Fata Kazemi - Moezzi arrives in France at the age of thirteen, after the Iranian Revolution. She learned very early painting, especially portraiture, from her father, Hossein Kazemi, one of the greatest Iranian contemporary painters. However, it is sculpture that imposes itself on her as an evidence. Trained in Parisian workshops run by teachers of the School of Fine Arts, she chose her favorite field: the animal. Her art is classic and figurative style, but it is the inner perception of the subject and her specific technic that create its singularity, and that make her work unique. At first glance, the animals are realistic. But above all, Fata personifies the animals. She animates them with an almost human recollection. The rarely smooth surfaces are the imprint of the movement of the hand of the artiste, and the raw technique gives to see an organic and at the same time mineral spectacle. We are faced with contemplative beings who evoke both the familiar and the mysterious.