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Cairo's art exhibitions during Ramadan 2017

Ahram Online highlights the exhibitions in Cairo's galleries that will continue into the month of Ramadan

Ahram Online , Sunday 21 May 2017
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Exhibition of works by Weaam El-Masry
A selection of the artist’s works from 1999 to 2017.
Runs until 2 June
Easel and Camera, Dreamland Golf Club, next to Hilton Dream, Alwahat Road, 6th of October, Cairo

Spring Collection 2017
Group painting exhibition of six artists; Abdelwahab Hawam, Ahmed Abdelhamed, Ahmed El-Kutt, Mohamed Beshery, Hala El-Sharouny, and Rehab Mohamed
Runs until 3 June
Art Corner, 12 Sayed Bakry St., Zamalek, Cairo

Magd El-Sagini’s Students exhibition
Featuring the work of 24 artists that were influenced by artist Magd El-Sagini.
Runs until 3 June
Ubuntu gallery, 20 Hassan Sabry Street, entrance from Ibn Zinky street, Zamalek, Cairo

Noqtet Nour (Spot of Light)
Painting exhibition by Wafaa El-Nashashibi
Runs till 3 June
El-Bab Selim gallery, Cairo Opera Grounds, Zamalek, Cairo

paper trail
Paper Trail (Photo: part of promotional material for the exhibition)

Song for a Painting
An exhibition of patchwork-on-canvas works by artist Ibrahim AlBreedy, offering visual translations of folk songs.
Runs until 8 June. From 11am to 8pm daily, except Fridays.
Duroub Gallery, 4 Amrika El-Latiniya St., Isis Building, Garden City, Cairo

Out of Print
A collaborative initiative with Cairo Hackerspace which invites the public to present ideas to be 3-D printed. Registration through this form.
Runs until 12 June. From 4pm to 8pm daily
Townhouse Factory space, 6 El-Nabarawy St., Downtown, Cairo

Out of the Box
Group exhibition of paintings and sculptures featuring 15 artists
Runs till 13 Jun
Picasso East, Villa 39, El-Narges 3 compound, 5th settlement, New Cairo, Cairo

Group exhibition
Paintings by several artists; Eman Osama, Walid Nayf, Mourad Fakhr Eldin, Tamer Sayed, Moataz Kamal and Hossam Sakr
Runs until 13 June
Nout Art Gallery, 12A Maraashly St., Zamalek, Cairo

imagined life
Imagined Life in a Museum Vitrine (Photo: Soha Elsirgany)

Retrospective
Photography by John Feeney: 40 years of photographing Egypt
Opens 7 June and runs till 13 June. Sundays to Thursdays from 10am to 2pm.
The Photographic Gallery, Abdul Latif Jameel Hall, The American University in Cairo, Road 90, New Cairo.

Form Through Light
The third edition of this large group exhibition features 43 artists; 36 from Egypt, and 7 international artists, on the theme of light in artworks.
Runs till 14 June
Palace of Arts, Cairo Opera Grounds, Zamalek, Cairo

Hekayat (Stories)
Duo painting exhibition featuring Mohamed El-Ganouby and Sherine El-Baroudy
Runs until 14 June
El-Assema Gallery, 11 Youssef Kamel St., Zamalek, Cairo

Muqeem II
Graphic design exhibition by Ehab Mamdouh on the essence of prayer, physically and emotionally, expressed through simplified geometric forms.
Opens 6 June and runs till 16 June
Salah Taher hall, Cairo Opera House, Zamalek, Cairo

(R)evolve 
Conceptual watercolor works by American-South African artist Shannon Brinkley.
Opens 3 June and runs till 21 June
Arcade Gallery, 25, Orabi street, Maadi, Cairo

Spring collection
Artwork by Hala El-Sharouny at Art Corner's Spring Collection exhibition (Photo: part of promotional material shared by the gallery on facebook)

Imagined Life in a Museum Vitrine
Chapter 4 of If Not for That Wall, a long-term series of exhibitions by CIC. Featuring works by Ala Younis, Basel Abbas and Ruanne Abou-Rahme, Hossam Ali, Maha Maamoun
Runs till 22 June
Contemporary Image Collective, 22 Abdelkhalek Tharwat St, Downtown, Cairo

My Favorite Things 2
Multimedia group exhibition featuring works by Azza Mostafa, Fadwa Ramadan, Marwa El Shazly, Soad Abdelrasoul
Opens 4 June and runs till 22 June
Mashrabia Gallery, 8, Champollion street, Downtown, Cairo

Paper Trail
Group exhibition featuring 150 works by 12 artists on paper; Amy Arif, Nada Baraka, Shahira Hammad, Mostafa El-Husseiny, Ahmed Nagy, Fadwa Ramadan, Hany Rashed, Nehad Said, Noura Seif, Aya Tarek, Moustafa Youssef, Islam Zaher. Check our Art Alert here.
Runs until 6 September.
Gypsum Gallery, 5 Ibrahim Naguib, Ground Floor, Apt 2, Garden City, Cairo

1980s
A group exhibition of works from the 80s by Adel El-Siwi, Mohamed Abla, Nazli Madkour, Omar El-Fayoumi, Samir Fouad Ibrahim.
Runs until 20 September. Daily except Friday, from 12pm to 9pm
Soma Art School & Gallery, 14, Mohamed El-Maraashli St., Zamalek, Cairo

out of the box
Out of the Box exhibition (Photo: part of promotional material for the exhibition)

Permanent exhibition of the handicraft centre’s products, including pottery, brass artworks and jewellery.
Al-Ghouri Caravansary, Imam Mohamed Abdou St, off Al-Moaiz St with Al-Azhar, Cairo

A permanent exhibition of the centre’s ceramic, brass, jewellery and khayameya products.
Ceramic and Traditional Handicrafts Centre, 1 Al-Imam St, behind Amr bin Al-Aas Mosque, Al-Fustat, Old Cairo  

 

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