Born in 1981, Abd Elrahman El Borgy graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts, Sculpture department in 2003. He holds a Master’s Degree from the Faculty of Fine Arts in 2015
El Borgy designs characters and utilizes a variety of materials including clay and Bronze. He participated in several local & international exhibitions such as “Small Artwork Salon” in 2000, Port Said Biennale in 2009 and “Agenda Exhibition” in Bibliotheca Alexandrina in 2015. He has also participated in the workshop of Aswan International Sculpture Symposium in 2016
He is inspired by his upbringing in his hometown village in rural Egypt. He is inspired by the simple life and warmth among the people where there is harmony between people, nature and other creators. His perspective is based on the fact that there is a variety in life of shapes, colors and behaviors, whether flying in the air or walking on the ground or swimming in water all this and many more. The influence of the simple life in the countryside has contributed to the formation of his sentiments, so he began to use the raw materials of the surrounding environment of clay, leaves and wood. Also, his studies on ancient Egyptian art and history have formulated the basis of his artwork and he continues to experiment through his work in using different raw materials or novel artistic perspectives.