"Points of view" is a collective art exhibition by five young Egyptian painters and sculptors. The exhibition will open at Ubuntu Art Gallery on 12 March, and will run until 24 March.
The five artists are Ibrahim Khattab, Eiad Oraby, Abdelrahman Elborgy, Mahmoud Mokhtar, and Rania Shaalan.
According to the press release, the aim of the exhibition "is not only tied to unifying the group of young artists, but also to shed light on some of their experiences and conceptions."
Rania Shaalan will present her bronze statues, Abdelrahman Elborgi works on themes of birds and animals while Mahmoud Mokhtar wraps the place in the eternal silence of stones. The walls are embrace the vivacity of Ibrahim Khattab's capacities as well as the excitement and ambition of Eyad Orabi's portraits.
"Points of view" exhibition
Opening on Saturday 12 March, 7pm
The exhibition will run until Thursday 24 March
Ubuntu Art Gallery, 20 Hassan Sabry street (entrance from Ibn Zinki street)
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