New Art within Old Walls

6 May 2017

ARCHiNOS has completed the conservation of the mediaeval reception hall of Sultan Qaitbey, but the building adapted to be a space for art and culture in the “City of the Dead” in Cairo remains alive. The latest event is the art exhibition organised by ARCHiNOS and its not-for-profit arm, the Sultan Foundation, in cooperation with the Faculty of Applied Arts of Helwan University. In Sultan’s lofty hall, twenty-one Egyptian artists present their works in various styles and techniques. 
Dr Isaak Azmy, the founder of the Design Centre Cairo, exhibits two paintings as a Guest of Honour.
As the exhibition opened on 5 May 2017, local craftspeople displayed their products in another “Sultan’s Fair”, while children enjoyed a training workshop in singing in another nearby building restored by ARCHiNOS.

If you are in Cairo, don’t miss the exhibition, which remains open until 25 May!

Exhibition in Sultan Qaitbey's building, "City of the Dead" - ARCHiNOS