Collective Exhibition for 11 artists

Amina El Demirdash
Born in 1986.
MA in Visual Arts at the Accademia D'Arte in Florence, Italy At a very young age, El-Demirdash discovered her passion for Art whilst still in high school, where she painted and drew profusely. She took the official step to dedicate herself to art by majoring in Fine Arts. Building on her Bachelor of Arts background from AUC and encouraged by the remarkable success of her first commercial exhibition, El-Demirdash completed courses in contemporary painting and drawing techniques in Italy, maturing and developing her skills.

Adel Moustafa
Born in 1980.
MA in Fine Arts at the Faculty of Fine Arts -Alexandria University. Adel Mostafa has exhibited both in Egypt and regionally, cementing his own vision through his experiences. His practice illustrates thoughts on contemporary life, ranging from the somber to the hopeful. His work is rooted in Egyptian landscapes and the country's unmistakable contradictions.

Ali Said
Born in 1979.
BA in Painting, Fine Arts Alexandria University. Ali Said has participated in the Egyptian contemporary art movement since 2000, and since 2014 he became the director of the fine arts museum in Alexandria- the oldest museum in the city for the Egyptian modern arts.

Omar Badran
Born in 1983.
BA in Sculpture, Faculty of Fine Arts, Alexandria University. Omar Badran began his artistic career in academic drawing, and through his studies he added his own vision of life and current events to the techniques he learnt and developed at the academy. Badran's interests are most focused in works of folklore, Egyptian stories and legends. He translates these into sharp lines, calm colors, and abstract elements, distinguishing his style with the grandeur and splendor of a world of fantasy.

Klay Kassem
Born in 1977.
Phd, Faculty of Fine Arts, Alexandria University. Klay Kassem's paintings have been featured in over 48 national exhibitions in Cairo, and in over six international exhibitions. A recipient of eight national art awards, Klay Kassem's paintings are part of permanent collections at the Museum of Fine Arts in Helwan, the Contemporary Arts Museum in Luxor, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Culture in Cairo. Klay's paintings reflect the Egyptian identity and patriotism, redefining the philosophy of old authentic Egyptian art and turning it into a modern works that can be appreciated universally.

Mohamed Abou Elwafa
Born in 1987.
BA in Painting, Fine Arts Alexandria University. Mohamed Abou El Wafa's work revolves around popular heritage, customs and traditions of Egypt. He's concerned with the birth and manifestations of the various celebrations, and focuses on what distinguishes the Egyptian aesthetic from any other culture. Abou El wafa combines realism and abstraction, relying mainly on the compositional balance between busy and empty spaces, as well as hot and cold colors. He is constantly on the search for new color relationships, motivated by his love and passion for color.

Mohamed sabry
Born in 1983.
M.F.A. Master of Fine Arts, Ceramic Sculpture, Faculty of Fine Arts, Alexandria university. Mohamed Sabry is a painter and sculptor whose work has received over eleven national art awards, including the 2015 Special Exhibition Prize at the Youth Salon and First Prize in the Atelier d'Alexandrie Salon in 2009. He has exhibited in over 63 group exhibitions in Egypt, and participated in over 23 symposiums and workshops around Egypt, including Assiout, Aswan, Alexandria and Minya International Sculpture Symposiums. Sabry moves seamlessly from painting to sculpture, with his quintessentially Egyptian figures stretched tall and proud whether in paint or in bronze.

Mostafa Rabie
Born in 1992.
BA- Information Systems, Menya University, 2013 The basic motif behind Mostafa Rabie's creations so far, has been a raw sense of optimism and fresh charm. His style treads a thin line between instinctual and naive art, a space where child-like lines and compositions exist but with the intention of a skilled artist. His subject matter is deeply rooted in Egyptian folklore, yet it's almost a wonderland version of our culture. All his figures are playful and light-weight, as though they are dolls or marionettes in a children's theatre, but depicted with the skill of a mature artist.

Noha Diab
Born and raised in Egypt.
BA in Islamic Art and Architecture, American University in Cairo. Deyab is a mixed media artist always discovering and experimenting with different relationships on her surfaces. Her artwork is mostly abstract with a suggested figurative presence. Her inspiration comes from Egypt's diverse nature, and she seeks to express the beauty and energy of people and their emotions. Noha strives to translate the relationship between people and their surroundings in a visual narration with color, shape and figure, in both direct and unconventional ways.

Hady Boraey
Born in 1982.
Hady Boraey is an independent visual artist. Lives and works in Alexandria. He received a BA Faculty of Fine Arts 2005, earned the Master Degree 2011, Ph.D. 2015. With distinctive experimental techniques and a thrilling imagination, Boraey always creates a rich and textured world of fantasy depicting the illusion of other perspectives, by simply crossing the borders bit physical or psychological. Metaphorically and symbolically, he takes minds on a poetic and dramatic journey to discover the tempting yet extraordinary unknown and to open new horizons.

Yasmine ElHazek
Born in 1989.
MA in Visual Arts at the Accademia D'Arte in Florence, Italy. El Hazek has developed a keen interest in faces, from humans to animals to her fantastical composite creatures of both, that Egypt has to offer. With an astute sense of observation and a healthy mixture of humor, satire and empathy, Yasmine would frequently roam the streets of Cairo and sketch people and their surroundings to capture the beauty that many passers-by could easily overlook. Her paintings channel the energy she feels pulsing in the streets, people, animals and hidden fantasies of her beloved country.

