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PHOTO GALLERY: Mahatat's contemporary art first tour across Egypt


Mahatat for Contemporary Art in Post Said
Photo: Mohamed Kamal, courtesy Mahatat
People watch from the balconies in Port Said
Photo: Mohamed Kamal, courtesy Mahatat
Mahatat for Contemporary Art in Post Said
Photo courtesy of Mahatat
Mahatat for Contemporary Art in Post Said
Photo: Yousif Bagato, courtesy Mahatat
Mahatat for Contemporary Art in Cairo
Photo: Rowan El Shimi
Mahatat for Contemporary Art in Cairo
Photo: Rowan El Shimi
Mahatat for Contemporary Art in Cairo
Photo: Rowan El Shimi
Mahatat for Contemporary Art in Cairo
Photo courtesy of Mahatat
Mahatat for Contemporary Art in Mansoura
Photo: Ahmed Najeeb, courtesy Mahatat
Mahatat for Contemporary Art in Mansoura
Photo: Ahmed Najeeb, courtesy Mahatat
Mahatat for Contemporary Art in Mansoura
Photo: Ahmed Najeeb, courtesy Mahatat
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Mahatat for Contemporary Art's first tour took place between 9 and 13 October

Between 9 and 13 October, Mahatat for Contemporary Art, a Cairo-based art initiative that hosts artistic projects in public spaces, held their first tour across four Egyptian cities: Mansoura, Damietta, Port Said and Cairo. 

The initiative is part of a Mahatat's Art of Transit, a project consisting of a few tours that involve professional artists who perform in public spaces as a form of artistic intervention.

The first tour included Abo Karim marching band and El-Kousha puppet theatre troupe, known for performing with giant puppets in public spaces.

Read more about Mahatat's Art of Transit and about their first stop in Mansoura.

 

Ahram Online is the official media sponsor of Mahatat for Contemporary Art's tours in Mansoura, Port Said, Damietta and Cairo.

 

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