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Lecture : The Science of Beauty in the Art of Islam
Dr. Ahmed Moustafa will be giving a presentation entitled "The Science of Beauty in the Art of Islam" at 6.30pm on Wednesday 15th December 2010 at the Ritz Carlton Hotel, Doha, Qatar. More...
An Immutable Essence
It is exactly 30 years since Dr. Ahmed Moustafa held his
first exhibition at the Mathaf Gallery in London. To celebrate this
anniversary we are delighted to announce an exhibition of Ahmed's
work spanning these years.
Running from 24 September - 17 October 2008, the show will consist
of a number of signed, limited edition prints and an original painting.
Artists * Five Faiths
Currently running at the Ackland Art Museum, North Carolina,
Five Artists * Five Faiths: Spirituality in Contemporary Art
presents the works of artists who interpret the philosophy and art
traditions that emerged from five of the world's major faiths
Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism. Sooja Kim,
Stephen Antonakos, Pamela Singh, Ahmed Moustafa and Helène
Aylon are inspired by the beliefs, practices or rituals associated
with a faith. Many of the artists also reinterpret the imagery and
symbols that evolved along with these traditions. More...
the Unseen is a touring exhibition of Ahmed's work which will
be showing at the University of Hertfordshire Galleries from 4th
November 2004. It will be at this venue until 24 December 2004,
then travel to the Cartwright Hall Art Gallery in Bradford, opening
there in February 2005, running until April. More...
than the Sword
Ahmed Moustafa was in the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur
in April 2004 to deliver a lecture as part of the inauguration programme
for the 'Mightier Than The Sword' exhibition there. Ahmed's
work 'Frolicking Horses' featured amongst the exhibits.
Science and Spirituality
Ahmed delivered a lecture at the Reconnecting Art, Science
and Spirituality Within Emerging Planetary Cultures symposium, part
of the Melilla Festival of the 5 Cultures in Morrocco during July.
The event aimed to help build cultural bridges at this time of cultural