Rahma Naili is a visual artist born in 1991 in Bizerte. Graduated from the Higher Institute of Fine Arts of Tunis (master of research in plastic arts in 2016), she chose engraving as her main discipline but she also practices drawing and painting. Her artistic approach is based on an aesthetic of fragility where she seeks to reach what remains hidden behind appearances, the soul of objects, and the people around her. She uses paper to convey the ephemeral part that inhabits each of us. She makes it undergo all sorts of experiences (collage, painting, embossing, engraving, printing, ...) in the image of those that each person goes through in life. She participated in a one-year artistic residency at the Cité International des Arts in Paris (2018-2019). Young international artist, she has taken part in numerous exhibitions in Tunisia: at the Contemporary Art Days of Carthage, at the El Birou Gallery, at the Alain Nadaud Gallery, at the International Feminist Art Festival of Tunis. More recently, her work was presented at the second edition of the 21x21 fair held in Barcelona.