Halima in the Wonderland" . I'm preparing a comic book 'Halima in Wonderland'. It is a fantastic journey of a little girl through Tunisian objects such as jewelry, doors and clothes. She is a painter, she invites you to plunge into her paintings inspired by her comic book 'Halima in Wonderland' which would be published in the new Tunisian magazine for children 'the door of the sea': 'Bab el bahr'. Her first source of inspiration was the folk tales that my grandmother had been telling me since my childhood. I used colors and themes that reflects all the richness of her heritage and the background of Tunisian cultural and intergenerational backgrounds rooted in me. By the way, I propose a series of paintings that I names 'Halima in wonderland ' in order to share my fantastic and magical universe paint.The choice of the title of the exibition :"Fantasmagoriesr ", in all my paintings there were a door called the door of sea it is the name of a monument in the center of the capital Tunisia. It was named after this gate, which is oriented towards the sea. This monument connects the old Arab city of Tunis and the part of the city built by the Europeans. So I chose this name for the exhibition to express the opening of Tunisia to the cultural riches of the civilizations of the Mediterranean and elsewhere.This project will also deal with the world's cultural riches by drawing on tales and folklore through comic strips and rubrics in order to make the recieverand public how watech my paintinigs accept cultural diversity and give him the feeling that he is a citizen of the world. My paintings deals with the Tunisian identity in its colors. This identity is a mixture of several Mediterranean and other cultures.
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