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Art Alert: Assem Abdel Fattah’s paintings at Cairo’s Easel & Camera

Abdel Fattah is a seasoned artist, who has been active on the art scene since the late 1970s

Ahram Online , Monday 5 Feb 2018
Part of artwork by Assem Abdel Fattah (Photo: Part of promotional material)
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Easel & Camera gallery will host a solo exhibition by painter Assem Abdel Fattah, opening on 9 February.

Abdel Fattah is a professor of painting at Minya University's Faculty of Fine Arts, whose career stretches back to 1979.

Working with oil paints, watercolours, digital art and mixed media, his works are cubistic deconstructions of forms and figures, and are brightly coloured and complex in their composition.

Although his work is very busy with form, he is more interested in the emotional and mental states that they express.

His artwork is part of several collections such as the Museum of Modern Art in Cairo, as well as in Canada, USA, Britain, Germany and Holland.

The exhibition opens on Friday 9 February at 6pm, and will close on 31 March
Easel & Camera, Dreamland Golf Club, Hilton Pyramids Golf, Alwahat Road, 6 October City
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