Fatma Hendawy Yehia

Fatma Hendawy Yehia is an Egyptian curator, she moved to Canada in 2017 and is currently based in Toronto. Yehia’s curatorial interests emanated from working with censored archives, inaccessible histories and living within militarised urban spaces. In 2020, she graduated from the MVS Curatorial program at University of Toronto. In 2021, she joined the Art Gallery of York University as Administrative Assistant and currently as Assistant Curator until January 2022.

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Maha Maamoun, The Subduer, 2017, Inkjet print, 84 x 63 cm.

Maha Maamoun

Maha Maamoun is a Cairo-­based Egyptian artist. Her work is generally interested in examining the form, function and currency of common cultural visual and literary images as an entry point to investigating the cultural fabric that we weave and are weaved into. She also works collaboratively on independent publishing and curatorial projects. She co­founded the independent publishing platform called Kayfa­ta (http://kayfa­ta.tumblr.com) in 2013. She is also a founding board member of the Contemporary Image Collective (CiC) – an independent non­profit space for art and culture founded in Cairo in 2004. http://ciccairo.comFind out more
Manar Moursi, Sidewalk Salon: 1001 Street Chairs of Cairo

Manar Moursi

Manar Moursi is multi-disciplinary designer and artist based in Cairo. A graduate of the University of Virginia’s undergraduate program of architecture, Manar also holds a dual Masters degree in Architecture and Urban Policy from Princeton University. In 2011 she founded Studio Meem. Aside from her practice with Studio Meem, Manar publishes regularly, participates in art exhibitions and conducts academic workshops.Find out more