Youssef Tabti

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Youssef Tabti (born 1968 in Paris) is a French concept artist with Algerian roots.

Biography[edit]

Youssef Tabti lives in Germany since 1994, having resided in several towns: Paris, Montpellier, Berlin, but always with Hamburg as his permanent place of residence. He studied art and art history in Paris and began with his first works in 1992, installations and photography.[1]

Exhibitions (selection)[edit]

  • 2011: Focus 11.Contemporary Art Africa, Basel. Switzerland. [1]
  • 2010: Manifesta 8 "Evento Paralelo", Murcia Spain[2]
  • 2010: Siemens Sanat.„Other Worlds“, Istanbul, 2010 European Capital of Culture. Turkey[3]
  • 2009: La Force de l’Art 02. Le Grand-Palais.Invitation from C.Tanc/F.Vincent, Paris, France
  • 2009: Literaturhaus Hamburg. “Edvards Tag”, Hamburg, Germany. [2]
  • 2008: Kunstverein Hamburg. "We call it Hamburg", Hamburg, Germany[4]
  • 2008: Deutsches Schauspiehaus Hamburg.Stage for the Oper "Polynymph", Hamburg, Germany
  • 2007: 10th. Internationale Istanbul Biennale.“Nightcomers“, Istanbul, Turkey

Awards, Artist-in-residence and Nominations[edit]

  • 2013 Stiftung Künstlerdorf Schöppingen, North Rhine-Westphalia. Germany [3]
  • 2012: Nominated for the Abraaj Capital Art Prize 2013
  • 2010: Altona Art Prize[5]
  • 2008 Künstlerhaus Lauenburg/Elbe, Lauenburg/Elbe, Schleswig-Holstein. Germany [4]
  • 2001 Les Verrières - Résidences-ateliers de Pont-Aven, France [5]
  • 1998/99 Les Verrières - Résidences-ateliers de Pont-Aven, France
  • 1995: Château de la Napoule. Napoule Art Foundation, France [6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Installationskünstler Youssef Tabti". die Tageszeitung. 15 November 2009. Retrieved 13 September 2012. 
  2. ^ "Las dificultades del árabe como lengua, base de trabajo para un proyecto artístico de Manifesta". La Verdad (Murcia). 29 October 2010. Retrieved 13 September 2012. 
  3. ^ "Artists from diverse worlds come together at Siemens Art Gallery". Today's Zaman. 23 October 2010. Retrieved 13 September 2012. 
  4. ^ "Interdisciplinary art festival". e-flux. 24 October 2008. Retrieved 13 September 2012. 
  5. ^ "altonale Kunstpreis 2010 geht an Youssef Tabti". Altona Info. 14 June 2010. Retrieved 13 September 2012. 

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