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Divine Art of Egypt
Connecting ancient and modern Egypt though the masterpieces of contemporary Egyptian Artists using papyrus paper, as a form of unity between each artist and their masterpiece – a medium many of which haven’t used before – shares a Modern aspect of Egyptian advancement to a new audience, allowing Egyptians abroad to connect with their heritage, and non- Egyptians to learn about Egypt in an innovative way. Read More
Living in the United States all my life and becoming an Art collector over the years, I had a nagging feeling that there is a story to tell. I want to help create more awareness and bridge cultures and Art is the most obvious way to do it. It lent a sense of communication that allows people from different cultures and different times to communicate with each other via images, sounds, stories. Art has the power to influence and inspire. Read More
A New Legacy: Contemporary Art of Egypt
” The brilliance of this project is the attempt to familiarize western audiences with notable contemporary talents from Egypt, through a relatively ancient and well known medium “Papyrus”.
I deeply believe in the power of art in creating bridges between countries and cultures, very similar in a lot of respects to the work of diplomacy
Inspiring Egyptian Artists to produce their Art on papyrus creates a new message to a new audience. I am sure this exhibition will attract a wide interest among those interested in contemporary art, those interested in ancient Egyptian materials and those interested in Egyptian culture in general.
Egypt, as we all know, has an amazing heritage; one replete with distinction in terms of achievements as well as opportunities for investment; it is a country blessed with a wealth of potential, whether in terms of its very clever human capital or the myriad of comparative advantages it inherently possesses, such as its weather, antiquities, agriculture, coasts and more recently, industry
Not only papyrus helped to survive the heritage of Egypt but it was Egypt’s gift to the world as all the neighbor nations borrowed the new pioneering way to preserve their own heritage of art and writing systems as well as in their many correspondences.