Born in Tunisia in 1965, Feryel Lakhdar studied at École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture and at École des Beaux-arts in Paris. She took part in the production of film set design when she moved to France to study urban and furniture design. She took part in the restoration of public spaces such as Château Chinon in Nievre. Her neo-figurative paintings are based on the representation of
contemporary women, particularly Turkish women. Lakhdar’s work was showcased in different solo and group exhibitions all over the world, including Tunisia, Italy, France, Portugal, Lebanon, and the UAE. Her works can be found in numerous public and corporate collections including the Ministry of Culture in Tunisia.