AL MASAR GALLERYÂ â”‚Contemporary Art
Under the High Patronage of H.E The Minister of Culture & Artist Farouk Hosny
The wider the vision Â…the narrower the expression
Muhammad bin Abdel Gabbar El Nafri ( 300-361. Hejri )
May 10thÂ –Â June 7th 2009
Adam Henien | Essam Darwish |Â Hassan Kamel |Â Mohamed Radwan | Hany Faisal | Mohamed El-Dowaihy | Maged Mikhail
The exhibition draws emphasis on the importance of the landmark, pioneer Egyptian Artist Adam Henein as a creative mentor, leader and a source of inspiration to young sculptors who have become stars of today’s Egyptian art movement.
The exhibition features: Artist Adam Henein who will present three new sculptures that were never exhibited before. The artist Adam Henien will proudly host 6 younger sculptors those who has been part of his path in art through the past 2 decades:
Essam Darwish, Hassan Kamel, Hany Feisal, Muhammed Radwan Khalil, Mahmoud El Dowaihy, and Maged Mikheal.
The Egyptian contemporary sculpture suffered a great decline over the last three decades, that reached the limit of collapse from the seventies to the nineties, due to numerous of reasons Such as the disappearance of masters and mentors of sculptor art.
Aswan International Sculpture Symposium was deemed a pact among the young Egyptian sculptors and the challenge encouraging them, to swiftly move on in confidence towards the serious sculpture work of art. With the material, the sculptors became one, which is the stones that led to the creation of new vocabulary of emotion and expression. While each one of them managed to keep his personal artistic identity, and the convoy moved on.
Some may not know, that the Egyptian sculptor has become an Egyptian ambassador for arts, a person invited to participate in several international gatherings for sculpture around the globe. The true reservoir of any nation is their dreams and ability of imagination. If wisely used, it creates a new world throbbing with art and life