Today’s daily dose of art is Hana El Sagini‘s latest solo exhibition, Moments; taking place in Zamalek Art Gallery from the 29th of April, till the 21st of May! El Sagini joined the Metafora Academy of Contemporary Art in Barcelona back in 2014 and returned back to establish her own Art School in Cairo, teaching young talents the love of art, both conceptually and in practice. She also participated in several exhibitions in Cairo & Barcelona in 2015, 2016 & 2017.
Hana El-Sagini is pursuing her love of Art with contemporary ideas and a modern mixing of mediums, combining painting, sculpture, and mixed media into a single form that attempts to illustrate her journey through life and its endless possibilities.
“Niva” , mixed media on cutout and suspended wood #niva #cutout #mixedmedia #wood #solo #exhibition #Repost @zamalekartgallery with @get_repost ・・・ In this body of work, Hana El-Sagini creates a creative and contemporary artistic approach where the values of painting, sculpting and installation are harmoniously applied … In perfect craftsmanship, wood is cut, painted and re-assembled; not always within the same order depending on the nature of the piece and its comprehensive message. Then comes the critical stage of lights and shadows to El-Sagini’s work, as the pieces derive their depth from the way they are hung or installed within the overall surrounding. It is the place it belongs to that adds life to every piece, being a true part of its existence. . “Moments” by Hana El-Sagini opens TOMORROW on Sunday April 29th at 7pm! Join us for unique debut solo exhibition! . #Exhibition #opening #hanaelsagini #Egyptianartist #Egyptianart #Modernart #contemporary #figural #interiors #Interiordesign #worldinterior #design #Galleriesnow #Artcollectors #painting #sculpture #bronze #artdubai #frieze #artcollecting #youngartcollectors #londonart #happeningnow @hanasagini
Hana El-Sagini creates a creative and contemporary artistic approach where the values of painting, sculpting, and installation are harmoniously applied. In perfect craftsmanship, wood is cut, painted and re-assembled; not always within the same order depending on the nature of the piece and its overarching message.