LATIFA MEDJDOUB: Evolution and Transformation

Draheim, Teliha
January 2010
Surface Design Journal;Winter2010, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p26
Trade Publication
The article profiles Latifa Medjdoub, a professional costume designer in France. It notes that Mekjdoub, at the age of seventeen, started to work as an assistant in the atelier of the painter Pasquale Lecreux which gives her an opportunity to study in an applied art and textile school in Roubaix. It mentions that during her undergraduate degree, her work attracted the curator from the Museum of Textile and Fine Arts who offered a solo exhibition of her work that made her popular.


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