Naila Art Gallery exhibited a collection of works from the Egyptian abstract painter, Farouk Hosni, that included his artwork from the recent past. Hosni graduated from the Alexandria Academy of Arts in 1964 and was appointed as director of the Anfoushy Cultural Palace in Alexandria, Egypt. He later moved to Paris as the cultural attaché in charge of the Egyptian Cultural Center in Paris before moving to Rome to manage the Egyptian Academy of Arts. After Rome, Hosni was appointed as Egypt’s Minister of Culture until his retirement in 2011. Hosni is well known for his unique nonrepresentational style.