Rabab Nemr
Rabab Nemr

An Egyptian Artist, Nemr graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Alexandria in 1963 and later earned a doctoral in Art from the San Fernando Academy, University of Madrid, in 1977. She is a Member of the Syndicate of Fine Artists, the Cairo Atelier, and the Alexandria Atelier. She has been Department Director for the Plastic Arts at the Palaces of Cultural in Alexandria.

She has participated in numerous group exhibitions in Egypt and abroad (Jordan, Bulgaria, Kuwait, India, Qatar& Rumania), along with yearly national exhibitions held in Cairo & Alexandria.

Among the Collections in which Nemr's work appears are the Tito Museum in Yugoslavia, the Egyptian Cultural Center in Paris, the Museum of the Modern Art in Jordan and the International Conference Center in Cairo. She currently lives and works in Rome and Cairo.

Her selected group exhibitions include:

Forces of Change, Artists of the Arab World, The National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC, 1994


Her selected solo exhibitions include:

Akhnaton Gallery, Cairo, Egypt, 1988. Abyia Gallery, Kuwait City, Kuwait 1988.Palace of Cultural Gallery, Al-Arish, Seif Wanly Gallery, Alexandria, Ragab Papyrus Gallery, Cairo and Akhnaton Gallery, Cairo, Egypt, 1987.& the Akhnaton & Ragab Papyrus Galleries, Cairo, 1984, Palace of Culture and the Muhammad Nagy Galleries in Alexandria, Egypt, 1984.

 
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  Artist Biography
Rabab Nemr:
  • 1963 obtained Degree in Fine Arts- University of Alexandria.
  • 1977 gets nominated as a professor of Arts issued by San Fernando Academy of Madrid University, equivalent to the PHD given by Egyptian Universities.
  • Member of Fine Arts Syndicate, and of the "Atelier" Committee of Arts and Literature in Alexandria.
  • 1981-1982 obtained the Merit Prize in Drawing from the General National Exhibition.
  • Participated and represented Egypt in many private exhibitions nationally and internationally.
  • 1994 obtained the Merit Prize in Drawing from the Sharjah Biennale.
  • 1997 obtained Prize in Drawing from the Fine Arts Competition, in its first round.
  • 1997 obtained the Jury Prize in the 8th Cairo International Biennale.
  • 2007 obtained the 1st Prize in the Alexandria International Biennale

Collections in Egyptian Museums:
Museum of Modern Art - Cairo, Museum of Modern Art in Mahmoud Said's Center-Alexandria, Museum of the Faculty of Fine Arts, Alexandria, Opera House - Cairo, Collection of the Cairo International Conference Center.

Collections in International Museums:
Museum of the Arab Institute - Paris, Museum of Titograd, Yugoslavia, Museum of Islamic Modern Art, Amman - Jordan, Collection of the Superior Council of Arts and Literature, Kuwait.

Private and Collective Exhibitions in Egypt:

  • 1984, 1986, 1988 Akhnaton Gallery in the Center of Fine Arts in Zamalek, Cairo.
  • 1984, 1986 Ragab Art Gallery, Cairo.
  • 1984 Mohammed Nagy Gallery, Alexandria.
  • 1986 Al Areesh Cultural Palace, Al Areesh.
  • 1994 Italian Cultural Center, Cairo.
  • 1997 Extra Gallery, Cairo.
  • 1997 Alexandria's Atelier, Alexandria.
  • Participates yearly in the General National Exhibition of Contemporary Art.
  • 1998 Khan Maghraby Gallery, Cairo.
  • 1999 Alexandria's Atelier, Alexandria.
  • 2000 participated in the Annual Salon of Small Art Works.
  • 2000 participated in the National Exhibition.
  • 2000 participated in the International Women's Day Exhibition, Cairo.
  • 2000 participated in "Mawkeb Il Noor' Exhibition, to celebrate the 1400 years of Islam in Egypt.
  • 2005 Black...white...color...,Zamalek Art Gallery, Cairo.
  • 2007 Zamalek Art Gallery, Cairo.
  • 2008 April, Egyptian Women Artists Exhibition, Amir Taz Palace, Cairo.
  • 2008 "Humanity" Zamalek Art Gallery, Cairo.

Private Exhibitions outside Egypt:

  • 1987 Abeya Qatami's Art Gallery, Kuwait.
  • 1991 Exposition of Egyptian Art, Academy of Egypt, Rome, Italy.
  • 1992 Municipal Gallery, Espolito, Italy.
  • 1990,1992 Eblinding, Bonn, Germany.
  • 2000 Al Dhahia Art Gallery, Kuwait.

Collective Exhibitions outside Egypt:

  • 1991 Exhibition of the "Egyptian Woman and Creativity", Rome, Italy.
  • 1992 "Contemporary Egyptian Art" Exhibition, Rome, Italy.
  • 1990 Art and Football Exhibition, in occasion of the World Cup that was held in Italy.
  • In this Exhibition, 24 artists representing countries that participated in the Mondial exhibited their work. Later the works were shown in Akhnaton's Center in Zamalek.
  • 1994 participated in "Parallels" an exhibition that included 19 Egyptian Artists and 19 Italian Artists.