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Katherine Bakhoum
 
Carnaval

30 Oct - 20 Nov 2018

Safarkhan proudlypresents the latest collection for esteemed Egyptian - French artist and Safarkhan mainstay, Katherine Bakhoum,who features her latest..

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Princesses and Palaces

14 Mar - 14 Apr 2017

Esteemed French-Egyptian artist, and Safarkhan mainstay Katherine Bakhoum will feature her latest creations under the theme ‘Princesses and Palaces’ from March 14th to April 14th 2017. In her 14th showing at Safarkhan, Bakhoum will exhibit her captivating take on the princesses and palaces of oriental times, Bakhoum has succeeded in imprinting her unique stamp on the illustrative memories and depictions of these bygone times, and through it she evokes a whole world of emotive force full of nostalgia, allure and mesmerizing beauty. Bakhoum’s..

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Magic of the Orient

14 Apr - 15 May 2015

Katherine Bakhoum represents art that has been forgotten for a long while. She draws upon the concept and the subject of the orientalism and the enchantment of that period.

Through her work we can feel the researches she has done to reveal her Egyptian origins and the magic and power of the bygone times. Katherine Bakhoum has succeeded in imprinting her own stamp to evoke a new world full of charm, nostalgia and magic that is deeply implanted in her canvas. Her power dwells in creating her own style of..

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The Summer Collection

10 Apr - 30 Sep 2013

The Summer Collection

The Summer Collection of Safarkhan continues this season in the realm of exploring the marvelous works of four Egyptian artists from different generations, styles and directions.
We begin by the work of the great late artist Mohamed Ismail (B. 1936 – 1993) who explores on two large paintings (from a series of twelve pieces) using only two colors black and white the history and civilization of our country. Ismail uses symbols of human figures and other objects to..

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Le Nouvel Orientalisme

02 Dec - 28 Dec 2013

Katherine Bakhoum represents art that has been forgotten for a long while. She draws upon the concept and the subject of the orientalism and the enchantment of that period. Through her work we can feel the researches she has done to reveal her Egyptian origins and the magic and power of the bygone times. Katherine Bakhoum has succeeded in imprinting her own stamp to..

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La Belle Epoque

28 Feb - 23 Apr 2012

The choice of ancient subject matters, the echo of orientalist pieces in the collages, likethe echo of the appeal of ancient gestures, of foreign lands, and domestic tapestries,all this weaves up out of Katherine Bakhoum’s creations. Sometimes we only have theline of a horizon on which to hang our imagination, sometimes we only have the traceof a profile in the shadows. What we always have is a persistent belief in beauty.Where there is beauty, there is hope. Katherine Bakhoum has abandoned neither.

Katherine..

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"Rêves d’Orient"

03 Nov - 30 Nov 2010

Following a show at the Opera a big moon came down from the sky held on earth by human beings who seemed so little. I saw immediately an interact with my paintings where the dervishes are climbing on the clouds as we used to climb in the early days on the pyramids. I painted this moon on a canvas to renew my usual supports. I painted others smaller where men are roaming freely. I chose naturally to pursuit my work on the sky and the clouds. To me they represent the mystery of the infinity, the light and the changing of the horizon. This..

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27 Oct - 25 Nov 2009

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 that seem to exist only in our imagination. It is the carefully created visions of fabric..

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10 Nov - 28 Nov 2008

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 that seem to exist only in our imagination. It is the carefully created visions of fabric..

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06 Feb - 06 Mar 2007

Born in Cairo in 1949, half Egyptian and half French. She studied at l’atelier Met de Penninghen and L’Ecole Estienne in Paris. 

Bakhoum started exhibiting her work in Paris in 1984. She exhibits twice a year, once in  Paris and once at Safarkhan in Cairo. She has been exhibiting yearly at Safarkhan since 1999. Bakhoum’s Orientalist paintings stand powerfully with subtle (and sometimes definite) tones of pastel that bring to life charcters that seem to exist only in our imagination. 

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17 Jan - 17 Feb 2006

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23 Nov - 23 Dec 2004

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17 Mar - 17 Apr 2003

Born in Cairo in 1949, half Egyptian and half French. She studied at l’atelier Met de Penninghen and L’Ecole Estienne in Paris. 

Bakhoum started exhibiting her work in Paris in 1984. She exhibits twice a year, once in  Paris and once at Safarkhan in Cairo. She has been exhibiting yearly at Safarkhan since 1999. Bakhoum’s Orientalist paintings stand powerfully with subtle (and sometimes definite) tones of pastel that bring to life charcters that seem to exist only in our imagination. 

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12 Feb - 12 Mar 2002

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 that seem to exist only in our imagination. 
01 Feb - 03 Mar 2001

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 that seem to exist only in our imagination. It is the..

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11 Oct - 30 Oct 1999

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 that seem to exist only in our imagination. It is the carefully..

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