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Sherouk Helal

Sherouk Helal is a visionary interdisciplinary artist whose work seamlessly weaves together sculpture, film, and performance to create a compelling narrative that draws inspiration from her personal experiences and a diverse range of cultural influences. Born on March 9, 1994, in Cairo, Egypt, her artistic journey has been shaped by a childhood marked by constant relocations with her family, exposing her to various cultures and perspectives. This upbringing, coupled with the enchanting fairy tales her mother used to read to her, laid the foundation for her artistic exploration of identity, culture, and societal issues.

Sherouk's educational background is as rich as her artistic endeavors. She earned an MFA in sculpture, focusing her master's thesis on the aesthetic qualities of three-dimensional compositions made from light, utilizing innovative lighting techniques. She excelled in her studies at the Faculty of Fine Arts at Helwan University, specializing in monumental sculpture, and graduated with honors in 2016.

Throughout her career, Sherouk has held diverse roles that have contributed to her multifaceted approach to art. She has been an integral part of the academic community as an assistant lecturer at the Faculty of Fine Arts at Helwan University since 2017. 

Her creative prowess extends to exhibitions and film festivals that have showcased her exceptional talent. Notable events include her participation in the Cairo Video Festival organized by Medrar for Contemporary Arts, the "Youth's Salon Exhibition" at the Cairo Opera House, and various group exhibitions such as "The Spirits" and "Sculpture Now." Sherouk's solo exhibition, "Inside One of the Portals," further demonstrated her ability to captivate audiences with her unique artistic perspective.

One of Sherouk's remarkable achievements is her captivating series, "The Ladies of Metropolis." Influenced by the iconic female robot "Maria" from Fritz Lang's "Metropolis," she skillfully reimagines mythological and fictional female protagonists in futuristic forms, using a variety of materials to convey intricate textures and colors. This collection is a testament to her ability to infuse historical and fictional narratives with contemporary relevance, showcasing her deep understanding of societal dynamics.

Sherouk Helal's work reflects a profound commitment to storytelling and a nuanced exploration of the human experience. Her ability to meld different mediums, cultures, and perspectives into a cohesive artistic expression demonstrates her remarkable talent and enduring impact on the world of contemporary art.

EGP 30000.00

Sherouk Helal

Sherouk Helal, Ananke, 2019, 2/471



4.33 x 18.89 x 6.29 Inches 11 x 48 x 16 cm

EGP 40000.00

Sherouk Helal

Sherouk Helal, Thumbelina And Lady Mantis, 2020, 3/471



24.01 x 23.62 x 18.89 Inches 61 x 60 x 48 cm

EGP 20000.00

Sherouk Helal

Sherouk Helal, Lady Mantis, 2020, 4/471


Bronze & Agate Stones

17.32 x 9.44 x 5.9 Inches 44 x 24 x 15 cm


EGP 60000.00

Sherouk Helal

Sherouk Helal, Anonymous, 2018, 1/471


Wood & Metal

14.17 x 57.08 x 9.84 Inches 36 x 145 x 25 cm

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