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Art Alert: Ramifications by Samir Fouad in Picasso Art Gallery

Opens 13 March and runs until 2 April

Ahram Online , Tuesday 1 Mar 2016
from Ramifications exhibition by Samir Fouad
From Ramifications exhibition by Samir Fouad (Photo: courtesy of Picasso Art Gallery)
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Ramifications, a painting exhibition by Egyptian artist Samir Fouad, will open in Picasso Art Gallery in Zamalek on 13 March and will run until 2 April.

Samir Fouad was born in Heliopolis, Cairo, in 1944 and brought up in an art-loving environment which influenced his abilities.

Although he graduated from Cairo University in 1966 as an engineer, and since then worked in the computer field, his love for art did not subside.

Samir Fouad has been actively participating as a professional artist in the Egyptian art movement since 1984 and his work watercolors are the predominant medium he uses. Retired since 2001, Fouad dedicates himself completely to art. 

Programme:

Opening: Sunday 13 March, 7pm
The exhibition runs until 2 April
Picasso Art Gallery, 30 Hassen Assem St., Zamalek, Cairo

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