Farah Khelil studied at the Higher Institute of Fine Arts of Tunis and holds a doctorate in arts and art sciences from the School of Arts at the Sorbonne (France). Combining artist's books, painting, photography, video, drawing, and installation, her work draws on intimacy and philosophy. Through both the visual and the conceptual, her practice questions the relationship to image, language and history. Since 2006, Farah Khelil has taken part in numerous exhibitions in museums, galleries and international art fairs. Her work has been part of numerous exhibitions worldwide, including the Fiminco Foundation (Romainville, France), LAAC (Dunkerque, France), Cité des Arts (Paris, France), Pernod Ricard Foundation (Paris, France), National Museum of Archeology of Umbria (Perouse, Italy), L'ahah (Paris, France), Le Cube (Rabat, Morocco), Transmitter (New York, USA), HandelStreet Projects (London, UK), Venice Biennale (Italy), Manart AlSaadiyat Cultural Center (Abu Dhabi), Le Center Culturel de Cerisy (Normandy, France). She was nominated for the 2019 AWARE Prize. She has received various grants including from the ArabFund for Arts and Culture, Goethe-Institut Tunis and the CAORC-CEMAT research grant. Her works are part of the collections of the British Museum, FRAC Poitou-Charentes, FRAC Normandie, Center for Artists' Books (Limousin) and the Paris Collections Contemporary Art Fund.