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Art Alert: Tahrir Cultural Centre hosts visual art group exhibition

The exhibition features 11 young and established Egyptian artists

Ahram Online , Sunday 9 Jun 2019
On the Other Side of The Nile, group show at Tahrir Cultural Center (Photo: part of promotional material)
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Tahrir Cultural Centre will hold a visual art group exhibition titled 'On the Other Side of the Nile,' opening 11 June.

The showcase featuring 11 artists is curated by curated by Mahmoud Hamdi.

Through various mediums and hailing from different artistic backgrounds, the diverse artists featured represent parts of the contemporary art movement as activists in the national and international cultural and artistic scenes.

The exhibiting artists are: Ahmed El-Shaer, Ahmed Nagy, Ahmed Shawky Hassan, Alaa Abd El-Hamid, Eman El-Shokry, Lina Osama, Mariam Farid, Mariam Khalil, Mehri Khalil, Mostafa El-Bana, in addition to Mariam Farid and Sayed Waked whose works are represented by Art Talks Gallery.

The works will be shown in several spaces that are part of the Tahrir Cultural Centre: The Margo Veillon, Future, Legacy, Marriott, Howard and Arminian Galleries.

The exhibition opens on Tuesday, 11 June, and will run to 25 June
Open daily except Fridays, from 10am to 9pm, and Saturday from 1pm to 8pm.
Tahrir Cultural Centre, American University in Cairo, 113 Qasr El-Ainy Street, Downtown Cairo.

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