1975 (age 43–44)
Princess Kiki Bokassa (born 1975, Paris, France) is an autodidact conceptual artist, who works in the expressionist, figurative art genre. She has paintings in private collections in the Persian Gulf and USA. She was brought up in Lebanon and has exhibited widely in Beirut and overseas.
In April 2009, Bokassa created an immersive art event in Beirut entitled ‘72 hrs’, in which she painted for 72 hours continuously as a peaceful form of expression in self-imposed incarceration. The work took place in a giant canvas cube at Laboratoire d'Art. The event came to the attention of more than 30 international media outlets and was reported in at least 74 countries.
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- "Dieci", a new exhibition by Kiki Bokassa in Beirut, iloubnan.info, May 16, 2011. Retrieved 2012-02-06.
- Bokassa's Mural signing ceremony, Executive Company Bulletin, November 18, 2008.
- Mosley, Matthew (25 April 2009). "Living under public scrutiny with life emulating art". Daily Star. Retrieved 7 February 2012.