Mr. Hosny was born in Alexandria, at that time one of the most important and cosmopolitan cities in the world. The heterogeneous society that made its home there successfully combined the culture and values of Europe and the East, a rich convergence that had a lasting influence on Minister Hosny’s artistic and professional development.
Gihan Suleiman was born in Kuwait, in 1966. She studied at the Faculty of Fine Arts – Painting Department – Alexandria University, 1983/1988, and pursued advanced studies in Fine Arts earning a Master Degree in “Color as an expressive value in modern painting.”, 1994. Gihan Suleiman also has done PhD in “Nature in the Contemporary Painting”. She was selected for Honoree prize in 5th Cairo International Biennale 1994.
Attia studied at the College of Fine Arts in Cairo , and pursued advanced studies in painting and sculpture at the Egyptian Academy of Fine Arts in Rome . Attia also received an MFA in sculpture from the University of Pennsylvania . He represented Egypt at the Venice Biennial in 1995 taking the top pavilion prize with Akram Al-Magdoub.
Mahmoud El Dowaihy , Born in Aswan 1979 ,; a gifted Artist , who was discovered by the renowned Artist . Adam Henein who became his Mentor for the past 15 years , through this time El Dowaihy has proven that he is naturally gifted Artist , and the best apprentice to Adam Henien although he never went to Aan Art school , but his talent was polished at Henien’s Atelier till today where he stands tall among the established Sculptors in the Middle East.
Mohamed Taha Hussein was born in Gamalia on 14 February 1929. He was raised in the historical districts encompassing the environs of El Azhar and Sayedna El Hussein mosques. Both areas are rich with Islamic architecture and centers of cultural activity as places of religious and political discourse, with its richness of social and political traditions, political pulse, and human behavior. So he lived in a unique atmosphere of a special place among the Arab world which inevitably contributed to the depth and religious references in his art while.