Selma Feriani

  • GALLERY FOCUS: Selma Feriani




  • Several questions for Selma Feriani


    What is the most challenging part of running a gallery?
    Being able to define your program and work within it.

    How would you describe the relationship between your gallery and the artists you represent?
    The relationship between the gallery and our artists is based on continuous communication to develop projects on time and give them all the conditions to mature. It’s also based on trust and working together towards the same goal.

    What was your first FIAC like?
    For our first presentation we put together a solo booth for Saudi artist Maha Malluh. It was a great success for us, and we were able to place one of her works in Centre Pompidou collection.

    Can you recommend cool hidden places in Tunis? In London?
    Tunis: I love walking through a hidden path from my gallery space to Sidi Bou Said harbour and enjoying the most amazing sea view. My other regular visit is to the Medina of Tunis and a drink on the rooftop of the newly opened hotel Dar El Jeld.
    London: love the tea time at the Arts Club in Mayfair / I’m regular visitor to the Tate modern. I love the architecture, the vibe and the program at Tate Modern.

    What is your favorite place for lunch near your gallery?
    Tunis: Le Golf in La Marsa by the sea for fresh fish.
    London: lunch at Cecconi's Mayfair for a delicious truffle pasta.

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