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Art Alert: New space in Alexandria opens exhibition in collaboration with Soma Art

The exhibition titled al-əg-ZAN-dree-ə will include the works of 12 artists from Alexandria

Ahram Online , Monday 10 Jun 2019
'al-əg-ZAN-dree-ə' group exhibition to open at Shelter (Photo: part of promotional material)
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Sherlter Art Space will have its debut exhibition on 15 June as it opens in Alexandria with a group show co-curated by Cairo's Soma Art Gallery.

The exhibition titled "al-əg-ZAN-dree-ə" will include the works of 12 artists from Alexandria, several of which are mid-career or established artists, working across different mediums from photography to painting, sculpture and installations.

The artists are Aya Tarek, Hani Mahfouz, Khoshoua Elgohary, Marianne Fahmy, Mohamed Sabry Bastawy, Nada Elkalaawy, Nadia Mounier, Naguib Moein, Nazir Tanbouli, Shadwa Ali, Shady Habiba and Therese Antoine.

Shelter is an arts space developed by SIGMA Properties, restoring and re-purposing an old rundown bunker into an art space hoping to offer a dynamic programme of contemporary visual and performing arts, workshops and talks.

The exhibition opens on 15 June at 7pm and will run till 15 July
Shelter, 52 Fouad St., Alexandria

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