Kenza Sadoun-el Glaoui

Fashion blogger

Six years ago, Kenza Sadoun-el Glaoui started her blog a little by chance. But Today, with “La revue de Kenza”, she has become one of the most influential French bloggers. Advice, opinion piece, addresses… Kenza shares a little of her daily life as a young Parisian. Artsper wished to know more about her.

{Artsper}: Kenza, could you tell us a little about yourself?
Kenza: Kenza, 28 years old, I have always lived in Paris. I created my fashion/lifestyle blog, “La revue de Kenza”, six years ago.

{A}: What do you like the most as a blogger?
K: The fact that everyday isn’t the same, travelling regularly, and collaborating with brands that are all from different backgrounds. In other words, the freedom my activity brings me !

{A}: Are you particularly sensitive to contemporary art? And who is your favorite artist at the moment?
K: In general, I have a soft spot for photography. From fashion photography to historical photographs. In another register, I like Martha Cooper, a street art specialist. She takes pictures of artists of the hip hop movement. Also, I’m probably not the most objective person to say this, but I love my brother, Diego’s photographs. He doesn’t take photographs full time but his pictures are represented in different art fairs: http://www.lauraarce.com/elglaoui.php

{A}: Could you recommend our users a cultural event?
K: The Peter Lindbergh exhibition at the Gagosian gallery. If not for the beauty of the use of black and white, for the women he shoots, each one more stunning than the next.

{A}: 2014’s artistic revelation that has touched you the most?
K: Let’s say I haven’t discovered it, but I have developed a growing interest for dance. Especially African dances.

{A}: What advice could you give someone who wishes to start their own blog?
K: Exchange and sharing are key elements to a successful blog. Creating a blog to achieve a precise goal isn’t always a solution because readers can sense it and they feel betrayed. Being honest is always the best way to go about it.

{A}: What do you think of Artsper and the concept of selling online?
K: I can only congratulate the approach of making contemporary art more accessible. Too often, people think it is reserved to a certain minority of people. More than anything, contemporary art is everywhere and is addressed to all.

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