Emaar Misr hosts Art and Deco exhibition for art and furniture at Uptown Cairo in the heart of Cairo

The exhibition comes as part of Emaar Misr's framework in hosting and sponsoring cultural and artistic events


Cairo – In the presence of a number of Ambassadors and celebrities, Emaar Misr has organized Art and Deco exhibition for art and furniture, in cooperation with Cleg Art Gallery and Madar Furniture and Decoration, at the Uptown Cairo Sales Center in the heart of Cairo.

The exhibition comes as part of Emaar Misr’s framework in hosting and sponsoring cultural and artistic events, in order to support the art scene and in particular to promote Egyptian artists. The exhibition, held over four days through to March 7th, will be attended by 62 artists. The works of Egyptian artists such as Salah Taher, Youssef Francis, Abdel Aziz Darwish, and Kamel Mostafa will be exhibited. The exhibition also features workshops and artistic trends such as plastic art through the works of Ahmed Dafrawy, Abou Bakr Al Nawawy, Abdel Aziz Al Tamimi, and abstract art with the works of Britt Boutros Ghaly, Fayrouz Samir, and Katrina Vrebalovich.

Hassan El Sharq presents folkloric arts, while realistic arts are presented by Sami Abdallah and Amany Hamada, Eslam El Rehany and Islam Nagdi will present Cubism, while George Bahgoury and Mohsen Aboul Azm will showcase caricature art. The surrealist arts of the artist Nabil Ali, and the sculptures by Ahmed Abdel Wahab, Rana Chalaby, Ihab El Assiouty, Ammar Shiha will also be featured.

During the exhibition, a panel discussion was held with the participation of artists Ayman Taher and Hassan Al-Shark, interior designers Nihal Leheta, Hisham Ghorab, Karim El Hayawan, and Mohamed Attia to discuss modern and classic trends in interior design that mix between paintings and furniture.


About Emaar Misr:

Emaar Misr (SAE) is a leading developer of premium lifestyle communities in Egypt. It is a majority owned subsidiary of Emaar Properties PJSC, a publicly listed real estate company based in the United Arab Emirates. Emaar Misr’s land bank of 17.4 million square metres is distributed among four prime locations strategically located in East, West and Central Cairo as well as Egypt’s Mediterranean coast.

The current development portfolio of Emaar Misr includes Uptown Cairo; a pioneering master planned community, located in the center of Cairo and designed to feature Emaar Square, a vibrant central hub. Emaar Misr’s other projects are Marassi, a tourism-oriented lifestyle destination on the North Coast, Mivida, a new benchmark in residential development located in New Cairo, and Cairo Gate project in Sheikh Zayed City, as well as the additional 500-acre project in Sheikh Zayed City.

Emaar Misr has also recently launched its latest projects, Cairo Gate, which is an integrated residential and commercial project located directly on the Cairo-Alexandria Desert Road in one of the most distinguished places in Sheikh Zayed City.

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