EGYPTIAN & INTERNATIONAL CONTEMPORARY ART
Sharkeia, Egypt, 1940
· Painter, art critic and short stories writer
· Graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts, Painting Section, Cairo, 1962
· Higher Diploma of Fine Arts, 1975
· Member of the Supreme Council of Culture
· President of the Assala Association for Protection of Artistic Heritage, since 1994
· Wrote several books and articles on plastic arts and several short stories
· Held 33 solo exhibitions in Cairo, Alexandria and governorates
· Participated in 20 group exhibitions in Europe, Africa, Asia and Arab countries
· Participated in biennales: Alexandria, New Delhi, Helsinki, Sharjah, Baghdad
Prizes and Awards:
· 1st Prize in Art Criticism, Supreme Council of Culture, Egypt, 1982
Ezz El-Din Naguib is a painter, art critic and short stories writer. Most of his paintings have a surrealistic flavor. Old oases and the arid yet varied landscape of the desert is a recurring theme in his art. Abandoned houses in vacated villages, mountains and rocks take more or less human forms and functions, they have something to tell. Compositions are built around geometric volumes with shadows falling from different angles and using earthen colors.
Ezzz El-Din Naguib graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Cairo. He is president of the Assala Association for Protection of the Artistic Heritage since 1994. He held 33 solo exhibitions in Egypt and participated in more than 20 group exhibitions in Europe, Africa, Asia and Arab countries. Wrote several books and articles on plastic arts and he was awarded the 1st prize in art criticism by the Supreme Council of Culture. His art is in collections in Egypt and abroad.