Rabab Nemr
Black.. White.. Color..

From: 27-2-2005 To: 17-3-2005
Gazbia Sirry

Rabab Nemr is a remarkable artist; she emanates prestige, exudes an unmistakable aura and ranks high in Egypt’s contemporary artistic movement. She rightfully attained this status thanks to the accumulation of her successive production. Despite the nature of techniques which demand unlimited sacrifice in terms of time and energy…. the artist was content throughout her long career to restrict her activity to certain intimate elements that glow in the human face, varieties of fish, birds or even nature morte. With time and experience, she added conventional features to these elements and adorned them with metaphysical attire. In this she excels. Colour in the works of Rabab Nemr is contained, even marginalized, with shades of white or black always in dominance.
Such matters are particular to our artist and independent of the significance of her work. Rabab Nemr, persistent but serene, constantly exercised her artistic activity although it would have been easier for her to continue her mission by adhering to her proven material and familiar style. Nonetheless in her current exhibition in Zamalek Art Gallery, we find that she breaks her well-established molds and shatters many a norm previously imposed on her canvas and architectural methodology. In this exhibition, we witness the rebirth of Rabab Nemr…a rebirth that welcomes life….a rebirth that allows her to greet new forms types of humankind with radiant optimism...Here she deals with people’s emotions and feelings, lighting up their faces with tolerance and affection….In these works, she opens new doors on life, colorfully displaying its beautiful aspects in her paintings…I feel proud to stand before an artist who seeks new horizons, reinforces optimism and embarks on new human experiences.

Farghali Abdel Hafiz

 
Exhibition Collection:
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Rabab27
Ink on Paper - 94x140 cm
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Rabab28
Ink on Paper - 93x141 cm
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Rabab01
Ink on Paper - 28x28 cm
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Rabab02
Ink on Paper - 35x47 cm
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Rabab03
Ink on Paper - 35x47 cm
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Rabab04
Ink on Paper - 47x47 cm
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Rabab05
Ink on Paper - 28x75 cm
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Rabab06
Ink on Paper - 28x75 cm
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Rabab07
Ink on Paper - 28x75 cm
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Rabab08
2004
Ink on Paper - 56x75 cm
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Rabab09
2006
Ink on Paper - 56x75 cm
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Rabab10
Ink on Paper - 56x75 cm
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Rabab11
2004
Ink on Paper - 56x75 cm
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Rabab12
Ink on Paper - 56x75 cm
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Rabab14
Ink on Paper - 56x75 cm
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Rabab15
Ink on Paper - 56x75 cm
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Rabab16
2004
Ink on Paper - 56x75 cm
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Rabab17
2004
Ink on Paper - 56x75 cm
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Rabab18
Ink on Paper - 56x75 cm
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Rabab19
Ink on Paper - 68x98 cm
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Rabab20
Ink on Paper - 75x118 cm
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Rabab21
2004
Ink on Paper - 62x125 cm
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Rabab22
Ink on Paper - 62x134 cm
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Rabab23
2005
Ink on Paper - 61x142 cm
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Rabab24
2004
Ink on Paper - 65x145 cm
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Rabab25
Ink on Paper - 70x150 cm
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Rabab26
Ink on Paper - 70x150 cm
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Rabab29
Ink on Paper - 37x37 cm
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Rabab31
Ink on Paper - 27x27 cm
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