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The exhibition displays 10 of the artist's latest works in bronze

The play, which premiered in November, returned to Cairo's Hosapeer Theatre last week with a fresh script and updated skits

The 19th edition of the festival will run from 19 to 25 April, featuring films 45 countries and eight from Egypt

Spanish artist Roger Bernat presented an interactive performance based on Igor Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring and Pina Bausch's choreography

Netherlands curator Michel van Dartel and Egyptian artist and educator Heba Aziz gave a talk on Bio-Art at Darb 1718 as part of Di-Egy Fest 0.2 last Wednesday

On a visit to China, Sonbol says he captured a 'photographer's heaven' of the Great Wall, Hubei and the Yangtze river

Ahram Online talks to this year's artists at the annual Aswan International Sculpture Symposium

PhotoCairo6: Shadows of the Imperceptible opened 15 February and runs through 23 March, with an extensive programme of performances, workshops, publications, exhibitions and more

The festival was organised by medical doctors Mina El-Naggar and Khaled Ali, who share a passion for film

Currently on display at Gypsum Gallery in Cairo, Huda Lutfi's minimalistic portraits come from moments away from the urban, yet still retain her signature themes

Ahram Online enumerates over 20 moments of triumph and pride in Egypt's visual arts scene of 2016, despite numerous challenges

The exhibition comprises valuable artworks from the Barjeel Foundation's collection

In four solo exhibitions, Egyptian artists Chadi Adib Salama, Tamer Shahin, Bassam Al-Zoghby and Tarek Radi explore the intangible, from knowledge and spirituality to loneliness

Emirati commentator on political and cultural affairs Sultan El-Qassemi's recent presentation at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina's covered almost 70 artworks by Arab artists in the 20th century

Two exhibitions at Soma and Medrar ran in parallel last week, offering a panoramic view of Inktober's artistic harvest

Panoranimation, a new section launched this year by the Panorama of the European Film, showcased a programme of short animation films, including a selection from Torino

Oscar-nominated Song of the Sea was screened as part of the new Panoranimation section of the 9th Panorama of the European Film

El-Borollos Symposium for Drawing on Walls and Boats this year featured 40 artists, receiving a warm local welcome in its third edition

Cairo-based Irish artist Bryony Dunne exhibits her layered multimedia project ‘They Usually Lie in the Grotto'

Last Night in Madrid was staged at El-Ghad Theatre on 21 and 22 September

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