27 November-17 December 2010. This exhibition brings together a series of colourful paintings by the Egyptian artist Samir Fouad entitled Flesh.
Fouad portrays the anxiety of modern man through the contradictory meanings of the word flesh, which are separated by a very fine line that reflects the struggles inside every individual and deal with devouring, sacrifice, love, seduction and sexuality.
Fouad likes to depict the two elements of movement and time in most of his works and also puts all his figures in relation to place.
Since 1970 Fouad has participated to ten solo exhibitions in Cairo and Britain as well as about 35 collective since the 1970s.
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Flesh by Samir Fouad
Picasso Art Gallery. 30 Hassan Assem St., Zamalek, Cairo, tel. +20 (0)2 7367544. Mon-Fri 10.00-21.00.