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GAZBIA SIRRY EXHIBITION "TIME & PLACE 2012" , Cairo , Egypt

GAZBIA SIRRY EXHIBITION "TIME & PLACE 2012"

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Where: Zamalek Art Gallery
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ZAMALEK ART GALLERY
11, Brazil Street, Apt 2, First Floor, Zamalek , Cairo, Egypt
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ARTIST GAZBIA SIRRY was born in Cairo, she studied fine arts and became a professor in the painting department of the faculty of Art education, Helwan University.

Gazbia is considered one of the leading Egyptian artists, with a varied and innovative career of more than 50 years.

Her career is rich and diversified, and is characterized by an extraordinary versatility. It would be difficult, though, to confine and limit Gazbia in any traditional school, although her vivid and bold brushstrokes share features with neo-expressionism: a school of individuality and personality.

With a rich curriculum, including more than 50 personal exhibitions, from Paris to Washington, from Venice to Sao Paolo, from Kuwait to Tunis, official purchases by international museums, international prizes, scholarships and important university chairs, Gazbia continues to paint for the love of art, a way to express her joys and fears. Describing her art, Mokhtar El Attar, said:

"Gazbia does not paint, but rather pours her soul, talent and intelligence on the canvas".


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