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Mostafa Rahma

About Mostafa Rahma

78 Artworks
Born in 1952, Mostafa Rahma is an Egyptian painter living and working in Cairo. He was very much influenced by the iconic singer, Om Kalthoum, not just as an artist but mainly as a powerful woman. In his 'Hawanem' series, Rahma portrays these women very affectionately. Showing their boundless love of life, their strength, classiness as he lovingly exposes their particular daily habits & lives (cigarettes, drinks, laughter, parties). Rahma has participated in countless group and solo exhibitions, both in Egypt and abroad. He has also published several books for children for which he has been awarded in 2004. He is also the recipient of several other awards including the Prince Faisal Bin Talal Award (1992), the Cultural Sector Award at Sharjah (1994), the Abu Dhabi Cultural Center Award (1996). His work has been acquired in private collections, both locally and abroad. See more
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