The French street artist, Miss. Tic at age 66

The French street artist Miss passed away in Paris at the age of 66. Tic. According to a simple announcement of her family, she passed away due to illness.

It is considered by the founders of stencil art. Her works depict enigmatic female figures and adorn many walls of the French capital. He was arrested in 1997 (for a short time) following allegations of falsification of public property.

Her works have been exhibited in galleries in France and abroad. She has also collaborated with the international fashion houses Kenzo and Louis Vuitton.

Culture Minister Rima Abdul Malak described her work as “emblematic and highly feminist”, according to the AFP news agency.

The artist with the real name Radhia Novat was born in Montmartre in 1956 to a Tunisian immigrant father and a Normandy mother. He studied Applied Arts and Street Theater.

“I liked this idea of ​​street art,” she told AFP in an interview in 2011. “At first I thought, ‘I will write poems.’ “And then, ‘we need images’ with these poems,” he said.

In March 2011, a series of stamps were issued on the occasion of International Women’s Day inspired by some of her stencils.

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