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  • Thu 23 Oct

    Love Matters: Without Borders @ Darb1718

    In collaboration with Love matters – a website that provides information on safe and satisfying relationships in the Middle East – cultural hub, Darb 1718, hosts unique exhibition, Without Borders, which pulls together the works of several of Cairo’s top graffiti artists as they muse on the forever complex subjects of love, relationships and intimacy. For more information, call 02-23610511.

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