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Amar Ben Belgacem (June 18, 1979-) is a French Tunisian painter.

Born from Tunisian parents, Amar Ben Belgacem grew up until 5 in France. In 1984, his parents decided to enroll with his twin brother in Tunisia. Until 19 years old, he lived in a villa which he qualifies "artistic" because it contains an exotic garden, many paintings, collection of objects, arts books, etc...

Represented in public and private collections around twenty countries and self-taught painter, Amar Ben Belgacem traverses the world to reveal his works to people.

On August 2 2006, he was made officer of the culture Tunisian merit by the minister of culture and patrimony.

He is member of the International association of plastic arts, the European association for plastic arts, the international academy of Lutèce, the union of Tunisian plastic artists, and the association of the plastic artists of Hammamet.

Journey

2008:

International exhibition (Artists from 72 countries) Valetta, Malta. Personal exhibition at the D Gallery of Turin, Italy Realization of a Mural for the Urban Art Museum in Turin : via Nicola Fabrizi 30, Italy. Personal exhibition in Lyon, France Festival of platic arts of Mahares, Tunisia. Exhibition in Nagoya, Japan.

2007:

Personal exhibition at the Medina gallery, Tunis. Trophy of Convergences Club, Lyon. France.

2006:

Personal exhibition at the Sofitel Hotel, Toulouse, France Personal exhibition at the Unesco Palace, Paris. Personal exhibition at the Embassy of Tunisia, Washington DC, USA. [1] Personal exhibition at the Yahia Gallery, Tunis. The 2nd August awarded Officier of Cultural Merit Order in Tunisia by Monsieur Mohamed Aziz Ben Achour, Minister of Culture and Protection of Cultural Heritage. Exhibition in Seto, Japan. Personal exhibition in Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo, Japan.

2005:

Personal exhibition at the L’ARTicle Galerie of Paris. Personnal exhibition at the French cultural center in Sana’a, Republic of Yemen.

2004:

Gift of paintings to the public library of Hammamet. Exhibition at the Arabe world institut in Paris in connection with Week of Events Devoted to Tunisia.

2003:

Personal exhibition at the A Part Gallery of Paris. Personal exhibition at the ANDALUCIA Gallery of Rades in Tunisia.

2002:

Amar included in "Who's Who in International Art for 2002", together with a reproduction of one of his works. Personal exhibition at the A Part Gallery of Paris. Personal exhibition in Grenoble, France.

2001:

Series of post cards published for «WHO'S WHO ART».

2000:

Gift of paintings to the French media center "Les Mureaux".

1999:

Bronze medal from ELITE. Exhibition at the Unesco, Beirut, Lebanon.

1998:

Exhibition at the Palazzo Parisio, Naxxar, Malta. Exhibition at the gallery in Nid d'Aigle, Belgium. Recognition from the National Federation of French Culture for a contribution to the advancement of art. Inclusion of the work «Nature Déchaînée» in a book on the history of painting in the 20th century, written by Jean Manneret. One page dedicated to the artist in the Golden Book of the 30 Years of AIL published by Grassin. Exhibition at the Concours AMINA, Tunis. Personal exhibition at the Ulysse Gallery, El Menzah, Tunis. Annual Exposition of the Union of Tunisian Plasticians. Gallery of Fine Arts at AIL, Paris. Bronze medal with distinction at the 29th International Fair of AIL. Exhibition at Castello Caldora, Vasto, Italy. Exhibition for the Foreign Press Association in London. Exhibition at the gallery ASAC. Special prize for an artist under 25 years of age and a bronze medal from AIL. Gift of medals to the museum of the Legion of Honor in Paris.

1997:

Gift of one painting to the City of Hammamet and two others to the Tunisian Association of Youth Hostels, in celebration of the national day of culture. Joint exhibition at the international cultural center of Hammamet. Group exhibition at the national gallery «ALYSSA», center for plastic arts, le Bardo, Tunisia. Gallery of Fine Arts, International Academy of Lutèce (AIL), Paris. Individual exhibition at the public library of Hammamet. Life member of AIL, Paris. Personal exhibition at the cultural center of the City of Tunis. Exhibition at Tunisia House, Paris. Sixth salon of young plasticians, Yahia Gallery, Tunis. Personal exhibition at the A Part Gallery of Paris, under the patronage of the French minister of cooperation. Personal exhibition at the Tunisian Cultural Center of Paris under the patronage of the Consulate General of Tunisia. Personal exhibition at Blois, France. Exhibition at the World Bank, Washington, D.C., USA. Biennale Exposition of Malta, prize for special distinction. Honorable mention at the 28th International Fair of AIL. Honorable mention at the Festival of Plastic Arts at Sebikha, Tunisie. Exhibition at the museum at Sidi Bou Said. Personal exhibition at the cultural center Yahia Ibn Omar in Sousse, Tunisia. Exhibition at the French National Assembly, Paris. Group exhibition at the Venus hotel in Hammamet, sponsored by AAPHLA.

1996:

Several exhibitions in tourist centers of Hammamet, including the following hotels: EL FEL, PARADISE GARDEN, ALBATROS, MANAR, KACEM, ZENINTH. Gift of two paintings to the international cultural center in Hammament. Personal exhibition at the cultural center of Nabeul, Tunisia. Exhibition at the French National Assembly, presided by Monsieur Philippe Seguin, president of the French National Assembly. Joint exhibition for the winter festival at the «Art Présent» Gallery, Paris.

1995:

Personal exhibition at the youth center of Hammamet.

1994:

Founding member of the newspaper «EL AKLAM», supervisor of cultural services.

...1993:

Personal exhibition at the studio, Hammamet.

References

  1. ^ Washington Report on Middle East Affairs By Michael Keating, june 2006 you can see the article in here http://www.amarart.com/images/press/WR_06_2006.jpg

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