Zeinab Al Sageny is one of the few Egyptian female artists of the third generation of contemporary art movement...She created a world of her very own...Full of emotions and impressions...Motherhood feelings pouring down like the Nile waves...Expressed with nobility and purity in a new descriptive language featuring the innocent expression.. Full of natural simplicity, descriptive eloquence and deepness of expression.
The ancient culture represents a bountiful source in the works of artist Zeinab Al Sageny and she lives this legacy, with its glitter and the magic of its rites...Looking for the secret of the icon...any icon...Each era in Egypt has its own luster and distinctiveness and beauty, nevertheless, there is continuity which embodies the Egyptian soul...There is a new language with a new modern touch.
Art Critic: Salah Bissar
If we carefully scrutinize the works of the great artist Zeinab Al Sageny, we will find that she always captures the reality, with strings extending to weave the picturesque description, nevertheless with a somehow figurative tendency pushing her to cast her imagination onto the visible and tangible odds, therefore qualifying her to create her own world into a magnetic field swiftly and fully attracting the eye and the heart of the observer, by means of mental familiarity in an attempt to uncover what is beyond.
I believe that the Artist's style since a long time is what allowed us to identify her achievement as magical reality. Zeinab Al Sageny shows fidelity to this performance model throughout her artistic career, until she reached the point where her tools and style took a curve towards impressionism, her paintings cannot be missed by the eyes and the hearts.
Critic: Mohamed Kamal
This exhibition was planned to take place in December 2010 titled "Me and my bride", but the consecutive dramatic events which took place afterwards, made me adjourn the exhibition till the situation gets clearer...then hopefully I should have the appetite to work expressing my emotions and thoughts on this important stage of our history...
As much as I am thrilled with the youth revolution of 25th of January, yet the events took a path different from our hopes, which caused me to move in a cycle of worries and apprehensions repelling any innovative thoughts...Long live Egypt with its mindful youth...Long Live free Egypt...Long Live free Egypt.
Zeinab Al Sageny