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It is Annually exhibition project organized by EAN group for international artistic cooperation for bright flashing points in the formative artistic movement whose works traveled around several international exhibitions. It is an annual project that sheds light on a group of artists in several artistic fields. it aims at the convergence of these enlightened points in the nucleus of the coming generations to renew the artistic dialogue through gathering in a single point again, EAN group performs a dialogue of cultures through holding activities of local and international workshops and preparing the appropriate environment through different arts. EAN egyptian artists network is a non profit website for Egyptian artists, hosting their artworks, news and their activities, it's aim to provide artists and the definition of the Egyptians for the various institutions and activities inside/outside of Egypt and give the opportunity for their participation in workshops, residency,..etc., it's created to host a digital network of communication between the members of EAN and the others visual artists, workshops, centers and residencies in /out of Egypt. in addition to create a network between events in Alexandria with the others in Africa and all countries. in Arabic EAN means eye in English, for bright flashing points in the formative artistic movement that sheds light on a group of artists in several artistic fields. it aims at the convergence of these enlightened points in the nucleus of the coming generations to renew the artistic dialogue through gathering in a single point again, EAN performs a dialogue of cultures through holding activities of local and international workshops and preparing the appropriate environment through different arts. EAN is serves to activate and enrich artistic, cultural and intellectual movement in the city of Alexandria and activates events and partnerships for technical projects between Alexandria, Africa and the World, relying on the principle of cooperation and dialogue with others through organizing a series of collective local, regional and international workshops and exhibitions. This site is away from the official institutions or private institutions and provides also an opportunity for the new generation of young artists to display their experience to allow them the opportunity to participate in International activities. this site will be within the international artistic networks, which is based artistic events of international goals. EAN network is partner of BJCEM association for the biennale of young artists from Europe and Mediterranean countries. www.bjcem.org


Egyptian Artists Network is one of three projects initiatives by EAN group for international artistic cooperation and founded by Moataz El Safty and Reem Hassan, they are a group of independent artists and curators, that serves to activate and enrich artistic, cultural and intellectual movement in the city of Alexandria. EAN group that serves to activate and enrich artistic, cultural and intellectual movement in the city of Alexandria and activates events and partnerships for projects between Alexandria and Africa and the World, relying on the principle of cooperation and dialogue with others through organizing a series of collective local, regional and international activities such as residencies, workshops, exhibitions...etc. This is in addition to courses in the fields of visual arts, media and broadcast for various age groups and social classes. EAN group aims to establishing an institution that support and nurture the artistic movement in general and especially in the fields of media arts and give real opportunities for young people to be freely creative. Increasing the area of artistic and cultural dialogue between Egyptian and foreign artists to increase the exchange of experiences and ideas among a number of workshops and art projects through Mid-Euro activities. Allowing every possible opportunity and not being limited to a specific set of specific age groups for sustaining functional activities and giving the opportunity to participate and assist fore all ages. Establishing several activities that rely primarily on the participation of ideas and dialogue and introducing the other. Establishment of several activities that depend primarily on what is new in the world of art and its relationship to technology, for example, Interactive Art which is an art based on interaction with the recipient of the creative work. Direction towards interacting with art students and contributing to the definition of various arts by contribution, assistance and participation in the international workshops to give them the information they need smoothly contrary to the conventional method adopted in academies through lectures. Complete artistic upbringing of members of the community as the educational process in Egypt lacks this important aspect. Nobody has supplemented it until now. Turning to teachers of art subjects at art schools and establishing workshops to raise the level of thinking and development capabilities as they are considered as the ones responsible for producing by their hands generations who may be interested or not interested in culture and arts. Creating partnership projects with institutions within and outside Egypt for a number of artistic activities and cultural exchange programs.


As visual artists Moataz El Safty www.egyptartists.com/artists/moataz_elsafty.htm had many opportunities to exhibit in Egypt and abroad. also he organized regularly international workshops in cultural places. in 2005, he initiative and founded AAW projects which including international activities such as workshops, residencies and youth creations. on 2006 and 2008 he organized some international workshops as AAW international artists workshop 2006 for visual artists and AAW international artists workshop for women 2008. In addition AAW international artists workshop for young artists 2012. In 2007, with other artists, he founded a new collective group called Dwayer Group. in 2008 he founded with Reem Hassan a new independent communication network called EAN group for international artistic cooperation, which is under construction as NGO - non profit association. The main projects of EAN group are AAW projects, EAN egyptian artists network and MUGA channel. www.egyptartists.com/aawprojects www.egyptartists.com . written by the curator Moataz El Safty mmmoataz@hotmail.com More information: FACEBOOK www.facebook.com/moatazface YOUTUBE http://www.youtube.com/user/MUGAassociation TWITTER www.twitter.com/MoatazElSafty WOOLOO.org www.wooloo.org/moatazelsafty ISSUU.com channel http://issuu.com/moatazel-safty

