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Bahrain's Streets Celebrate Farouk Hosny Exhibition

Mon 10 Jan 2022 | 06:49 PM
Ahmed Moamar

The streets of the Bahraini Kingdom capital celebrate the exhibition of the prominent plastic artist Farouk Hosy, where the exhibition banners spread in the streets of Manama, the capital city of the Kingdom of Bahrain.

This is the second exhibition of the artist Farouk Hosny in the Kingdom of Bahrain, and the first time was in 1992 at the Bahrain National Museum.

The exhibition includes 45 artworks produced from 2020 through 2021 in an abstract style characterized by the artist Farouk Hosny, in addition to 7 sculpture works inspired by Hosni’s abstract works dedicated to him and made by the Bahraini sculptor Khaled Farhan.

Farouk Hosny's style has developed in the realm of this aesthetic and philosophical analytical doctrine that still guides him in his life, believing that art in general and painting, in particular, can be used as a vision and a tool to reshape and enrich society.

The artist does everything in his power to communicate his feelings and personal experiences to the public, using harmonious colors to interview full of liveliness and surprising composition.

The Bahraini public is known for being a connoisseur and lover of arts and culture in general and of the artist Farouk Hosny and his works in particular.

Farouk Hosny is considered a milestone in Egyptian culture and arts, as he is one of the most prominent contemporary plastic artists in Egypt and the Arab world, where his works have been shown in the most important museums of the world, such as the Metropolitan Museum in New York, Houston Museum of Art and Fort Lauderdale Museum in the United States of America (USA), and the Vigor Museum of Art in Tokyo Japan, the Louvre Carrousel in Paris, the Vittoriano Museum in Rome Italy, the National Museum in Vienna, and many special exhibitions in European and Arab countries.