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“Marwa Adel is one of the most professional photographers in the world, and she has a statement to make, and it is a very important one regarding women and society,” said Professor Shems Friedlander, director of the AUC’s photographic gallery.
Volatile Ukranian security due to armed conflict led Egypt to cancel participation in tourism exhibition
Organising company prepares to build display tents to accommodate growing attendance
Five young photographers with plenty of promise showcase their work
Through work by five photographers, the exhibition explores a side of refugees’ lives in Egypt
The exhibition features a retrospective of the work of world renowned artist Mohamed Abla
2014 figures targeted 20% growth, but company reached only a “not acceptable” 10%, says distribution sales manager
Ministerial emphasis placed on technological zones in each governorate and large-scale telecom sector investments
The exhibition will host the first forum on online payments and financial inclusion entitled “PAFIX”, while top players from companies, banks, and financial institutions in the Arab world and Africa will take part.
The exhibition now takes place annually with major local and international telecommunications and information technology companies participating.
Exhibition features paintings about identity from various perspectives
Participants of the Arabic version of the reality television singing competition, The Voice, will also perform in the festival.
Mona Marzouk uses politically loaded themes to provoke dialogue
With the travelling exhibition “JAPAN: Kingdom of Characters”, the Japan Foundation examines characters like these as a radical aspect of a Japanese subculture related to anime and manga
Tourism Activation Authority sets value for participation in tourism exhibition in London to motivate tourism influx to Egypt this year
The six annual Caravan Exhibition, featuring work from 30 Egyptian artists and 18 international artists, seeks to promote religious tolerance and mutual understanding
A large number of Egyptians have purchased food products at small shops and large supermarket chains to take advantage of offers and discounts encouraging buyers to shop.
Using images and objects, artist Ala Younis dissects the myth making that surrounds political personalities
Egypt’s Food Export Council aims to increase exports from EGP 20bn to EGP 40bn by 2020
Mixing ancient and modern, French artist Golo puts a humorous twist on Egyptian life
A collection of art will be on show at different venues for a period of nine months
Gazbia Sirry tackles serious subjects with fiery colours and minimalistic technique
The political satire used by Tailang is very similar to the humour used by Egyptian cartoonist as well as the Egyptian people when criticising their government.
Helmy El Touni depicts Egyptian women going about their daily lives
The international exhibition attracts a large audience in Mexico
Attyat Sayed’s exhibition is impressive with a breadth of scope and a diversity that adds to its richness
Abdel Hafez chooses Athens due to its great civilization and relationship with Egypt
Maha Maamoun’s latest exhibition infringes on strangers conversation
Fruits of Fire is Shamloul’s first exhibition and represents his three-year journey to become the artist he is today
The exhibition showcases some of the forefront artists of the 60s and 70s