Egypt’s culture min. inaugurates “Selections of European Art” exhibition on Sept. 15

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Wed, 16 Sep 2020 - 01:59 GMT

One of the artworks exhibited in the "Selections of European Art" exhibition - screenshot from video

One of the artworks exhibited in the "Selections of European Art" exhibition - screenshot from video

CAIRO – 16 September 2020: Egypt’s Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem inaugurated on September 15 the fifth exhibition in the series of “Our Museums' Treasures” initiative, in the presence of Spain’s ambassador to Egypt, the Spanish cultural advisor in Cairo, Head of the Fine Arts Sector Khaled Sorour and artist Ihab el-Laban.

 

At the opening of the exhibition entitled "Selections of European Art", Abdel Dayem expressed her happiness with the resumption of art exhibitions' activities. She indicated that the series of exhibitions provides an opportunity to rediscover the plastic arts that narrate parts of the story of the artistic history of human civilization.

 

 

All segments of society, especially young people, were invited to visit the exhibition and see Egypt's rare artistic wealth and to get acquainted with the colors of the plastic trends that dominated Europe during the 18th and 19th centuries.

 

It is noteworthy that the “Selections of European Art” will run until October 31, displaying more than 100 artworks selected from the private collections of various art museums in Egypt.

 

 

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