The participants:

Adel Moustafa – Egypt / Ahmet Ozel – Turkey / Albert Negredo – Spain / Ania Daria Merska – Poland / Chadi Adib – Egypt / Debora Fede – Italy / Hady Boraey – Egypt / Ibrahim El Tanbouli – Egypt / Jing Zhou - China-USA / Kadie Schmidt-Hackenberg – Germany / Mari Lagerquist – Sweden / Mohamed Nabil Abdl Sallam – Egypt / Mohamed Sabry – Egypt / Mohamed Keshk – Egypt / Monika Pichler – Austria / Mufit Isler – Turkey / Mutaz Elemam – Sudan / Patricia Goodrich – USA / Sally El Zeiny – Egypt / Soufiane Kennous - Morocco-USA/ Virginia Ryan - Australia-Italy / Waleed Matar – Egypt /


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Adel Moustafa / Egypt The assay of the artist (Adel Mustafa) depends on the artistic exciter from the city kinetic..tense elements ...these elements might be assimilated in different shapes and sizes of the buildings and also some of human portraits from the Egyptian society. The artist uses the photomontage method with different techniques of collage through photographs which is taken by him and he often depends on the coincidence for finding the elements of his art works, he also often uses neutral colors in his art works.

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Ahmet Ozel / Turkey Enthusiasm By making metaphysical allusions in these paintings, the artist has examined nihilism in a pitch black and silent existentialism in which the universe is silent in the dusk of two unknowns. The fertility of new lives and their continuity in other universes is transformed into a celebration of life with symphonic expressions against a backdrop of the evolution of never-ending life. The substances that develop in his intuition are revealed in an exalted spirituality peculiar to the artist.

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Albert Negredo / Spain Assow. 2013 Images Google search of Pilares, a polysemic word that induces the search of the title of the piece, Assow, a very scary images result. The theme of the print is the construction, the old physical, and the new, virtual. The construction and the deconstruction, the immovable, and the movable. The thing, static, and the life, in progress. Assow was a survival of an aeroplane accident, the rest of his life from the accident (hospital, doctors, nightmares) is the result of Google search, but I dislike this result, he actually should have another life, for the same reason this result be part of the past, but always changing. And if Pilar is Assow, everybody is Assow.

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Ania Daria Merska / Poland The circulation and the symbolism of the number of the four philosophic elements are the origin of the squaring the circle which is a symbol of the opus alchymicum or magnum, while the latter represents the stone of wisdom or lapis philosophicum but not in the form of gold but in the form of real wisdom equated with love. And exactly this is the crossroads with the artist’s idea of eternal, absolute love that she radiates through the entire artistic opus. By Mario BerdiÄ? Codella Art critic, July 2013, Maribor, Slovenia

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Chadi Adib / Egypt Unsymmetrical Installation by Chadi A. Salama Despite the similarities, but there is no symmetrical between the formats, and that what make us different and complementary to each other, seeking for the perfection.

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Monika Pichler / Austria Archeron Some years ago, we visited Greece. It was lovely there in summer and we (me and my family) enjoyed swimming in the sea and lying in the sun. One day, on our way to the next city, we passed a terrible traffic accident. My husband said: „Don`t look!“, but we both ( my daughter and me ) looked and saw some terrible things. The whole day I could not think of anything else, it was a day, where death was present. Some of the photos I used for the collage are from that day. The Archeron is a lovely river, located in the Epirus region of northwest Greece. In ancient Greek mythology, Archeron was known as one of the five rivers of the Greek underworld. I took the name of this river for the titel of my Photo-collage, because Archeron is connecting our world with another one (maybe) The connection between life and death is the theme of my work.

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Debora Fede / Italy Small Soldier A moment of a child's game is fixed by click photo to relate the experience of children with the full relevance today. Unfortunately, children in the real life 'play' also to the real war.The children in our "civilized" world, even if still children embrace guns and they die too.Armed conflicts, often in these regions generated by ethnic motives always cause thousands of deaths among children and still produce scary "side effects" involving civilians. Among these children, that in these contexts feeding the category of soldiers 'children becoming victims and unknowingly perpetrators of themselves as well as others. (children separated from their families, spectators and actors of the atrocities of the war, they do not have anymore the right of the childhood and the opportunity to live a serene future when they'll become adults in a society that has deprived them of their dignity.)

