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Course director Samira Al-Turki said the choice of the State of Palestine as the “guest of honour” was symbolic of support and honour, noting that a distinguished pavilion had been awarded to showcase the works. of Palestinian artists and celebrate the delegation coming from the Palestinian territories.

The new session runs until May 30 under the slogan “Art is a path” and includes the exhibition of hundreds of works of art such as paintings, sculptures and others from Tunisia and the foreign.

Al-Asaad Saeed, Chief of Staff to the Minister of Cultural Affairs, felt that the current edition of Carthage Contemporary Art Days is a return to life and art after its invisibility due to the Corona pandemic, stressing that this event sheds light on a territory which characterizes Tunisia by the richness of the Tunisian experience and its specificity in the field of plastic arts.

He praised the international participation and its role in promoting the exchange of distinguished artistic experiences as well as introducing the Tunisian experience in the field of plastic arts, noting that the ministry supports such artistic events through its belief in the value of the messages it conveys. .

The course program includes seminars and dialogues dealing with “the notion of individuality in contemporary art” and “copyright”. An exhibition will also be held at the Maison des Arts du Belvédère, including paintings of the symbols of the School of Tunis, which will be displayed for the first time.

The “Superior School of Fine Arts of Tunis” has been chosen to be the center of dialogue and discussion sessions which will begin tomorrow, Saturday, with the participation of critics and distinguished painters, such as Habib Beida, Hussein Al- Talili and Samir Triki.

This course honors the name of the late Tunisian fashion designer Azzedine Alaïa (1935-2017), who featured many celebrities in clothes he designed, such as Michelle Obama and Janet Jackson.

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