Latest in Tag: art Highlight
Latest in Tag: art
The first edition of the annual festival focuses on emerging Egyptian artists in photography and video
The exhibition features various angles of Egypt’s streets, buildings, and people
The statue brilliantly captured the famous movie Pirates of the Caribbean as it resembled the talented actor Johnny Depp.
Adele’s record-breaking deal with Sony has made history in the music business. According to German musician Dieter Gorny, the British singer is one of the few European stars able to appeal to people around the world.
“He used to define himself as a painter for flowers. I wanted this perspective of nature and greenery to dictate my spring collection,” says the designer
For many years, the image of Liège – a mining town in eastern Belgium – wasn’t particularly good. But today, the city has redefined itself as a cultural metropolis. What’s behind Liège’s newfound identity?
Daily News Egypt met Ghaly in the streets of the fifth settlement, where he asked for a genuine opinion regarding his innovation
Video by Ahmed Hendawy and Asmaa Gamal Editing by Omar Korashi
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.
Contradicting answers for why there was a raid and why it was shut down
“The idea itself received massive positive feedback, that boosted my motivation to create more and more,” says artist
Crowd funding ongoing for space as group can no longer provide “safe and judgement-free environment” they promise, says project manager
“Marwa Adel is one of the most professional photographers in the world, and she has a statement to make, and it is a very important one regarding women and society,” said Professor Shems Friedlander, director of the AUC’s photographic gallery.
Nine of these paintings have Said’s signature on them. For his 118th anniversary, the loyal art-lover and fan showcased printed and magnified versions of his original paintings in her art gallery.
Male graffitist accuses Swedish-funded project of painting over revolution to save dignity, but is called sexist by project’s leader
Connoisseurs and contemporary art critics say Art Dubai has yet to reach the level of the world’s most established markets, like Art Basel, however its emerging market feel provides a special buzz.
This year, the festival brought a new idea that brings out arts’ social responsibility.
“We are trying to represent women who are trying to find love in anything,” says El-Said
Deana Shabaan’s designs occupy the heart of the store with their oriental and boho-style that sums up the store’s spirit perfectly.
Artist Nada Baraka has her first solo-exhibition “Fractals”, where she uses abstract work to explore perceptions of the human body
Egyptian Streets met up with Ezzat Ismail Ezzat and Barbora ‘Bashka’ Jombikova, two of the driving spirits behind the event
Through music production, educational workshops and activities promoting innovation, the project aims to contribute to finding solutions to the conflict over water resources
An interview with Kim Beamish, the director of “The Tentmakers of Cairo”, which was screened at Cairo International Film Festival
With his latest installation, ‘The Beautiful Ones Are Not Yet Born’, Ibrahim Ahmed tries to expose people to power and the attractiveness it has