Egyptian exhibition features beauty of aging

Added On February 6, 2019

Wrinkles may be a symbol of aging, but a group of young Egyptian artists have turned wrinkles into a work of art. 
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An exhibition entitled "Taga'eed" (wrinkles) took place in the Prince Mohammed Ali Palace in Cairo.
It features 50 different pieces of artwork, mostly wood veneer, all of which were made by talented students from Helwen University.
The works address an artistic vision of a stage during a human being's life, depicting the process of growing old.
"Wrinkles appear while aging and this isn't bad at all. Wrinkles show the time impact on a human being; they are a kind of beauty made by nature and created by God."
The exhibition runs until March 31.