Initially, his drawings and sketches never exceeded the A4 format of his notebook, but the pandemic was the trigger. It was then that he felt the need to move on to larger formats. His first solo exhibition in 2021, "El bhim et ses cinquante nuances polychromes", reflected the malaise and moods of Tunisians after the revolution. His second exhibition, 'Farchi', is a solitary journey, a deep sleep that isolates and separates us from the real world. His works cradle us, hypnotising us and touching the depths of our being.
Whatever the space around us, or the mattress we're on, it's an epic that transcends this reality, a journey we take alone, into the depths of the subconscious.
His painting follows no ideology, no criteria of any movement or fashion of the moment. He has his own style, intriguing and unexpected. With an original, rich and vibrant palette, he succeeds in taking us into his world and taking us on a journey. His works are full of meaning, and their stories leave no one indifferent.
This new exhibition, 'Farchi', will be an escape, just as anyone can find a refuge in their bed, and escape the real world by oscillating between sleep, dreams and chimeras.