Zamalek’s Demi Contemporary Art Gallery has recently added two new artworks by Egyptian artists, Miriam Hathout and Menna Halawa.
Celebrated Egyptian artist Miriam Hathout has Joyfully announced the exhibition of her latest piece, “Variations on the Donkey” at Demi gallery in Zamalek.
Regarding her painting, the artist wrote: Why the donkey? Let me feed your curiosity and give you a straight answer to the most frequent question I’ve received throughout my artistic career. The donkey is a very misunderstood creature that is majorly oppressed, burdened, miserable, patient, obedient, intelligent, and loyal to its owner. I love it very much, and I love to paint it.
It is noteworthy that Hathout obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2002. Moreover, she held 20 solo exhibitions in Egypt and abroad in Switzerland, Germany, and England, in addition to a bilateral exhibition in Venice.
She also took part in several group exhibitions in Austria, France, Switzerland, Italy, England, Kuwait, Malta, Sweden, Finland, Lebanon, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, and Dubai.
And most prominently, she has original artwork exhibited in numerous countries, including Germany, Italy, America, Australia, Belgium, Saudi Arabia, Dubai, Spain, France, England, Serbia, Qatar, and Libya.
On the other hand, artist Menna Halawa talked about her painting “The Magic of Coffee”. She called the cup of coffee a magical haven that travels with you to the worlds inside and outside of you, opens doors of inner secrets and reflections, and accompanies you in what has come and what has passed.
The renowned artist holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from 2002 and a master’s degree in fine arts in Brazilian painting in the twentieth century, 2013. She additionally participated in many group art exhibitions and many major art events.