Egyptian art lovers get ready to talk revolution
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Under the title 'Revolution Talks,' Prince Mohammed Wahid Din Salim Museum in Matariya is to celebrate the second anniversary of the January 25 Revolution on 27 and 28 January 2013.
Al Thawra Tatahadath (Revolution Talks) festivities at Prince Mohamed Wahid Din Salim Museum will inaugurate with a photography exhibition by artist and director of the museum, FarisAhmed Faris. Forty photos tell the story of the 18-day revolution and the Egyptian people. The exhibition also includes a number of Egyptian photographers like Walid Ragheb, Mohamed Aly and Emad Lotfi.
For two nights following the opening night, Revolution Talks will feature a number of concerts, stage performances and film screenings. The exact programme will be released soon.
27 and 28 January
Prince Mohamed Wahid Din Salim Museum
Tere't El-Gabal Street, El-Matariya