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Art Alert: Cairo’s Soma Gallery launches Christmas exhibition with 19 artists

The three-week exhibition will showcase 19 Egyptian artists with distinctive styles working in various mediums

Ahram Online , Tuesday 19 Dec 2017
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Previous works by artists included in Soma Gallery's Christmas Exhibition: Aya Tarek, Mohamed El-Maghraby, Hany Rashed
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Cairo's Soma Gallery is launching a special three-week exhibition over the Christmas period, featuring a selection of artworks by 19 renowned and emerging Egyptian artists, opening 20 December.

The show, to be held at Soma's new premises in Zamalek, will feature works in various mediums, including paintings by Hossam Dirar and Aya El-Fallah, mixed-media by Hany Rashed, and photography by Karim El-Hayawan, among other formats.

The exhibiting artists are: Alaa Aboelhamd, Amado AlFadni, Amr Abd El-Hamid, Aya El-Fallah, Aya Tarek, Hany Rashed, Hossam Dirar, Karim El-Hayawan, Mariam Faried, Mohamad Moftah, Mohamed El-Maghraby, Mostafa El-Husseiny, Nehad Saeed, Nelly El-Sharkawy, Nour Kamel, Osama Abdel Moneim, Omar El-Fayoumi, Salma El-Ashry and Shatha Al-Deghady.

The exhibition opens on 20 December and runs till 7 January
Soma Art School and Gallery, 3 Al-Adel Abou Bakr Square, 3rd floor, Zamalek, Cairo


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