Art D'Egypt's 'Nothing Vanishes, Everything Transforms' exhibition bridges the gap between Egypt's rich artistic past and promising future.
Art D’egypt is giving art connoisseurs something to revel in with their latest exhibition 'Nothing Vanishes, Everything Transforms'. Having made its debut on the 28th of October, the exhibition takes its patrons on a journey that merges that past with the present and features some of Egypt's most talented contemporary artists, twenty eight of them to be exact.
Showcasing the modern pieces to the backdrop of the stunning Manial palace the exhibition bridges the gap between Egypt's contemporary art movement and its vibrant history. Prince Mohammed Ali, the mastermind behind the Manial Palace, was an avid art collector himself who amassed an impressive collection of art pieces throughout his lifetime.
The Words I love the Most by Ghada Amer
Happy Ending by Nadine H
The Spirit of the City by Ahmed Karaly
Umm Kulthum by Adam Henein
Isolation Cycles by Magdy Mostafa
Nostalgia by Mohamed Abla
The Provisionary by Ahmed Badry
The Urban Chaos by Ahmed Farid
Detritus by Huda Lutfi
Unfreeze Time by Islam Shabana
The Prayers by Ahmed Askalany
Trilogy of Globalization by Esmat Dawestashy
Rites of Passage by Yasmine Elmelegy
Dictionary by Mohamed Monaisser
Cloning by Sarkis Tossoonian
Art D'Egypte's 'Nothing Vanishes, Everything Transforms' exhibition runs from October 28 to November 27 at Manial Palace and is open to the public. Find out more about Art D'Egypt on Facebook and Instagram.
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