Zineb Sedira

 
Born 1963 in Paris, Zineb Sedira lives in London and works between Algiers, Paris and London. Her work focuses on social and political evolutions in modern societies and issues of displacement and memory in contemporary history. Highlighting her specific interest in archives and in the collecting, recording and transmission of histories, her work has frequently been identified with post-colonial issues and in particular with her family history.

(external link : www.zinebsedira.com)
 
Zineb Sedira - Les rêves n\'ont pas de titres
2022
French edition
Nero
The three issues of the periodical charting the artistic journey of Zineb Sedira in the run up to her presentation for the French Pavilion at the 59th Venice Biennale (2022), gathered in a box set.
Zineb Sedira - Dreams have no titles
2022
English edition
Nero
The three issues of the periodical charting the artistic journey of Zineb Sedira in the run up to her presentation for the French Pavilion at the 59th Venice Biennale (2022), gathered in a box set.
Zineb Sedira - Forms of Desire - Algiers
2021
English edition
Nero
The first of three issues of a periodical charting the artistic journey of Zineb Sedira in the run up to her presentation for the French Pavilion at the 59th Venice Biennale (2022).
Zineb Sedira - Les formes du désir - Alger
2021
French edition
Nero
The first of three issues of a periodical charting the artistic journey of Zineb Sedira in the run up to her presentation for the French Pavilion at the 59th Venice Biennale (2022).
Zineb Sedira - A Brief Moment
2019
bilingual edition (English / French)
Jeu de Paume - Monographs
This catalog accompanies Zineb Sedira's exhibition at the Jeu de Paume, covering a period from 1998 to the present, and mediums as diverse as video, film, installation and photography.
Zineb Sedira - Beneath the Surface
2012
bilingual edition (English / French)
Kamel Mennour
New monograph based on a recent series of videos and photographs taken in Algeria, through which Zineb Sedira continues to explore issues of cultural identity, displacement and memory (with a retrospective of her work since 1995, three essays, and an interview with H. U. Obrist).


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