Texts by Nja MAHDAOUI

‘Letters and Calligraphy’ Lecture in Tokyo in 1996

‘The concept of transformation of the pictorial space’ Lecture in Tunis in 1988 and Tokyo 1995

- ‘The esthetical gestural in the contemporary calligraphy art – Physical dynamic & free visual concepts’


Texts about Nja MAHDAOUI

‘A choreographer of letters’ by Rose Issa, curator, producer, publisher and writer specialized in visual arts and film from the Arab world and Iran

Prof. Charbel Dagher, Academic and art critic of contemporary Arab and Islamic art

‘The Emancipation of the Pen-stroke, an aesthetics of deconstruction’  by Rachida Triki, Tunisian Professor of Philosophy of Art and Aesthetics, art critic and curator

Michel Tapié de Céleyran, French theoretician and art critic

Nja Mahdaoui, strokes of liberation’  by René Habermacher, Swiss photographer

‘The cathartic letter’ by Prof. Abdelwahab Bouhdiba, sociologist and director of the Tunisian Academy of Sciences, Letters and Arts ‘Beit al Hikma’

‘Nja Mahdaoui in Oratory Paradise’, by Talal Moualla, artist and researcher in Arab Aesthetics

– Dr Afif el Bahnassi, Arab and Islamic Art historian, expert specialist and searcher

Ezzedine Madani, Tunisian playwright and novelist

Nizar Kabbani, Syrian poet

Salah Stétié, Lebanese poet and novelist

Abdellatif Laâbi, Moroccan poet and writer

Jamel Eddine Bencheikh, French and Algerian poet and writer

Michel Butor, French writer

Rodrigo de Zayas, spanish musicologue and writer

Koishi Sato, Japanese painter

Edouard J. Maunick, Mauritian poet

Ali Louati, writer, poet and contemporary Arab art critic

– Dr Wolfgang Becke, director of the Ludwig Museum, Aachen, Germany

– Pr Haïm Zafrani, French and Moroccan writer, historian and specialist of the sephardic culture