El-Hanager Arts Center hosts “The Puzzle” Art Exhibition on Dec. 13



Mon, 07 Dec 2020 - 02:15 GMT


Mon, 07 Dec 2020 - 02:15 GMT

Part of Ghada Embarek's worlks - ET

Part of Ghada Embarek's worlks - ET

CAIRO – 7 December 2020: The fifth exhibition of the artist, Ghada Embarek, entitled "The Puzzle", will be opened at El-Hanager Art Center on December 13 at 6 p.m., in the Adam Haneen Hall in the El Hanager Art Center at the Egyptian Opera House, under the supervision of artist Mohamed Desouky, director general of the Center.


About the exhibition, artist Ghada Embarek says that it includes 28 small-sized paintings and 17 large-sized paintings, all of which simulate our lives, which is a puzzle that we try to write by ourselves and some write it for us. We start it without our will and it also ends without our will, but between the beginning and the end, it is a short story.


The exhibition will run until December 18.


It is noteworthy that the artist, Ghada Embarak, graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Zamalek, and traveled to Japan for three years. She merged into different styles and types of cultures and arts, adding to her intellectual and visual balance, then she held two exhibitions in Cairo in 1991 and 1992.


In 2011 she traveled to the heart of Sinai to teach Bedouin women the art of decorating their homes.


In 2017 she held her third exhibition (Endangered) at the American International School.


In the same year, she participated in the Art Without Borders exhibition, which was held in Rome, Italy, and also the eleventh International Biennial of Florence in Italy.


Her fourth exhibition (The Last) was held at the Diplomatic Cultural Center in Zamalek in March 2019.




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