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Art Alert: Nihal Wahby's Lucid Realms exhibition at Hanager Arts Centre

The exhibition opens on 21 February and runs until 2 March

Ahram Online , Tuesday 20 Feb 2018
Lucid Realms
Fragment of artwork by Nihal Wahby, part of Lucid Realms exhibition. (Photo: Hanager Arts Centre's promotional material)
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A painting exhibition titled Lucid Realms by Egyptian artist Nihal Wahby will open at the Hanager Arts Centre's exhibition hall on 21 February.

The opening ceremony will be attended by the renowned Egyptian artist Adam Henein.

Wahby focuses mainly on paintings and drawings while exploring new media and materials.

According to Wahby's biography, the artist challenges awareness, identity and self-realisation. She explores the relationship between physical and virtual reality and between art and the viewer.

Programme:
The exhibition opens on 21 February and runs until 2 March
Hanager Arts Centre, Cairo Opera grounds, Zamalek, Cairo

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