Art D’Egypte began its international contemporary art exhibition, “Forever Is Now,” at the Giza Plateau in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities and UNESCO.
The exhibition continues until November 30, and features the participation of 12 artists from 11 countries from around the world, specifically Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Tunisia, Italy, Britain, Sweden, America, Spain, Cameroon and France, and Egypt.
The participants will present ambitious and environmentally friendly artwork against the backdrop of the Giza Pyramids.
The founder of Art D’Egypte, Nadine Abdel-Ghaffar, said:
“Our global success last year motivated us to develop new plans that will once again astonish the world. For UNESCO, it is a site of global influence, as we work to revitalize the glory of ancient civilizations with public art and contemporary significance, linking the old and the new, the past and the future through artworks presented by international and regional artists in this historical area.”
She added that the second edition of exhibition envisions a future based on knowledge from the past – for there can be no conception of the future without history.