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We would like to Thank Athr Gallery for all its support of the Barakat Trust and for donating art works by Ahmed Mater, Saddiq Wassil and Maha Malluh amongst others.

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Grantee Profile

Ahmed Mustafa exhibition

Born in Alexandria, Egypt, in 1943, Dr. Ahmed Moustafa is an artist and scholar of international rep...

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Media

  • Harpers Bazaar Arabia June 2017 Cover

    Harpers Bazaar Arabia featuring Barakat Trustee

    Abir Dajani Tuqan takes Bazaar on a journey through a rich and textured life that includes an enviable collection of fashion moments More »

  • Art Patronage

    Art & Patronage - The Middle East by Thames & Hudson

    The Barakat Trust was featured in 'Art & Patronage The Middle East' published by Thames & Hudson. More »

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    Barakat Culture Vulture Kids Camp was featured in Arab London. More »

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    Arab News

    Arab News has consistently featured the growth and evolution of the Barakat Trust from its early years to the present day. More »

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    The Wells of Memory

    One of the first travelers in a century to walk through the Hejaz desert of Saudi Arabia, Paul Salopek encounters a fabled past of caravans and pilgrims, of empires come and gone. He encounters cultural preservationists including trustees of The Barakat Trust. More »

News & Events

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Pop-Up Palaces: A journey through 1000 years of Egypt's ceremonial tent-making tradition

date: Wed 14 November 2018

Pop-Up Palaces: A journey through 1000 years of Egypt's ceremonial tent-making traditionIn one of me......  More »
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Misr and Mosque: Architectural Splendour and Political Authority in Medieval Cairo

date: 19 July 2018

Misr and Mosque: Architectural Splendour and Political Authority in Medieval Cairo Illustrated talk ......  More »
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The Barakat Trust's Lectures with Leighton House Museum

date: Thursday 4 October 2018

The vast Muslim cemeteries of Cairo, known as the “City of the Dead”, were always also meant to be a......  More »
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The Arabesque in the Architecture of Islamic Cairo (9th – 16th Century) 

date: Thursday, 11 October 2018

The arabesque was a common design used in the architecture of Islamic Cairo. In the early periods, i......  More »