Michèle Cohen Hadria interviewe trois artistes tunisiennes; Nicène Kossentini, Mouna Karray et Moufida Fedhila.Chaque interview parle du travail, depuis la révolution en la Tunisie, de chacune de ces artistes et présente une discussion dans un contexte politique de la Tunisie contemporaine.
Michèle Cohen Hadria interviews Nicène Kossentini, Mouna Karray and Moufida Fedhila three women artists living and working in Tunisia today. The interviews discuss the work of these artists since the revolution and feature a discussion of artistic creation against the political backdrop of contemporary Tunisia. The interviews featured are accompanied by photographs of the artists' works.
Born in Tunisia in 1950, Michèle Cohen Hadria is independent art critic, living in Paris. She studied art, in Roma (Italia), then experimental film, at Paris Sorbonne. She contributed to various catalogues for artists and to various art journal in France and abroad such as: ArtPress, Jeune Cinéma(Paris), n.paradoxa, Third Text (London) Tema Celeste (Milano/ Italie) ETC, Ciel Variable (Montréal/Canada) Camera Austria (Graz/ Austria). She dedicated herself to examine Arab world works' artists since 1998 and she organized together with the scholar Nicole Brenez a series of screenings around New Arab experimental films at La cinémathèque Française, Paris, (2003). Now she has dedicated herself to postcolonial issues in general and as well postcolonial gender studies in particular.