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Visit aims to feature artistic assets, creations of young Egyptian artists
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Many underground musical bands found a chance to perform in front of large numbers of people and many graffiti artists expressed their opinions on the walls of the streets of Egypt.
It provides rehearsals, trainings, and festivals with small fees to fight art commercialisation
Exhibition features paintings about identity from various perspectives
A “substantial” gap exists between constitutional protections for expression and the reality Egyptian artists face, according to a new report
The large exhibition showcased a variety of artists and artistic styles of exceptional quality
Online art magazine hopes to get the word out about local talents
After months of death and destruction Adel Heine is looking forward to the artistic expressions that will hopefully give a voice to the experiences of a nation in turmoil
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Mahatat furthers the decentralisation of art by launching a new project in the governorate of Damietta.
Eka3 aims to represent artists from the independent music scene in order to take care of the business side and free them up to do what they do best
Taha Hussein’s statue is one of sculptor Essam Darwish’s most important works
The works require you to look past the purposefully organic but generic feel of the works in order to follow the artist’s creative process
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Abdo Gobeer’s commitment to his ecolodge helps create a place of peaceful serenity
“The idea is to have an alternative space in the form of a casual venue. We want to create something different and we want the place to be a kind of comprehensive cultural apartment with an informal setting. You do not have to be an artist to visit, just someone who is interested.”
Even before the recent clashes, artists say they have regularly been the target of religious hardliners in post- revolution Tunisia. And they are surprised that the more moderate regime that replaced Ben Ali has not defended the nation’s artists.