Think at the war as a war game; how many times we do think that war is a game between political, economic and religious powers.

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Jing Zhou / China-USA Totality {Ch'an Mind, Zen Mind Series} The concept of life, death, and reincarnation has followed humanity through the ages as the self and the collective whole passes through time. In the history of human experience we continuously seek the understanding of the interconnectedness of life for which this image was created. Flowing high in the dark sky, the nerve-like white lines are part of the Ganges river delta formed over thousands of years. The river channels at the lower right extend from an ancient pine tree on Mt. HuangShan in China. Surrounded by cranes, this aged pine symbolizes longevity, perseverance, and origin of life. Visually deluding, the root-like patterns in the background are indeed blood veins of a human hand. The white circles carrying primal icons become symbolic indicators of dreams, thoughts, transcendence, and human consciousness. {This artwork is part of Jing Zhou's Ch’an Mind, Zen Mind series, which expresses her present perception and intuition towards the ultimate reality and absolute calmness. Jing’s artistic creation is a process of deciphering her life journey.}

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Kadie Schmidt-Hackenberg / Germany Idyl, 2011 For a number of years I have been constantly developing my Cityscapes. They are mostly large-format, digital collages in which I combine painting, drawing and photos in one piece. That means I take a photo during my trips and at home I overwork it and combine it with my figurative hand drawings and my paintings. I don’t want to create images of real cities in the sense of realistic depictions. I approach the "phenomenon of the city" sociologically, because my focus is on the relationship between people and urban space. Sometimes the people are the residents of the cities themselves and sometimes they are temporary visitors or the city travelers. In my imagination these cities are more like living organisms than dead material and assessing their visitors or residents with caution and curiosity. They are mysterious, beautiful but unapproachable and become a projection surface for individual desires and dreams.

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Mari Lagerquist / Sweden δίπτυχος /diptukhos “folded in two” The image on the left is different to the one on the right – or the image on the right has little resemblance with the image on the left. The bright sunshine is not reflected in the autumn mist, the absence of leaves and the presence of humidity on the left are nowhere to be found in the image on the right. Yet, there is a line in the right image that creates a strong resonance in the image on the left and a tiny bit of green can be found in the left image, exactly the same green that also is visible in the image on the right. Connections that might seam trivial, they are on the contrary precise and pertinent, making common ground possible.

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Mohammed Keshk / Egypt Approaching the overall shape of the landscape but some summary and abstraction, and depends on movement resulting from the variety of color spaces resulting from the Division of the black line and the rhythm of a circuit and very well run of philosophical values are continue, relay and growth.

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Soufiane Kennous / Morocco- USA Valentina There's nothing I find more fascinating than a natural beautiful face expressing itself in a deep silence, when her eyes whispering her secrets and making you playing with words, bleeding emotions and giving birth to a new artwork where you'll leave a part of your soul living between lines and colors.

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Virginia Ryan / Australia-Italy Selling Dreams 2012 The billboards that rise above the streets, bridges and markets in the African city of Abidjan, (Ivory Coast) show us a pantheon of super- beings, possessors of symbolic objects of desire in a globalised world. My photographs ask what messages these modern heroes are transmitting as they gaze down at the city dwellers. This project sprung from the experience of being delayed en route to Australia, in the city of Dubai before Christmas in 2011.Walking the streets of the city, I began to photograph the enormous billboards promoting an idea of potential happiness through luxury items. On returning to Abidjan in late January, to a city which had recently suffered the trauma of fighting in the streets during the political crisis of 2011, I set out to document the same geography though a narrative of the relationship between the suspended, idealized floating world of publicity in conversation with the surrounding modernist, stressed architecture and the terrestrial human world. This is a selection of over two hundred images .

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Mufit IĹ&#x;ler / Turkey At this period of my paintings begin change from kayos to crescent. This concept also include deeply politic message. This show to change of the new world situation from Kayos to Islamic-Asiatic reality at the world. This a kind of transformation of me and my around world.

