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CAIRO – 14 August 2017: Photographer Denis Dailleux will visit Egypt on 16 August, showing off his body of work and how he portrayed Egyptian life while discussing his creative career.
Born on 1958 in France, Dailleux is a French artist who has lived in Egypt for some time, immersing himself within the culture, exploring it through the lens of his camera. Dailleux's work provides a strikingly personal look into modern Egyptian life, as his portraits capture the lives of his anonymous subjects as naturally as possible through subjects such as Tuk Tuk drivers, Slums and even the aftermath of the 25th January Revolution.
Wednesday will see the artist host a talk at Photopia in Heliopolis, Cairo titled Denis Dailleux: Behind the Stories from Egypt, Ghana, and France. It will run from 7pm – 9pm, and costs LE 40 for entrance.
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