An exhibition titled 3+1 at Khan Al-Maghraby Gallery will feature works by Egyptian artists Amal Bashir, Khaled Sirag, Salah Almur and Souad Abdelrasoul.
Each artist has a distinct style, contributing to a diverse exhibition experience.
Bashir’s monochromatic pieces are full of intricate details that tell folk and myth stories.
Paintings by the multidisciplinary Palestinian-Sudanese artist Almur tell stories using surreal language and characters in abstract landscapes.
The work of Egyptian mixed media artist Abdelrasoul – who draws portraits on pages from animal anatomy books and world maps – involves expressive figurative work that uses a mix of techniques similar to complex sketches from a diary.
Award-winning artist Sirag’s ceramic sculptures offer a whimsical addition to the exhibition.
The exhibition opens on 9 May at 7pm and will run till 23 May
18 Mansour Mohamed St., Zamalek, Cairo.
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