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Patricia Goodrich / USA Haiti II Haiti II is one of a series of collages on canvas that are built from random brush gestures on newspapers from different countries of the world. The collaged images float without defining borders. The pasted pieces are hand-torn, their shape dependent only upon random brush strokes and paint drips that occurred while the paper served as table-coverings for other more structured paintings. The background colors are chosen to highlight hues from the collaged pieces. These structured “rules” imposed by the artist create a tension between the elements of the painting, creating energy. The image evolves from the creative process. There is no knowing what a painting will “be” until it is complete. In Haiti II three original “scraps” converged into one intensity of bright movement, much like my impression of Haiti itself. There for a residency at the First International Atelier d’Art Haiti, my senses were alive to the bright colors of the taptap lorries, to the rhythms of the music, to the graceful, proud movement of the Haitian people themselves. There was no separation as we worked side by side and their Creole and French mixed with the languages the foreign artists brought with them.

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Mohamed Sabry / Egypt Independent artist, he works and live in Alexandria, Egypt. He participated in many exhibition and international workshops, for example, Ceramic Sculpture Workshop, Atelier d'Alexandrie, 2011 "Alexandria International th th Symposium for sculpture in natural materials (3D Ceramics)",The 6 Exhibition Meeting, the 5 BA Arts Center

annual summer festival, Bibliotheca Alexandrina, 1 July - 6 August 2011. 2nd Madinaty International Sculpture Symposium for Stones, 2009. Installation and mixed media workshop, Borg El-Arab, Alexandria, 2008. Pottery workshop, Mohamed Rashid Foundation. El-Marsad Workshop, Alex Workshop Center, 2008. Ceramic workshop, Faculty of Fine Arts, Minia University, 2007. Small Pieces Workshop, Alex Workshop Center. Faculty of Fine Arts Alexandria Golden Jubilee Workshop, Alex Workshop Center, 2007. Minia Sculpture Symposium for limestone, Minia, 2004. First Asiyut Sculpture Symposium for Limestone, Asiyut, 2003.

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Ibrahim EL Tanbouli / Egypt Unguarded artist sticks to oblivion Logical questions crowded in the top of this artist Ibrahim El Tanbouli Answers are not matched in the ocean world of Fine Art in the era of `probation 'You must be an Arabic language professor well versed in the art of literary story? Or an eloquent poet? Does each Tariq Fine Art .. And Almtogl in his path .. Be a learner, academically.. And Mendrja in the ranks of regular study and obtained the highest certification? Or simply that art .. Talent burdened by the study .. And research and dedication .. Which amounts to a worsted celibacy.

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Sally El Zeiny / Egypt ISIS and White Lotus A fantastic & reflective vision of the tragic ancient Egyptian legendary story "Isis & Osiris"- (during the th 24 century BC)., viewing queen "Isis" waiting darkly for her lost lover, king "Osiris", holding "hope" within a "white lotus" ..Looking in despair to the black Owl above on the tree..

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Mutaz Elemam / Sudan The aesthetic section is one of the detectives of life section and the picture play one of the most important roles in shaping life in many ways. And therefore I considered my role practically as a fine artist researcher in the worlds of picture. and this is the role that I can dedicate all my intellectual, psychological and spiritual energies in an attempt to provide Studying of beauty from a special point of view, in which I depend in the readmission dismantling and the drafting of the assets in the form of configuration i make sure to be beautiful and these sequential attempts is the sum collected witch I could add in this area difficult, complex and variable with change of life patterns and geographic locations and mood of humans over history and the different place, that the framing the language statement to describe the project of beauty shape is not something possible from my point of view and therefore adopted a technique of looking to the probability of independence of the picture for affiliation to the reality and significance of the direct about an event or expression of an idea . Image for me have an independent world, it could be a historical document or divination of the future, or the genius of the present with all its repercussions. The picture for me is the most important event regardless of its history and its place and its source and object, and elements of color and line and point, form and light and the rhythm of the field of my continued and renewed research.

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Hady Boraey / Egypt Hady Boraey is an independent visual artist. He lives and works in Alexandria, Egypt. He received a Bachelor’s degree from Faculty of Fine Arts 2005, earned a Master Degree in Fine Arts 2011, currently works as an Assistant Lecturer at the Graphic Department in the Faculty of Fine Arts, Alexandria University. Boraey participated in more than a hundred of local and international exhibitions, workshops, projects, Biennales, training courses and sessions from 2004 until now. Boraey is very assiduous in his career, he had won several awards. Besides he has a membership in EAN network, atelier Alexandrina and syndicate of Plastic Arts. Through the last years he traveled to represent Egypt in several occasions in Italy 2010, Greece 2011, England 2014, and United Arab Emirates 2013. In addition to his activities with many famous artists like artist: Hassan khan in Switzerland 2010. Boraey is in love with telling stories of people using enigmatic portraits. Often his subjects are very primal and deeply connected to nature. His clean compositions and elegant setups contrast the often intense emotions of his human subjects. Boraey’s work can be found in Canada, Italy, Spain, UAE, UK and Egypt.

