Art Alert: Easel and Camera gallery to showcase work by over 25 renowned Egyptian artists

Ahram Online , Friday 9 Oct 2020

Besides the Egyptian artists, the open-air exhibition will also showcase two distinguished Middle Eastern sculptors from Lebanon and Iraq


The Easel and Camera contemporary art gallery will hold a large exhibition of artwork by Egyptian artists, and will also include work by two Middle Eastern sculptors, Bassam Kyrillos from Lebanon and Ali Nouri from Iraq.

The Egyptian artists include well known names such as sculptors Adam Henein, Abdel Aziz Saab, Al Sayed Abdou Sleem, Mohamed Abla and painter Reda Abdelsalam. 

Other artists include (in alphabetical order): Abd El Maguid Ismail (sculpture), Abdelrahman Alsayed (sculpture), Ahmed Barakat (photography), Ahmed Abdel Wahab (sculpture), Al Shaimaa Darwish (sculpture), Ehab Eltoukhy (sculpture), Hana Tawakol (photography), Hisham Abdelmoety (sculpture), Khaled Zaki (sculpture), Mahmoud Roshdy (ceramics), Marwa Zakaria (ceramics), Marwa Youssef (sculpture), Mohamed Abouelnaga (painting), Mohammad Bassuony (painting), Mona Heikal (sculpture), Moustafa Hosny (sculpture), Mostafa Khedr (sculpture), Osama Emam (ceramics), Salah Eldin Abd Elrahman (sculpture), Sayed Waked (sculpture) and Tamer Ragab (sculpture).

"With such creative display of artworks and the variety of concepts and themes reflected by the artworks, the exhibition offers the audience an intellectually and spiritually stimulating experience," read a press release provided by the exhibition's  organisers.

"Sculptures are finally released from the boundaries of the gallery’s limited halls to chill out in the open air location," it added.


The exhibition will open on Friday, 16 October and will continue until the end of November. It will take place at the Dreamland Golf Club inside Hilton Pyramids Golf  Hotel, 6th of October City.

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