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VOLUME 5 PART 1

 

1 October - 26 October 2013

Featuring works by:

Hany Rashed (Egypt)
Iman Hasbani (Syria)

Hany Rashed Egyptian contemporary visual artist Hany Rashed is exhibiting a collection of artworks produced in the aftermath of the January 25 revolution.
As the events of the uprising unfolded, Rashed resided and worked in Cairo, at times too
overwhelmed with its turbulence to be able to paint it.

Iman Hasbani was born in Swidaa, Syria. She earned a diploma and BFA in painting both from Damascus University. From 2006-2012 Iman was a professor in the department of theater design at Damascus University. She currently lives and works in Syria.

Hany Rashed (Egypt)
The Square
Mixed media on canvas
160 x 140 cm

Hany Rashed (Egypt)
Mohammad Mahmoud Street
Mixed media on canvas
160 x 140 cm

Hany Rashed (Egypt)
January 82
Mixed media on canvas
160 x 140 cm

Hany Rashed (Egypt)
Autobis Station
Mixed media on canvas
160 x 140 cm

Iman Hasbani (Syria)
Phobia
Oil on canvas
180 x 170 cm

Iman Hasbani (Syria)
Phobia
Oil on canvas
180 x 170 cm

Iman Hasbani (Syria)
Phobia
Oil on canvas
180 x 170 cm

Iman Hasbani (Syria)
Phobia
Oil on canvas
180 x 170 cm