Faiza Maghni

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Self-taught painter from Oran, Faiza Maghni lives and works in Paris for ten years. Faiza attempts to translate through his portraits the beauty and complexity of women in his paintings symbolized the richness of costume and expression enigmatic look.
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  • Husain was noticed for the first time in 1947 when he won an award at the annual exhibition of the Bombay Art Society. Subsequently he was invited by Souza to join the Progressive Artist's Group. A great deal of experimentation in the early years led to some remarkable works Re Between The Spider And The Lamp, Zameen and Man. By 1955 he was one of the leading artists in India and had been awarded the Padma Shri. He was a special invitee along with Pablo Picasso at the Sao Paulo Biennial in 1971. Along with several solo exhibitions he had major retrospectives in Mumbai in 1969, in Calcutta in 1973 and in Delhi in 1978. He has participated in many international shows which include Contemporary Indian Art, Royal Academy of Arts, London 1982; Six Indian Painters, Tate Gallery, London 1985; Modem Indian Painting, Hirschhom Museum, Washington 1986 and Contemporary Indian Art, Grey Art Gallery, New York 1986.
  • Faiza Maghni

    1. 1. Self-taught painter from Oran, Faiza Maghni lives and works in Paris for ten years. The painting has long been a desire more or less unconscious and totally obscured that has become natural in the future. Fascinated by Persian miniatures, Arabic calligraphy, but also by tribal art and contemporary painting, she is inspired in his work and creates his own universe. Faiza attempts to translate through his portraits the beauty and complexity of women in his paintings symbolized the richness of costume and expression enigmatic look. His approach in the abstract expression joins the world of his portraits.
    2. 2. Sound: Souad Massi. Ya Kalbi Enrico Macias - J'ai Quitte Mon Pays Text and pictures: Internet Arangement: Sanda Foi oreanuş www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda
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