Egyptian artist and interior designer Ahmed Osman will open his new solo exhibition 'Connections' at Cairo's TAM gallery on 12 February.
"Through his upcoming collection, he hopes to create a connection with viewers of his work," the TAM gallery writes, quoting the artist saying, “My main goal is to put emphasis on human connections through a group of works that carry formations in a state of communication in that hypothetical moment when time stops."
Ahmed Osman is an Egyptian contemporary artist and interior designer who experiments with various techniques to manipulate raw material into abstract artworks. His body of work is the outcome of his mental projections. He relies on colour groups and his belief in their cultural influence through the framework in which we live and belong.
Exhibition opening Friday 12 February
Exhibition hours: Sunday-Thursday: 10am to 7pm, Saturdays: 11am to 7pm
KM 28, Cairo-Alexandria Desert Road. Abu Rawash, Giza-Egypt
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