Nagla Samir

Nagla Samir is Contemporary Egyptian artist and culture operator, based in Cairo. Her work falls within diverse disciplines; photography, digital image, video and installation. Her work explores with social norms versus spiritual aspects. She held several solos and participated in group national and international exhibitions. Her work was awarded prizes, among which is the Award of the 24th Alexandria Biennial for Mediterranean Countries. Her most recent project entitled ???Lost in Transmission?? is currently exhibited in Lulea Art Biennial, Sweden. She holds a Ph.D. in visual communication. Works as a part time Assistant Professor of Art and Design at The American University in Cairo. Her curatorial projects include IMAFY (the 1st International forum for media art for youth in Egypt), and ???A Survival Guide??. She founded Passage 35 Center for contemporary art, and worked as Director of the Sharjah Art Gallery.

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