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PHOTO GALLERY: Hassan Khan retrospective opens in Cairo


Photo: Rowan El Shimi
Photo: Rowan El Shimi
Photo: Rowan El Shimi
Photo: Rowan El Shimi
Photo: Rowan El Shimi
Photo: Rowan El Shimi
Photo: Rowan El Shimi
Photo: Rowan El Shimi
Photo: Rowan El Shimi
Photo: Rowan El Shimi
Photo: Rowan El Shimi
Photo: Rowan El Shimi
Photo: Rowan El Shimi
Photo: Rowan El Shimi
Photo: Rowan El Shimi
Apr
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Hassan Khan exhibition opens in downtown Cairo as part of D-CAF's visual arts programme

D-CAF has dedicated its visual arts programme this year to contemporary Egyptian artist Hassan Khan.

The show, which opened on 30 March amid sporadic power cuts, is the first major survey of Khan's work in Cairo.

The exhibition features works produced between the mid-90s and the present day. The works include text-based projects, sculptural forms, music projects, among others.

It is located in unused storefronts alongside the Kodak passageway in downtown Cairo. The site was designed and curated by CLUSTER to produce a series of exhibition spaces that blur the lines between the artist's diverse oeuvre and the surrounding local community.

The exhibition runs until 26 April.

20 Adly Street, downtown Cairo.

Read more on the exhibition here, and find out more about the events surrounding the works here.

All photos by Rowan El-Shimi

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