UBUNTU Art Gallery participated – for the first time – in the New York edition of 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair from 3 – 5 May 2019. Exhibited works by four UBUNTU artists: Hayam AbdelBaky, Mutaz Elemam, Sahar AlAmir and Samir Fouad.
UBUNTU Art Gallery participated in Art Dubai – Modern from 21 – 24 March 2019. A selection of works was featured by pioneering artists ranging from the 1950s to the early 2000s by over 15 different artists, including: Ragheb Ayad, Seif Wanly, Inji Efflatoun, Omar El Nagdi, Aref El Rayess, Mounir Canaan, George Bahgory, Vessela Farid, Zeinab Abdelhamid, Mohamed Kabbani, Said Heddaya, Morris Farid, Hamed Abdallah, Sayed Abdel Rasoul, Zakaria El Zeiny, Roushdy Iskander, Ahmed Fouad Selim and Adel El Siwi.
UBUNTU Art Gallery participated – for the first time – in Art Dubai – Modern from 21 – 24 March 2018, showcased works by the late Egyptian Samir Rafi. The booth hosted an exquisite selection of pieces spanning across 5 decades from the early 1940s to the 1990s on a mixture of different mediums.
UBUNTU Art Gallery participated in CONTEXT Art Miami for a second round. The fair took place between 5 – 10 December 2017 in Miami, FL at their new location on the Biscayne Bay. Artists whose work had been exhibited included; Amgad El Tohamy, Eman Hussein, Hakim Abu Kila, Hayam AbdelBaky, Khaled Sirag, Mohamed Khedr, Mutaz Elemam, Nevine Farghaly, Refki El Razzaz, Sahar El-Amir, Sayeda Khalil and Tarek El Sheikh.
UBUNTU Art Gallery participated in CONTEXT Art Miami that took place on November 29 – 8, 2016 in Miami, FL, exhibited works by; AbdelRahman El Borgy, Ahmed Chiha, Amgad El Tohamy, Hakim Abu Kila, Hayam AbdelBaky, Khaled Sirag, Nevine Farghaly, Refki El Razzaz, Sahar El-Amir, Samir Fouad, and Sayeda Khalil.
UBUNTU Art Gallery participated in the inaugural edition of CONTEXT New York that took place May 3 – 8, 2016 in Manhattan. Exhibited works by seven of UBUNTU artists: Abdulrahman Elborgy an emerging sculptor reviving the Egyptian tradition in new blocks and forms; Amgad Eltohamy an established sculptor with a great diversity in ideas and solutions; Hakeem Abukila presenting a youthful energy on boards and canvas; Hayam Abdelbaky a painter with strong ties to rural and African subjects; Khaled Sirag a ceramist revealing a new phase in the art of ceramics in Egypt; Sahar Elamir a painter representing abstraction with naivety; Sayeda Khalil a sculptor unleashing a plethora of floating figures.