Artist: Assem Abdel Fattah
Address:15 El Batal Ahmed
Abdel Aziz Street, Mohandessin
When: 27th March- 10th April
Details: Assem Abdel Fattah is an Egyptian artist drawing in a child’s brush. The big and extended strokes that feature his elementary sketches are later supplemented with an amalgamation of colors. His is a “professional childhood”: that vision that permeates the artist’s lens and world of canvas as well is neither an abstract, a circumventing nor a cubistic vision; it rather portrays the dazzled first impression of a child’s eyes.
Artist: Sarkis Tossoonian and Alfons Louis
Address: 6, Brazil St., Zamalek
When: 11th April – 4th May
Details: Safarkhan has the pleasure to invite you on a group exhibition by two greatly talented sculptors Sarkis Tossoonian and Alfons Louis, native of the seaside city of Alexandria in Egypt. These sculptors represents in their work the many facets of the ancient Egyptian culture to the Greco Roman civilization as well as the Coptic and Islamic heritage.
Exhibition: Circles In The Sand
Artist: Sayed Saad El Din
Address: 8 El Kamel Mohamed Street, Zamalek
When: 15th March-10st April
Details: Time goes by. And the years go past. And somehow and for some unknown reasons, we remain in love, infatuated by its sand, smitten by its sun, struck by its Nile, burdened by its glorious past, and bonded to its people. Sayed Saad El Din helps us understand, put some Sufi reasoning into this piercing feeling of attachment, of belonging to a land where kindness still exists hidden underneath the sand, where warmth wraps the mind and soul past a blazing sun, where harmony is concealed behind turmoil, and where hope prevails, though tomorrow is capricious.
Exhibition: Beyond Photography
Artist: Hussein Gohar
Address: First floor of the Yamama Center, 3 Taha Hussein , Zamalek
When: 2nd April-16ts April
Details: Hussein Gohar, born in 1964 in Egypt, is a gynecologist by profession and a photographer by passion.
When asked about his fondness for the abstract, Hussein said “Abstract photography does not play by the rules. In fact, it’s the ideal opportunity to break the rules.”