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Kamal Khalifa (1926-1968)
 
Art your Wall

01 Jun - 20 Sep 2017

“Artyour Wall”

Opening1st June6:30 pm

Ending20th September9:00..

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"Summer Collective Exhibition"

28 May - 31 Jul 2012

In the realm of Modern Egyptian Art we have the pleasure to present to you valuable pieces from the lateKamal Khalifa (1926 – 1968, Egypt)  whose closest friend the late writer and philosopher Dr. Mostafa Mahmoud said about him "I have the honor to have lived the age of Kamal Khalifa". Kamal Kalifa black and white..

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07 Oct - 23 Oct 2009

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 Khalifa was a student at the Faculty of Fine Arts and in his 4th year he quit claiming that..

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17 Feb - 01 Mar 2003

Kamal Khalifa is considered Egypt’s leading modern artist. He left the art world with separate categories of artwork: sculpture, paintings and black and white drawings. He produced his sculptures in a structured traditional way with a loose stylized form. It was important for him that his bronze or gypsum sculpture should display flow and movement. 

And it is that feeling of movement that stays with one rather than the absolute form. While Kamal Khalifa was a student in his 4th year at the Faculty of Fine Arts he..

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13 Nov - 14 Dec 2000

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

While Kamal Khalifa was a student in his 4th year at the Faculty of Fine Arts he..

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01 Dec - 31 Dec 1999


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