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PHOTO GALLERY: Artists install 'Revolution Museum' in historic building in Cairo


Storytelling arcade-style machine by Ganzeer
Graffiti within the space by Ammar Abu Bakr
Graffiti within the space by Ammar Abu Bakr
Graffiti within the space by Ammar Abu Bakr
Teargas installation by Ahmed Hefnawy
Teargas installation by Ahmed Hefnawy
Teargas installation by Ahmed Hefnawy
Teargas installation by Ahmed Hefnawy
Miniature representations of Cairo's revolutionary graffiti by artist Hany Rashed
Miniature representations of Cairo's revolutionary graffiti by artist Hany Rashed
Miniature representations of Cairo's revolutionary graffiti by artist Hany Rashed
Miniature representations of Cairo's revolutionary graffiti by artist Hany Rashed
Miniature representations of Cairo's revolutionary graffiti by artist Hany Rashed
Miniature representations of Cairo's revolutionary graffiti by artist Hany Rashed
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Four projects by contemporary Egyptian artists Hany Rashed, Ganzeer, Ahmed Hefnawy and Ammar Abu Bakr set up a makeshift 'Revolution Museum' at downtown's Hotel Viennoise from 23 to 29 December

Only a few metres away from a number of protest sites in the heart of downtown Cairo, four artists have set up an exhibition of art pieces entitled 'Freedom' at the makeshift 'Revolution Museum' in the Hotel Viennoise.

Born from a conversation between visual artists Ganzeer and Hany Rashed in 2012, the exhibition also features graffiti and installation works by Ammar Abu Bakr and Ahmed Hefnawy.

Programme:
The exhibition is open every day from 6-9pm at the Hotel Viennoise until 29 December
11 Mahmoud Bassiouny, downtown Cairo

All photos by Rowan El Shimi.

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