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Ali Abdel Mohsen’s new artworks still scream out “WHY?”
Lara El Gibaly | These days, there is less blood to spill and more bile to swallow
The bourgeoisie, real estate & nation-building, or how the Egyptian & Middle Eastern art markets operate, part 2
Ahmed Naji | State financial policies continued to liberalize in the 1990s so as to integrate Egypt into the new world
The bourgeoisie, real estate & nation-building, or how the Egyptian & Middle Eastern art markets operate, part 1
Ahmed Naji | In 1989, Egyptian billionaire businessman Nassef Sawiris walked in to a trade fair at the Marriott Hotel
A beginner’s guide to downtown’s alternative art scene
Rowan El Shimi | Downtown Cairo has long had a strong relationship with the arts. It boasts the capital’s largest cluster
Gypsum Gallery’s first year: An alternative in the making
Ismail Fayed | With nine shows for its first year, Gypsum Gallery is proving itself to be a different and perhaps alternative
Third Eye offers insights into young artists’ use of images
Ismail Fayed | Third Eye is welcome in the context of increasing polarization between an atrophying state-controlled
Dad, what is the color of God?
Maha ElNabawi | In Bassem Yousri’s RGB (1), the artist’s mind seems to explode onto the gallery walls in a fragmented
A review of Hany Rashed’s toys
Mai Elwakil | For months now, Hany Rashed has been fascinated with the possibilities of plastic. He
Shayma Kamel’s Cinderella paintings
A little girl in Egypt dreams of being a beautiful Disney princess. In a sense, she’s encouraged. Her
 
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