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Art Alert: Snapshot of Odisha exhibition displays paintings, photography of Indian city

Opening 12 March, the Maulana Azad Centre for Indian Culture (MACIC) is holding an exhibition of paintings and photographs by Hassnaa Hassan, depicting the city of Odisha

Ahram Online , Tuesday 10 Mar 2015
Hassnaa Hassan
Fragment of a photograph by Hasnaa Hassan, Snapshot of Odisha (Photo: courtesy of the Indian Embassy)
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Hassnaa Hassan is an assistant professor of photographic art at the University of Alexandria, and completed an art residency in Bhubaneswar and Puri in the Indian state of Odisha, in December 2014.

Snapshot of Odisha exhibition offer Hassan’s impression of the city of Odisha, with scenes she captured during her stay there, depicting the exotic culture, dance and landscape of the coastal city.

The exhibition takes place in the new premises of the Maulana Azad Centre for Indian Culture, affiliated to the Embassy of India.

Programme:

The exhibition will open 12 March at 5.30 pm, and will run till 18 March from 9.30am to 3pm daily.
MACIC, Abu El-Fida building, 3 Abu El-Fida street, Zamalek, Cairo

 

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