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Mohamed Nabil Abdel Sallam / Egypt independent printmaking artist, he live and works in Alexandria, he participated in a lot of International exhibitions as for example, he participate on The Fourth Egypt International Print Triennale, 2003. The Fourth Bitolla International Print Triennale, Macedonia, 2003.The first Alexandria International Biennale of Author’s Book 2004. The Egyptian Contemporary Art Exhibition in Italy, 2004. The International Print Exhibition in Taiwan, 2005. Le Bryana International Print Biennale, 2005. The Mediterranean Youth Biennale in Napole, Italy, September 2005. The 7th Print Biennale in Aqua -Terumo City, Italy, 2005. The 12th International Biennale of Print and New Photos (Sarsale-Vale de France), France, November 2005. Alexandria International Youth Salon at Alexandria Atelier, April 2006. Also he participated on 5th Bitola Triennale of Graphic 2006. 5th Egypt International Graphic Triennale 2006. INter-Art International Graphic Biennale - Romania 2006. The Egyptian Fine Art Forum in Austria, August 2008.

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Waleed Matar / Egypt He live and works in Alexandria and he has a fellowship with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Italy, the Academy of Fine Arts in Frosinone. The topic of the doctoral thesis under the title "The art of experimental design in the twentieth century." he has as participated in various exhibitions. 1997 Exhibition (Impressions) palace at El Tazawk Alexandria Egypt. In 2001 Exhibition of Artists of Alexandria. in 2003 Show (Alexandria, seen through the eyes of its artists) at the Rotary Club.In 2006 Show (Variety arts) at the classroom (Ishraka) Alexandria. in 2007 Show (the generation of the nineties). In 2007 Show (a half-century art) building (the Finon) in Cairo. 2009 Show (young of the art of graph), the Egyptian Cultural Center in Rome. In 2009 He has participated in summer school with the University of Naples East (Procida - Napoli). 2009 He participated in the conference under the title "the relationship between man and woman in the Mediterranean - Naples. In 2009 Show 50 years of Egyptian-Italian friendship, art gallery and general in Rome. In 2010 Exhibition (Europe meets Egypt), young artists from Europe and Egypt, at the cultural center of Egypt, in Rome. in 2010 Exhibition (experience of the artists painting the Mediterranean), Library Vallicelliana Rome. In 2010 Exhibition (Triple Graphics, Italy, Egypt, and Jordan), at the cultural center of Egypt. in Rome. In 28 May 2010, solo show (Rhythm of Contrasts), at the cultural center of Egypt, in Rome.

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Egyptian Artists Network is one of three projects initiatives by EAN group for international artistic cooperation and founded by Moataz El Safty and Reem Hassan, they are a group of independent artists and curators, that serves to activate and enrich artistic, cultural and intellectual movement in the city of Alexandria. EAN group that serves to activate and enrich artistic, cultural and intellectual movement in the city of Alexandria and activates events and partnerships for projects between Alexandria and Africa and the World, relying on the principle of cooperation and dialogue with others through organizing a series of collective local, regional and international activities such as residencies, workshops, exhibitions...etc. This is in addition to courses in the fields of visual arts, media and broadcast for various age groups and social classes. EAN group aims to establishing an institution that support and nurture the artistic movement in general and especially in the fields of media arts and give real opportunities for young people to be freely creative. Increasing the area of artistic and cultural dialogue between Egyptian and foreign artists to increase the exchange of experiences and ideas among a number of workshops and art projects through Mid-Euro activities. Allowing every possible opportunity and not being limited to a specific set of specific age groups for sustaining functional activities and giving the opportunity to participate and assist fore all ages. Establishing several activities that rely primarily on the participation of ideas and dialogue and introducing the other. Establishment of several activities that depend primarily on what is new in the world of art and its relationship to technology, for example, Interactive Art which is an art based on interaction with the recipient of the creative work. Direction towards interacting with art students and contributing to the definition of various arts by contribution, assistance and participation in the international workshops to give them the information they need smoothly contrary to the conventional method adopted in academies through lectures. Complete artistic upbringing of members of the community as the educational process in Egypt lacks this important aspect. Nobody has supplemented it until now. Turning to teachers of art subjects at art schools and establishing workshops to raise the level of thinking and development capabilities as they are considered as the ones responsible for producing by their hands generations who may be interested or not interested in culture and arts. Creating partnership projects with institutions within and outside Egypt for a number of artistic activities and cultural exchange programs.

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