Artists: Dalila Dalléas

Posted on January 30, 2011

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Les femmes d'Alger © Dalila Dalléas

Les femmes d'Alger © Dalila Dalléas

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Born 1974 in Oran, Algeria

Algerian and French nationality

EDUCATION

2003

DNSAP, degree of National high art school, Paris.

1997

Biology degree, Pierre et Marie curie University, Paris.

DISTINCTION

– Marcel Bleustein-Blanchet Vocation Foundation winner.

– Paris town council Adventure Grant. For the project: Go in search Penguins- trek in Falkland Islands.

– Youth Challenge Grant of Youth and sport Minister. For the project: Women painting workshop Creation, Algeria.

SOLO EXHIBITION

2011 – French Cultural Center of Algier, Algeria.

2009 – Chocolate Sunday, Exhibition in Apartment, Bordeaux.

2008 – Peter Herrmann Gallery, Berlin.

– Zigloo, Paris.

2007 – Short-lived installation, Tate Modern, London.

– Soléman Gallery, Bordeaux.

2006 – Inflammable Gallery, Bordeaux.

2005 – Peter Herrmann Gallery, Berlin.

2004 – Château de la Forêt, Livry-Gargan.

2003 – Le Sofa, Paris.

2001 – Nous n’irons pas à Avignon Festival, Paris.

GROUP EXHIBITION

2012 – Algeria Year 0, Algeria.

2011 – Kunstraum Bethanien, Curated by Bonaventure S. B. Ndikung, Simone Kraft and Pauline Doutreluingne.

– Savvy contemporary, Berlin.

2010 – FOCUS 10, Off Art Basel

– Dakar Biennial

– G11 gallery, Berlin

– Freies Museum, Berlin

– Ledouze gallery, Nantes

– Peter Herrmann Gallery, Berlin

– Phantom Schaltung, curated group show, Berlin

2009 – Joburg Art Fair, South Africa

– Art Karlsruhe Fair, Germany

– Peter Herrmann Gallery, Berlin

– Sculptures in town, Bordeaux

2008 – Moba Gallery, Brussels

– Review-Preview, Peter Herrmann Gallery, Berlin

– Joburg Art Fair, South Africa

– Municipal Gallery, Vitry-sur-Seine

2007 – Alios sculpture Festival, La teste du Buch

– Balance, heiligendamm, Germany

2006 – Neue Galerie, Landshut, Germany

– International Contis movie Festival, Contis

– No name fever, Museum of world culture, Goteborg, Sweden

2005 – No name fever, Museum of world culture, Goteborg, Sweden

– Workshop 21 Gallery, Paris

– L’Alimentation Générale, Paris

2004 – Waschlaus Gallery, Postdam, Germany

– Peter Herrmann Gallery, Berlin

2003 – November 21 Gallery, Montreuil, France

– Frissiras Museum, Athens

2002 – Municipal Gallery, Vitry-sur-Seine, France

2001 – Dancing tee Night, Montreuil, France

2000 – Youth-Paris Kiosque, Paris

RESIDENCE

– Staro Selo, artistic residence, Serbia.

– Oran, Algeria, sponsored by Algier French Cultural Center.

TEXT/INTERVIEW

– Memory published in Savvy Contemporary Journal by Dalila Dalléas.

– The last interview of Louzla Darabi. By Clésarid Fédéral.

– Sentinel. Poem of Nicolas Braguier.

– Presence. Poem of Nicolas Braguier.

– “What are we going to do with African Art”, Moba Gallery, Brussels.

– Louzla Darabi, warrior painter. By Thibault Franc.

– Kulturpolitik in Multikulti-europa! By Nasrin Amirsedghi

– Empowerment and anger: learning how to share ownership of the Museum, By Cajsa Lagerkvist.

– “Algier women from Delacroix” by Clésarid Fédéral and Dalila Bouzar

PRESS

In Germany:

– Die tagestzeitung: by marlene Giese.

– Die Welt:

By Ulrich Von Döltzschen

By Simone Guski.

– Mercedes magazine: by Robert Zsolnay.

– DU magazine: by Walter Keller.

– Berlin Cultural center magazine.

– Pool Magazine: by Helmut Wolf:

– Postdamer: by Frank Jast.

In Sueden:

-GT expressen: Bouts de barbarie by Dalila Dalleas.

-Many articles about censorship of the painting Scène d’Amour.

In Algeria:

– Le Matin: by Mokhtar El Hadi and by Fatima Guermat.

– Le Quotidien d’Oran: “Un atelier pas comme les autres” by H.I.M.

In France :

– Respect Magazine: “Louzla Darabi, mutine et inspirée”, by Boct.

– Le Figaro: Portrait by Isabelle Nataf.

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