for October 2015
Artist: Ahmed Nawar “Nawar’s Journey”
When: 1st – 22nd October 2015
Address: 6, Brazil St., Zamalek
Details: Safarkhan have the pleasure to present you with one of Nawar’s latest explorative journeys that witnesses his love for art.
Artist: Salah El-Mur “The Last of Domestic Rituals”
When: 11th October – 19th November 2015
Address: 8, Champollion St. Downtown
Details: Sudanese culture is the major theme in Salah El-Mur’s artistic experiment. In addition to its unique geographical features, which unfold interestingly across different provinces in the country, Sudan’s cultural heritage is highlighted by several tribal communities. Regardless of their heterogeneous traditions, habits, languages, folkloric songs, and vernacular, these tribes are part of the deeply rooted fabric of the Sudanese nation. These characteristics are unique and are not found in other countries, which is why El-Mur draws his artistic vocabulary, elements, and symbols from Sudanese culture. He also seeks inspiration from the faces of people and warm family relationships, friends and songs and folklore, and, of course, the country’s green fields and mighty river, the Nile.
Artist: Maged Mekhail “Many Rivers To Cross”
When: 12th October – 15th November 2015
Address: 8 El Kamel Mohamed St., Zamalek