Aymen Mbarki

Born in 1983 in Tunis, Lives and works in Tunis
Aymen Mbarki is a self-taught visual artist.
As a child, drew regularly. At the age of 5 he came across small posters a printed copy of "Saturn devouring one of his sons" work of the Spanish painter and engraver Goya, it was the click: this meeting strongly and radically marked him and influenced his vision of the world. .
At 15 he was haunted by the idea of ​​continuing his journey by himself by feeding his curiosity and adopting a personal approach to self-learning.
At the time, he passed most of his time in the library and in the museum of Bardo and Carthage. His first exhibition took place in 2019 at the National Library of Tunis, since then he has taken part in several group exhibitions.

Bachir Tayachi

Born in 1996 in Tunis, works and lives in Tunis. He started drawing and painting with his mother and kept the habit of capturing the moment. He got his first award (a canon 1200D camera) in a painting competition when he was a student in Lycée Pilot des Arts with a theater speciality. During one year he studied at The School of Fine Arts of Tunis, when he decided to learn architecture at the National school of Architecture in Tunis.

«The image is for me a way to express myself and Instagram opened me up to a platform where to share my ideas. I found myself connected to multiple individuals until it grew up to a community of creativity. My collaboration with other artists helped me to reach my identity which keeps developing.» 

In 2021, Bachir showed his work in a gallery for the first time, during the collective show #Unconditional  at AGorgi gallery and collaborated with Vogue Man, for a cover and several pictures of the magazine.

Najah Zarbout

Najah Zarbout is originally from Kerkennah (Tunisia). After studying at the Institut Supérieur des Arts et Métiers in Sfax, she was accepted at the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne where she obtained a doctorate in Arts and Sciences of Art. 

She currently holds a position as a lecturer at the Institut Supérieur des Beaux-Arts in Sousse. Zarbout is interested in subjects related to current affairs as well as the contemporary individual and society. Her achievements in plastic arts deal with the relationship to the other in its various aspects. She thus proposes a metaphor of the human being in his submission or his disobedience and invites the spectator to an imaginary journey through the medium of paper. Behind her works, which seem to be playful, are hidden deep and daring themes.