Within the framework of the activities of the Year of Humanitarian Cooperation 2021, Murad Gatin, Director of Russian Cultural Centers in Egypt, inaugurated an art exhibition by the Russian artist, Vladimir Vakhroshev, entitled “My Peaceful Homeland”, in the Exhibition Hall of the Russian House in Cairo,
Marina Sheveleva, Counselor of the Belarus Embassy, Sherif Gad, director of cultural activity at the Russian Cultural Center, and a large crowd of Egyptian artists attended the ceremony.
The art show runs for two days in Cairo and then moves to Alexandria.
For his part, Murad Gatin expressed his happiness with the presence of “Fakhrushev” in Egypt, which he always describes as being in his heart.
And about the paintings, “Gatin” said that they are wonderful and distinguished, as they depict thoroughly the Russian countryside and its picturesque nature with unparalleled accuracy that sends a desire to visit it in everyone who sees it.
In addition to the tourist and natural places in Egypt, such as Aswan and the Red Sea, Gatin wished the audience to enjoy watching them.
While “Fakhrushev” stated that he is happy to be in Egypt, which whenever he leaves it, he always thinks about it until he returns to it again, and thanked the Russian House headed by “Murad Gatin” for the hospitality and warm reception.
The visiting Russian artist pointed out that all his paintings that he brought with him this time are natural scenes painted in oil colors and not for specific people.
And he also expressed his happiness with the rich artistic dialogue he had with his fellow Egyptian artists.
While “Sherif Gad” welcomed the Russian artist, whose visit coincides with the end of the art show “Russia in Egyptian Colors”, in which 60 Egyptian artists participated with paintings about Russia.
Today, “Vladimir” presents his works about Egypt, which he always says is inside him and does not leave him.
In conclusion, the artist “Ahmed Saad El-Din” presented a group of Egyptian folk songs, which won the admiration of the audience, members of the Russian diplomatic mission and Egyptian plastic artists.
Translated by Ahmed Moamar