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Art Alert: Anomalies exhibition showcases AUC photography students’ work

Ahram Online , Monday 26 Nov 2018
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Anomalies, student photography show (Photo: part of promotional material)
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In a group exhibition titled Anomalies, students of the Visual Arts program photography course at the American University in Cairo will present their works at Falaki Theatre.

The exhibit will feature the works of 40 young amateur photographers all of whom attended the Introductory Digital Photography course between 2013 and 2018.

Many of these students are not Art students, but took the course out of interest, and many others were newly introduced to photography.

“After much introspection they’ve all managed to stumble upon a moment of coherence. It is a significant moment, it changes them personally; and as a true catalyst it affects their subsequent practice and production,” the exhibition description reads.

The works on display represents their best work, where they found the underlying cohesion after many trials and errors.

Programme:
The exhibition opens on 4 December at 5pm, and will run to 13 December
Falaki Theater Gallery, the American University in Cairo, Tahrir campus, Downtown, Cairo

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