Mohamed Rabie is part of the general exhibition “faces forgotten », group exhibition, taking place at Palace of arts, Cairo Opera House ground – May 22nd – June 20th 2016
Egypt’s famed Cairo Opera House (Cairo’s National Cultural Centre) is located on the southern end of Gezira Island, which is also home to the district of Zamalek.
The National Cultural Centre houses several galleries one of which is the Art Gallery in the main building of the Cairo Opera House. The entrance is opposite the Box Office.
Since the inauguration of the Cairo Opera House in 1988, the Art Gallery has been an active venue for many important exhibitions and events like the Annual Exhibition for the International Photography Competition (Holland) and the Egyptian Plastic Art Pioneers Exhibition representing the different art schools in Egypt.
Thus, the gallery complements the International Plastic Art Movement and contributes to bridging the gap between western and Egyptian art. The Arabic Calligraphy Exhibition is another significant annual event held there.
The Art Gallery opens daily (except Fridays) from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. and from 4.30 p.m. – 8.30 p.m.