Revered for his richly patterned body of work, Bassiouni invokes the full power of colors by pulling themes from nature and history and turning them into an intricate visual web. In addition to being intensely inspired by Ancient Egyptian Art, Jamal's works often resemble the exquisite beauty of symmetry and the wondrous patterns of the universe. He works with a variety of mediums and challenges the viewer to take in all the details reflecting his vision in each piece he creates, making every work of his all the more unique.
Born in Alexandria, Egypt, in 1993, Bassiouni holds a BFA (2016) with highest Honors from the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Alexandria. His graduation project tackled color relations and their impact on Modern Art. in 2019, he completed his MFA in Painting and Drawing from the same university, where his thesis focused on around Ancient Egyptian beliefs depicted in their art. In addition to his involvement in the rich art scene of his home city Alexandria, Jamal He participated in several group exhibitions in Cairo including The Circle in 2020, and Art Fair Dubai in the UAE. He also participated in videography workshops sponsored by the Ecole Superieure d'Art-Aix En Provence (2014) as well as in the Biennale des Jeunes Créateurs de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée (2015). Since 2016, he has worked as a workshop trainer at ArtsSchool- Bibliotheca Alexandrina.