Thameur Mejri is a Tunisian artist whose paintings deal with brutality, bestiality, war, bigotry, intolerance and communication breakdown.
Born in 1982 in Tunis, Thameur Mejri trained as a painter at the Institute of Fine Arts in Tunis.
Mejri has exhibited internally with selected solo and group shows including: ''What is a box'', Elmarsa Gallery, Tunis/Dubaï (2019); Before You Split the Ground, Jack Bell Gallery, London (2017); Effervescence, Institute of Islamic Cultures, Paris (2016). Mejri also participated in 1-54 New York with Gallery 1957 in 2019 and has participated at a number of other art fairs including 1-54 London, Art Paris Art Fair, Art Dubai and Abu Dhabi Art.
His works are part of several private and public collections including Barjeel Art Foundation, Sharjah, Dalloul Art Foundation and Sindika Dokolo Collection, Luanda.
Mejri currently teaches at the Institute of Fine Arts in Tunis, while completing a PhD in Sciences and Technology of Arts. He lives and works in Nabeul, Tunisia.