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Shaker Al-Idressi’s artistic harvest filled the halls of the Nile Gallery in Zamalek last March

When, on the occasion of my debut dual exhibition, I was asked to review my journey as an artist, I found the task somewhat daunting, writes Rania Khallaf

On the importance of technique in two Cairo exhibitions: at Karim Francis Gallery in Downtown and Picasso Art Gallery in Zamalek

ZagPick, Cordoba Art Gallery, Mashrabiya Gallery in Mohandessine give a large scope of creative journeys

Rania Khallaf explores a new vision of The Thousand and One Nights’ heroine

At the Luxor International Painting Symposium, Al-Ahram Weekly relished a meeting of the ancient with the contemporary

Al-Ahram Weekly gauges the end-of-the-year spirit

Al-Ahram Weekly explores a new expression of nostalgia

Can a piece of sculpture have a voice?

Rizq populates his paintings with the creatures of his upbringing, bathing them in a uniquely peaceful aura

Rania Khallaf is impressed with Weaam El-Masry’s latest celebration of the female form

A rising star Omar Gabr presents a cartoonish series featuring aubergines

Throughout history, pandemics have influenced artists and prompted their response

Rania Khallaf celebrates the visual body language that Sarah El Samman’s paintings speak

Ahram Weekly explores the latest exhibition on the Holy Family’s journey through Egypt

The Facebook initiative 'Stay Home: Draw Home' encourages professionals and amateurs to use their time at home to creative ends


Egyptian, Moroccan, Kuwaiti and Jordanian caricature associations joins force to present the first pan-Arab virtual caricature exhibition entitled Ramadanyat

Pop art pioneer Reda Abdel-Salam is an Egyptian illustrator, painter and art critic

The exhibition Daughter of the Sun opened on 29 February at the ZagPick Gallery in Sheikh Zayed but was suspended a week later when the shut-down of cultural venues began

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