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Who is the next in line

100 cm x 80 cm
$1,910.00

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Medium: Oil, Acrylic, Spray paint, Charcoal, and Enamel on Canvas.

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Location: Berlin, Germany.

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Taher Jaoui

Tunisian born, Taher started his artistic journey as an artist during his days as an actor in Paris and Los Angeles / He originally began painting the walls of his home as a way to release his emotions before performances / After receiving positive feedback from visitors he decided to commit to painting full time / Since that turning point 8 years ago, his artworks have been exhibited across Europe, Japan, USA, Tunisia and Morocco / His technique is based on constructing the composition by layers / Taher’s artworks are strongly influenced by the Abstract Expressionism movement, as well as Berlin street art and African masks.

Exhibitions:

> Cutting Edge - Collage Group Exhibition Öffentlich · Gastgeber: Prophit Art Zine und Lula Valletta Von 17. März um 18:00 bis 19. März um 18:00 2017

> Enter Art Foundation . Vernissage . 50 + 44 Contemporary Artists Berlin, Germany. February 2017

> Group Collage exhibition, Sebatopol Center of Arts, California, USA. January 2017

> Solo exhibition, Musk & Amber Gallery, Tunis, Tunisia. September 2016

> Group Collage exhibition, Ludwig Gallery, Berlin, Germany. August 2016

> Group Collage exhibition, Dada 100 years after, Agora Gallery, Berlin, Germany. June 2016

> Affordable Art Fair Milan (paintings), Gaudi Gallery, Madrid, Spain. March 2016

> Group Collage exhibition, Gaya Gallery, Tunis, Tunisia. December 2015

> Solo Collage exhibition, Espace les insolites, Tanger, Morrocco. October 2015

> 30 days arround the world, Pop-up Art Gallery, Berlin, Germany, July 2015

> Collective Connective collage group exhibition. Kado Bar, Tokyo, Japan. April 2015

> Collective Connective collage group exhibition. Chef d'oeuvre Gallery, Osaka, Japan. May 2015

> Black. Ethnik Gallery, Berlin, Germany. 20 March > 29 March 2015

> Finders Keepers. Art Share LA, Los Angeles, USA, March 2015

> Simulacrum solo collage exhibition. Atelier MilanaSmokvine, Rijeka, Croatia, February 2015

> GlueHeads, Alternativ Gallery, Berlin, Germany, January 2015

> Mini-prints, Heiki Arndt DK Gallery, Berlin, Germany, November 2014 - March 2015