Kenza Jemmali is an architecture student and curator in training. She is strongly interested in a transdisciplinary approach that tackles art and architecture together. She is always questioning the space surrounding us and its relation to the art produced.
Questioning and understanding different art practices is what drives her. She is starting to get into the art scene with this approach of seeing art from and with a different perspective. Taking into consideration art in context and how much of an impact it could have, she is working with TASAWAR curatorial collective on different exhibition projects reaching internationally.

“Art is in constant dialogue with the world, and by researching and reflecting we share a little of it to everyone and understand more of what there is to be said.”

2016 – present | | ENAU | Architecture and Urban Design

Lives in Sidi Bou
1998 | Born in


Omayma Laabidi