Hidden Beauty: a contemporary take on Islamic pottery
- What:Free talks & tours
- Where:Meeting Point, Grand Entrance
GALLERY TALK: Join Egyptian ceramicist Ibrahim Said, who grew up in the ancient pottery quarter of Fustat in Cairo.
After discovering medieval water filters, which were built into the necks of jugs so that only those drinking from them could see the designs, Said began integrating their forms into his own work in search of a similar poetry.
Please note that this tour is limited to 16 people, and places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.