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Art Alert: Artist talk with Mo Al Dee at Photopia

Mo Al Dee's multidisciplinary works were exhibited internationally

Ahram Online , Wednesday 19 Apr 2017
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11 KB (Photo: Still from the video project by Mo Al Dee)
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Photopia will host an artist talk with Mo Al Dee, discussing his book and film project 11 KB, on 25 April.

The Cairo-born artist will share his thoughts on working with different mediums, such as video, installations, performance, photography and text-based research.

Al-Dee exhibited his works internationally, including notably at the BJCEM biennale in Greece in 2011 and the Istanbul Triennial in 2013.

He also participated in over 30 other group exhibitions around the world including a Video Art screening At New Museum For Modern Art In New York (2008), Magmart Festival at Naples’ CAM Museum (2011), The Rosa Luxemburg Foundation space in Berlin (2011 ).

In Cairo is work was shown in Townhouse Gallery, Artellwa, Goethe Institute, and Saad Zaghloul Cultural Center.

Programme:
Tuesday 25 April, 7pm
Photopia, 15 Somal St., El-Korba, Heliopolis, Cairo

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