On Thursday of last week, Egyptian Ambassador in Rome Hisham Badr inaugurated a fine arts exhibition under the name “Colors of Egypt VI”.
In the presence of a number of Egyptian and foreign diplomats, the exhibit was opened under the auspices of embassy official and cultural attaché Dr. Hajar Seif El-Nasr.
It presents the works of Egyptian artists Farida Darwish, Dina Fahmy, Rasha Ghaleb, and Farida El Kouni, who together, aim to rectify the image of Egyptian women in the West along with reminding the world of the beauty of Egypt and its ancient civilization.
It is notable to mention, that this fine arts exhibit is the sixth for the four Egyptian artists, as they previously displayed their works under the same title in Paris, Berlin, Madrid, London, and Vienna.
The artists’ previous exhibitions were exceptionally successful and got highly appreciated due to the diversity of their paintings, since each artist has her own unique character and distinctive style of painting.
The exhibition is taking place in the Egyptian Office of Cultural and Educational Relations in the Italian capital until Wednesday, 15 May 2019.