Egyptian artist born in Cairo in 1988. She received a BA (Very Good with Honours) from the Faculty of Applied Arts in 2011. She worked as a cover designer for Sabah Al-Kheir weekly magazine. in 2018, she was selected as a jury member of Cairo Salon.
She has Participated in a number of solo exhibitions, including “Awel el-Tariq” at Gezira Art Centre in 2014, “Emraa Ala Al-Arsh” at Cordoba Art Gallery in 2017 and “Sehr Al-Sharq” at Duroub Gallery in 2018. Her group exhibitions have included “Black and White Salon” at Gezira Art Centre and Bibliotheca Alexandrina for three consecutive editions in 2010, 2013 & 2017 along with “Wogouh” & “Nahr Al-Hayah” at Ahmed Shawki Museum in 2017 and 2018, “Al-Mahrousa” at Mahmoud Mokhtar Museum in 2017 and others.
Asmaa participated in various contests, namely UNESCO’s Art Contest to illustrate the importance of the Nile in 2005. She also received the Fatma Rifaat Award in 2012 and 2013 and the Youth Salon Award in 2010 and 2011. In addition to the Acquisition Award from CIB Bank and the honorary painting for the Summer Scholarship Competition at the Florence Academy of Arts in 2016.
Her work is part of The Museum of Modern Art collection, among others.
Asmaa Magdi Khouri is an Egyptian Postwar & Contemporary artist who was born in 1988. Her work was featured in an exhibition at the Ubuntu Art Gallery.