Don’t miss the Jordanian Fady Dawoud’s exhibition at Picasso gallery

Nagwa El-Ashri , Tuesday 6 Jul 2021

Fady Dawoud
Fady Dawoud

“Coming Together”, a dual exhibition of paintings by Georges Bahgory and Jordanian artist Fady Dawoud, is currently showing at Picasso

gallery in Zamalek. 

Born in 1984, Fady Dawoud grew up among artists, his father being the owner of Al-Balqaa hall, where workshops and exhitions were constantly held. He studied art at the University of Jordan, Amman, and graduated in 2006, earning a higher diploma in fine arts in 2011. He earned a master's degree in Florence, Italy.

He has given 15 solo exhibitions in Jordan, Italy, Bahrain, Hungary, the United States and Syria, where he spent some time living and working.

“The exhibition, which brings together two artists belonging to two completely different generations, the great artist Georges Bahgory and the Jordanian artist Fady Aldawoud, who has matured among us and whom I remember as a child in Al-Balqaa Hall in Amman,” the veteran artist Farghaly Abdel-Hafeez has commented.

The exhibition is on display until 13 July. 



*A version of this article appears in print in the 8 July, 2021 edition of Al-Ahram Weekly

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