Summer Medley Mona Elkateb
Summer Commission

Mona Elkateb

For this summer’s cultural programme, The Arts Club Dubai commissioned Egyptian artist, Mona Elkateb, to create a work that captures the spirit of summer. Mona Elkateb is a visual artist based in Cairo, Egypt. She experiments with a range of mediums, including digital illustration and design. She is keen to explore the role of digital art in supporting various social causes online. Her artwork often explores the themes of sisterhood, solidarity, and empowering feminine energy.

Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?, 2022
Digital illustration
1920 x 1080 px

Click here to find out about the club’s summer competition.


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