Contemporary art practice, visual language, representations of gender, European cinema, social justice, design and sustainability.
M.F.A., Art, University of California Davis
M.F.A., Art, University of California Berkeley
Jehanne-Marie Gavarini is a visual artist whose work has been exhibited extensively nationally and internationally. In addition to her artistic work, Gavarini writes about art, European cinema and visual culture. She is co-translator of Tomboy (University of Nebraska Press, 2007), an autobiographical novel by acclaimed Franco-Algerian writer Nina Bouraoui. Recent publications include “Shifting Sands: Imaginary Space and National Identity in Cédric Klapisch’s Peut-être in ”Postcolonial Film: Imaging Identity, Culture and Resistance (New York and London: Routledge, 2014), “Visual and Linguistic Frontiers in Abdellatif Kechiche’s L'Esquive” in Frontiers of Screen History: Imagining European Borders in Cinema, 1945–2010 (UK: Intellect, 2013), and "Rewind: The Will to Remember, the Will to Forget in Michael Haneke's Caché" in Millennial Cinema Memory in Global Film (New York: Columbia University Press, 2012).