Samia Tawil

Samia Tawil

Luxury Tribune

After studying political philosophy at the University of Amsterdam, Samia Tawil worked as a philosophy teacher during several years, while pursuing a solid artistic career and publishing a first book called “De Bilal à Rostropovitch”. In each of these three fields, Samia Tawil cultivates a taste for words that move and testify, and offers a sharp perspective on the world’s events, enriched through her deep connection to North Africa, the Middle-East and Latin America. She has also regularly contributed to magazines such as the Magazine littéraire du Maroc, and to the collective work “Le temps des femmes libres”. More recently, her globetrotter and savvy urbanite spirit lead her to create the blog “Funky Geneva” and the website “Flights and Thoughts”.

Samia Tawil's articles

When rock stars take over the art world
Art & Design

When rock stars take over the art world

By Samia Tawil

Between art, fashion and architecture, Morocco reconnects with its African identity
Art & Design

Between art, fashion and architecture, Morocco reconnects with its African identity

By Samia Tawil

Frida Kahlo: her battles that resonate beyond her art
Art & Design

Frida Kahlo: her battles that resonate beyond her art

By Samia Tawil

Art and fashion bring aesthetics to the daily lives in ashes of the Lebanese people
Business

Art and fashion bring aesthetics to the daily lives in ashes of the Lebanese people

By Samia Tawil