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01 Dec - 31 Dec 2009

Souad Mardam Bey

Souad Mardam Bey is an artist who lived in many countries of the Middle East, Syrian by nationality but studied art in Beirut and now she is living in Cairo Egypt. Her work is unique in the sense that she is creating her own individuals whether man or woman child or animal bird or fish. In all these creatures there is the fantasy world of Souad figures of big dimensions wearing the fanciest clothes?  Animated in colour and decoration the texture of..

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27 Oct - 25 Nov 2009

Katherine Bakhoum

Born in Cairo in 1949, half Egyptian and half French. She studied at l’atelier Met de Penninghen and  l’ecole Estienne in Paris. K .Bakhoum started exhibiting her work in Paris since 1984. She exhibits twice a year once in  Paris and once at Safarkhan in Cairo. She has been exhibiting yearly at Safarkhan since 1999. K.Bakhoum’s Orientalist paintings stands so powerfully with subtle (and sometimes definite) tones of pastel that bring to life charcters..

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07 Oct - 23 Oct 2009

Kamal Khalifa (1926-1968)

Kamal Khalifa is considered Egypt’s leading modern artist. He left the art world with separate categories of artwork: sculpture, paintings and black & white drawings. He produced his sculpture in a structured traditional way with a loose stylized form. It was important for him that his bronze or plaster sculpture should display flow and movement. And it is that feeling of movement that stays with one rather than the absolute form. While Kamal..

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18 May - 31 May 2009

Marwa Adel

Every once in a while, when the audience is expecting to see one thing, you have to show them something else. Marwa believes above all that she wanted to build the palace of my memory, because her memory is something else; it’s her only homeland. Marwa is a photographer and computer graphic designer with great ability and sensitivity in modeling her characters and landscapes in a majestic world moving with shadows black and white. She adds rhythms to..

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"The Beginning"

29 Apr - 13 May 2009

Amina El-Demirdash

Mennah Hafez

Rony El Kady

A group exhibition by three young artists - recent graduates of the American University in Cairo - The beginning and Discovery of a new generation having one theme in common how to express their love of Egypt and taking into consideration the difference between everyone of them. Mennah using all kinds of collage and calligraphy in a very substantial and impressive way to show the beauty and the negligence of what’s taking place in her country ...Amina..

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30 Mar - 25 Apr 2009

Anna Boghiguian

Anna Boghigiuan was born in Cairo in 1946 to Armenian/Egyptian parents. She graduated in 1969 from the American University in Cairo in Economics and Political Science. She studied art under the patronage of the great artist Fouad Kamel. Anna Boghigiuan obtained her BFA in visual art and music from Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. She held exhibitions in Egypt, Yemen, Greece, Canada and France and has illustrated many books including editions..

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02 Mar - 29 Mar 2009

Ihab Shaker

Ihab shaker born in 1933 received his first lesson in art when he was a still a boy with the Italian professor Carlo Mlinoti,  then joined the Leonardo Da Vince school and later graduated from the faculty of plastic arts in 1957.

He began his work in the press in 1953 when he was still in the first year of his academic studies. Shaker started his work with the late prominent Abdel Salam El Sherif in El Goumhuria from 1960 he..

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03 Feb - 28 Feb 2009

Nazli Madkour

Born in Cairo, in 1949 where she lives and works. Received her Masters Degree in Political Economy from the American University in Cairo. 

In 1981 she resigned her post of Economic Expert at the Industrial Development Centre for Arab States (Arab League, Cairo) to concentrate on art.

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05 Jan - 30 Jan 2009

Sarkis Tossoonian

Sarkis Tossoonian was born in Alexandria in 1953. He graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts/Sculpture in 1979. He started exhibiting in individual and group exhibitions in Alexandria since 1980 and up until now. Sarkis Tossoonian won the second prize in Sculpture in the 5th Biennale of Port Said in 2001. Sarkis Tossoonian excels in blending two different mediums in his works like non shiny bronze with shiny golden brass. His figures stand for both..

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