 
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  Artist Biography

Amina El Demirdash
Born in 1986.
MA in Visual Arts at the Accademia D'Arte in Florence, Italy At a very young age, El-Demirdash discovered her passion for Art whilst still in high school, where she painted and drew profusely. She took the official step to dedicate herself to art by majoring in Fine Arts. Building on her Bachelor of Arts background from AUC and encouraged by the remarkable success of her first commercial exhibition, El-Demirdash completed courses in contemporary painting and drawing techniques in Italy, maturing and developing her skills.

Adel Moustafa
Born in 1980.
MA in Fine Arts at the Faculty of Fine Arts -Alexandria University. Adel Mostafa has exhibited both in Egypt and regionally, cementing his own vision through his experiences. His practice illustrates thoughts on contemporary life, ranging from the somber to the hopeful. His work is rooted in Egyptian landscapes and the country's unmistakable contradictions.

Ali Said
Born in 1979.
BA in Painting, Fine Arts Alexandria University. Ali Said has participated in the Egyptian contemporary art movement since 2000, and since 2014 he became the director of the fine arts museum in Alexandria- the oldest museum in the city for the Egyptian modern arts.

Omar Badran
Born in 1983.
BA in Sculpture, Faculty of Fine Arts, Alexandria University. Omar Badran began his artistic career in academic drawing, and through his studies he added his own vision of life and current events to the techniques he learnt and developed at the academy. Badran's interests are most focused in works of folklore, Egyptian stories and legends. He translates these into sharp lines, calm colors, and abstract elements, distinguishing his style with the grandeur and splendor of a world of fantasy.

Klay Kassem
Born in 1977.
Phd, Faculty of Fine Arts, Alexandria University. Klay Kassem's paintings have been featured in over 48 national exhibitions in Cairo, and in over six international exhibitions. A recipient of eight national art awards, Klay Kassem's paintings are part of permanent collections at the Museum of Fine Arts in Helwan, the Contemporary Arts Museum in Luxor, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Culture in Cairo. Klay's paintings reflect the Egyptian identity and patriotism, redefining the philosophy of old authentic Egyptian art and turning it into a modern works that can be appreciated universally.

Mohamed Abou Elwafa
Born in 1987.
BA in Painting, Fine Arts Alexandria University. Mohamed Abou El Wafa's work revolves around popular heritage, customs and traditions of Egypt. He's concerned with the birth and manifestations of the various celebrations, and focuses on what distinguishes the Egyptian aesthetic from any other culture. Abou El wafa combines realism and abstraction, relying mainly on the compositional balance between busy and empty spaces, as well as hot and cold colors. He is constantly on the search for new color relationships, motivated by his love and passion for color.

Mohamed sabry
Born in 1983.
M.F.A. Master of Fine Arts, Ceramic Sculpture, Faculty of Fine Arts, Alexandria university. Mohamed Sabry is a painter and sculptor whose work has received over eleven national art awards, including the 2015 Special Exhibition Prize at the Youth Salon and First Prize in the Atelier d'Alexandrie Salon in 2009. He has exhibited in over 63 group exhibitions in Egypt, and participated in over 23 symposiums and workshops around Egypt, including Assiout, Aswan, Alexandria and Minya International Sculpture Symposiums. Sabry moves seamlessly from painting to sculpture, with his quintessentially Egyptian figures stretched tall and proud whether in paint or in bronze.

Mostafa Rabie
Born in 1992.
BA- Information Systems, Menya University, 2013 The basic motif behind Mostafa Rabie's creations so far, has been a raw sense of optimism and fresh charm. His style treads a thin line between instinctual and naive art, a space where child-like lines and compositions exist but with the intention of a skilled artist. His subject matter is deeply rooted in Egyptian folklore, yet it's almost a wonderland version of our culture. All his figures are playful and light-weight, as though they are dolls or marionettes in a children's theatre, but depicted with the skill of a mature artist.

Noha Diab
Born and raised in Egypt.
BA in Islamic Art and Architecture, American University in Cairo. Deyab is a mixed media artist always discovering and experimenting with different relationships on her surfaces. Her artwork is mostly abstract with a suggested figurative presence. Her inspiration comes from Egypt's diverse nature, and she seeks to express the beauty and energy of people and their emotions. Noha strives to translate the relationship between people and their surroundings in a visual narration with color, shape and figure, in both direct and unconventional ways.

Hady Boraey
Born in 1982.
Hady Boraey is an independent visual artist. Lives and works in Alexandria. He received a BA Faculty of Fine Arts 2005, earned the Master Degree 2011, Ph.D. 2015. With distinctive experimental techniques and a thrilling imagination, Boraey always creates a rich and textured world of fantasy depicting the illusion of other perspectives, by simply crossing the borders bit physical or psychological. Metaphorically and symbolically, he takes minds on a poetic and dramatic journey to discover the tempting yet extraordinary unknown and to open new horizons.

Yasmine ElHazek
Born in 1989.
MA in Visual Arts at the Accademia D'Arte in Florence, Italy. El Hazek has developed a keen interest in faces, from humans to animals to her fantastical composite creatures of both, that Egypt has to offer. With an astute sense of observation and a healthy mixture of humor, satire and empathy, Yasmine would frequently roam the streets of Cairo and sketch people and their surroundings to capture the beauty that many passers-by could easily overlook. Her paintings channel the energy she feels pulsing in the streets, people, animals and hidden fantasies of her beloved country.