Patricia K. Triki, born in Paris in 1964, lives and works in Tunis. She studied at the Faculté de Médicine de Tunis and later at the École de la Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture in Paris.
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2010 | Tunis (Tn) | 3 works + 6 dialogues – Gallery El Marsa
2009 | Algiers (DZA) | Reflections of Africa – Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Algeria (MAMA)
2008 | Boulogne-Billancourt (Fr) | Women of Image, Private Space – Espace Landowski
2008 | La Marsa (Tn) | Manel wù Saoussen ( Installation and Choreography) – El Abdellia Palace
2005 | Bamako (Ml) | Another World – 6th African meeting of Photography
2001 | Tunis (Tn) | Vortex 1 – Charles de Gaulles Gallery
1996 | Tunis (Tn) | Current Against Currents (Photographic Installation)- Arabesk Gallery
Since 1993 | Regular exhibitions -mainly photographic installations- in France, Italy and other North African countries
Worked as an illustrator, a graphic artist and a stylist
Studied at Tunis medical School and later at L’école de la Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture in Paris
1964 | Born in Paris
Patricia K. Triki and Azza Ouertani build an installation based on a collection of forgotten objects from the streets of various parts of Tunis, among them a luminous sign indicating the words “Welcome to Paradise”. Curator is Astrid Hesse.