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Mohamed El Masry questions our humanity in blossoming photographs at Artellewa art space.
“It’s never too late to talk about love” explores the ideas of love and masculinity
ArtsMart is an art platform and gallery for those interested in looking at and buying some of Egypts best art pieces.
Rhino story, Ahmed Sabry’s exhibition opened on 9 June
Uncovering and dissecting Downtown, an exhibition at Gallery Misr
Wekalet El-Ghoury in old Islamic Cairo is hosting a traditional craft festival until 6 June
Exhibition, Wisdom, explores the idea of spirituality.
A Czech cartoonist ponders the work of Kafka in some thoughtful cartoons.
Tonight is the opening night for Kenzie Kingman and Dominique Mahoney’s exhibition Dikotomous
El Warsha organises a variety of activities for both the young and old, including workshops for media and visual arts, movie screenings, art exhibitions, seminars, and designing handcrafted artwork.
New exhibition claims to be inspired by Ovid’s Metamorphoses
Exhibition basketball team brings their show to Cairo for first time in 24 years
New photography exhibition in Cairo displays photographs from all over the world, and creates an opportunity for local amateurs.
The exhibition is part of the month long program India by the Nile program.
The annual Spring Flowers exhibition in Orman Park will begin 30 March and last until the end of April.
Impressive art exhibition opens in new gallery and brings reporter to tears
Omar El Nagdi’s exhibition is filled with colourful paintings that mix a contemporary style with traditional folkloric symbols
The exhibition will be open to viewers from 10 am to 5 pm, Sunday to Thursday
Rehab Eldalil hopes the photos she take will bring a smile on someone’s face
Hend El Falafly’s Silence of Tunes is on display at Safar Khan Gallery in Zamalek
Most paintings are of strange-looking women in repose, with an emphasis on thighs and crotches
Drawing is the result of an inward process that the exhibition wishes to explore
The works require you to look past the purposefully organic but generic feel of the works in order to follow the artist’s creative process
The paintings exhibited are separated in two series,I Want To Be Free and The Path
The exhibition captures some of the most famous faces from the 19th century onwards
Instead, most of recorded history takes place on land, at least in our minds. Lands are the place where most of history is concentrated but the sea has been monumental in shaping modern history.
Mashrabia gallery in Downtown Cairo is currently exhibiting Sahar Abdallah’s illustrations from her newly-released children’s book, A Picture and a Book. The gallery features the book’s illustrations in their full glory, accompanied with captions and descriptions. The book may be aimed at children, but the exhibition is for everyone. Abdallah studied at Helwan Univeristy and …
The works were all representative of the artists’ native Chile in one way or another, often reflecting both the nature and people of Chile. In addition to the artworks exhibited in Cairo, the Bibliotheca Alexandrina has also received 13 works in a notable ceremony that will be permanently on display there.
The exhibition itself offers a nostalgic insight into the minds of children with some being endearingly childish and simple and others surprisingly sophisticated. One of the drawings portrayed a grotesque male face that was almost disturbing, but excellent nonetheless, by a 12 year-old budding artist.
A woman is a human being, not a product. But she is viewed as if she is a product, something to buy, sell or try out.