About Tunisian Collaborative Painting

Tunisian Collaborative Painting adheres to the following rules:

* The participation of at least three artists with a maximum of seven.
* There is no preconceived subject.
* One artist starts the painting.
* Anyone can paint at any time and anyone can paint over anyone else’s work;
* One of the artists is appointed arbiter to settle any disputes;
* If an artist thinks the painting is finished he raises his hand and the arbiter takes a vote; only a majority of the artists can declare a painting finished.
* A painting can take a maximum of three hours.
* The painting is created in silence.

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About the History of Tunisian Collaborative Painting

Tunisian artist Hechmi Ghachem created Tunisian Collaborative Painting in 1988 during the rule of President Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali. Ghachem set out to reclaim freedom of expression for Tunisian artists through collaborative paintings.


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