The colors of the Nile
Exhibition in the context of the Rallye Exposes Views of Africa 2017
June 21st to July 9th, 2017
A special evening of tribute to artists and open to all is scheduled July 6th, 2017 at 6 pm
The Quebec’s Masters and Artisans Museum is pleased to welcome the artists of the collective Egyptian-Egyptian as part of their exhibition which will mark the closing of the Rallye Exposes Views of Africa 2017.
The exhibition Les couleurs du Nil, organized in partnership with the Egyptian Bureau of Cultural Affairs* of the Consulate General of Egypt in Montreal and Vues d’Afrique, will feature works by painters and photographers Abdlmounem Mouawad, Ufemia Rizk, Karim Awwad, Magdoline Youssef, Marlene-Luce Tremblay, Mona Agia, Nayera ElGamal, Nihad Abdlazim, Nikola Zitoun, Ragai Karas and Wadie ElMahdy.
Curator: Bousmaha Seddiki
Their achievements illustrate the history of Egypt, the cradle of civilization, but also the art and culture of the country. This exhibition is a real bridge that spans the shores of memory and the future. The Egyptian civilization does not belong only to the Egyptians, it is a heritage for humanity in all its diversity.
As Montreal prepares to celebrate its 375th anniversary and Canada’s 150th anniversary, this event is a great citizen’s initiative that invites the public to revisit and pay tribute to the legacy of the pluralistic Egypt.
An activity for children – families is scheduled on July 8th from 2 pm to 4 pm.
* The Egyptian Bureau of Cultural Affairs and Education provides services throughout Canada and organizes cultural and scientific activities with other institutes related to Egypt.