Saleh Abdel Sabour

Saleh Abdel Sabour started printmaking at the young age of 11 years old, and since then had experimented various techniques. Since 2007 however, he began to focus on a new technique which he called "Relief Marble", which allowed him to print on the unusually larger sizes (up to 140x140cm). Up until his untimely passing in 2013, he had a firm belief that a good printmaker can and should use any material available to them to produce good prints.

His works are always ethereal and floating- like a black and white film of a dream. his prints felt like paintings, with each mark releasing a certain energy that fuels the composition into become a moving, living image, rather than a static image.

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Born in Cairo in 1976.
Graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts - Graphic Section.

Private Exhibitions:
Anfoushy Cultural Palace - Alexandria.
Kafr El-Sheikh Cultural Palace.
El-Menia Cultural Palace.

Group Exhibitions:
Participated in student exhibitions with the Faculty of Fine Arts from 1995 to1999.
The 9th Youth Salon, 1997.
The 11th Youth Salon, 1999.
The 14th Youth Salon, 2002.
The 17th Youth Salon, 2006.
The 18th Youth Salon, 2007.
The 3rd Annual Salon of small art works, 1999.
Participated in the competition "The Civilization & Danger”, held by the Syndicate for Plastic Arts, Cairo, 1998.
Participated in The National Exhibition, 2001.
Participated in the Contemporary Egyptian Engraving Exhibition - Cairo Atelier, 2002.
The 4th Egyptian International Trienalle of printmaking, 2003.
Contemporary Egyptian Engraving Exhibition in Nebraska University – USA, 2003.
"Intaglio Collective exhibition" Zamalek Art Gallery, Cairo, 2004.
The 5th Egyptian International Trienalle of printmaking, 2006.
Imagining the Book Biennale, the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, 2007.

First Prize of the competition "The Civilization & Danger", held by the Syndicate for Plastic Arts, 1999.
First Prize of the 5th Egyptian International Trienalle of printmaking, 2006.
The 18th Youth Salon's Prize, 2007.

Modern Art Museum, Cairo, Egypt.
Sharm El Sheikh Congress Hall, Egypt.
Private collectors from Egypt – Germany – Kuwait.