Taha was born in Tanta in 1982 and currently lives in Alexandria. He graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts, Alexandria University, Department of Sculpture, in the year 2008 and he got his Ph.D. in fine art in 2019. Taha teaches art at the Faculty of Fine Arts, Alexandria University, Egypt. He had a distinguished exhibition at the Mahmoud Saeed Museum in 2016 and also participated in various other local exhibitions. Taher participated in the Aswan Symposium in 2018 and 2019 and his work is among the collections of various collectors and public agencies.
Taha’s work always depicts the relationships formed between the organic formation represented by the lines of the human figure and the geometric surfaces. His work is the product of his vision when both organic and geometric forms merge. The contrast between the sectors of iron and stainless steel is also utilized to bring forth the difference between the smooth and rough surfaces and the nature of the light reflections on these surfaces, which also reflects the human connotations in the relationship between man and geometry.