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Art Alert: Gallery Misr to host 'Illusions' art gallery

The exhibition by Egyptian artist Hanafy Mahmoud runs for two weeks

Ahram Online , Thursday 24 Mar 2016
from "ILLUSION" exhibition by Hanafy Mahmoud
Hanafy Mahmoud art work (Photo: courtesy of Gallery MISR)
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Illusion, a painting exhibition by Egyptian artist Hanafy Mahmoud, opens at Gallery Misr starting 28 March till 14 April.

Mahmoud, who was born in 1970 in El-Wady El-Gadid governorate in southern Egypt, lives and works in Cairo.

He graduated from and worked as a researcher at the Faculty of Art Education at Helwan University, as well as a drawing teacher in the arts department at the American University in Cairo.

Mahmoud has held dozens of solo art exhibitions in Egypt, Amman, Frankfort and Venice.

According to the note accompanying the exhibition, Mahmoud's works focus on human sensual and psychological reactions to surrounding events.

Programme:
Exhibition opening Monday, 28 March at 7pm
The exhibition will run until 14 April
Gallery Misr, 4A Ibn Zinky st., Zamalek, Cairo

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