Bio of the artist
Halim KARABIBENE (Bizerte, 1962).
Between 1982 and 1993, Halim Karabibene studied at the School of Architecture of Paris, in La Villette and attended the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris.
Karabibene’s works beautifully illustrate the alarming dream approach of reaching another dimension through the framework of aesthetics in the artwork. art, which is constantly changing, stimulates our unconscious, through lyric. Halim Karabibene lives and works in Tunis. He has participated in numerous exhibitions in Tunisia and abroad. He has also made several short films and has won several awards such as the Faucon d’Or of the International Film Festival in Kelibia, Tunisia (1995) and the Trophée d’Or of the 12th Festival of Visual Art in Mahres, Tunisia. Meanwhile, he won a scholarship from the French Foreign Ministry in 1999 and returned to France where he spends time as a resident in the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris. In addition, he has won twice a grant from the Tunisian Ministry of Culture, in addition to the Tunisian Ministry of Culture’s national award for creation in 2000, and the Tunisian Ministry of the Environment’s Prize in 2004.