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Art Alert: Ibrahim El Tanbouli to explre 'The Beauty of Life' in a new exhibition

Ibrahim El Tanbouli’s exhibition will be showcased at Al Kahila art gallery between 6 and 16 March.

Ahram Online , Wednesday 1 Mar 2017
The Beauty of Life, Ibrahim El Tanbouli
The Beauty of Life, Ibrahim El Tanbouli (photo: fragment from an exhibition artwork)
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Ibrahim El Tanbouli’s new exhibition, titled “The Beauty of Life” will be showcased at Al Kahila art gallery between 6 and 16 March. The exhibition opening will be held on Monday 6 March at at 7pm.

Egyptian painter and sculptor Ibrahim El Tanbouli was born in 1954, in Alexandria. An internationally established artists, his works have been showcased in both private and group exhibitions in Egypt, Germany, Jordan, Italy, Denmark, Tunisia and Rome. Throughout his career, the artist has received several awards, including the Alexandria University and the Ministry of Higher Education’s awards for all Egyptian Universities, and Fekra wa Fan Gallery’s Salon Prize.

Like most of the artist’s previous works, “The Beauty of Life” is centered around El Tanbouli’s perception of traditional Egyptian life.

Program:
6 to 16 March
Al Kahila art gallery, 15 El Batal Ahmed Abdel Aziz st, Mohandessin

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