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  St Mungo Museum, Glasgow

1980 Islamic Cultural Centre, London
(Inauguration of the Exhibition Hall)
One man exposition

1983 Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
One man exposition
Biennale, Grand Palais, Paris
Exhibition of Tapestries - group exposition

1984 Al ‘Ain University, United Arab Emirates
Retrospective Exhibition

1985 Salon des Artistes Francais, Grand Palais, Paris
Small selection of tapestries

1985 Palais des Congres, Montreux, Switzerland
"Les chefs d’ouvre d’Aubusson" - 50 Years of Contemporary Tapestries

1985 Musee Rath, Geneva
Treasures of Islam - Single tapestry (considered to be the only piece of contemporary Islamic art exhibited)

1990 Royal College of Art London – Henry Moore Gallery
"The Artistry of Arabic Script in the work of Ahmed Moustafa"
Major exhibition of tapestries, oil paintings, water colours, silk-screen prints and stained glass
Retrospective Exhibition 1 August – 29 October

1993 Manchester City Art Galleries
"An Alchemy of Letters – The Art of the Pen by Ahmed Moustafa"
24 July – 24 October

1995 Barbican Concourse Gallery, London
‘Signs, Traces and Calligraphy’ representing Egypt in a Group Show
part of "AFRICA ‘95' Arts Programme.
19 September to 30th October 1995

1995/6 Royal Tropical Museum, KIT, Amsterdam
"Signs, Traces and Calligraphy" representing Egypt in a Group Show
part of "AFRICA 95" Arts Programme
12 October – 31 January 1996.

1997 Accademia D’Egitto, Roma
"Calligrafia: La Geometria sacra dell’arte islamica"
March - April 1997

1997 Royal commission - in recognition of his international renown in the field of Islamic art, and his special position as an Egyptian/British artist based in England, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II presented his major composition entitled "Where the Two Oceans Meet" as a royal gift to the nation of Pakistan to mark the occasion of Pakistan’s fiftieth anniversary.

1998 Invited by the Vatican to stage a retrospective exhibition entitled "Where the Two Oceans Meet" of his work at the Pontificia Universitas Gregoriana, which was acclaimed world wide as the first and most significant cultural event of its kind through out the history of Christian-Islamic relations.
30 March - 2nd May 1998

1998 Exhibition "Where the Two Oceans Meet" initiated by President Alija Izetbegovic at the National Gallery, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
26 August - 26 September

1999 Exhibition "Where the Two Oceans Meet" staged at Museu Diocesà
5 May - 31 May - Barcelona, at the invitation of the Catalan Institute for Mediteranian Studies.

2004 Group exhibition "Mightier Than The Sword", Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia.

2004/5 UK touring exhibition "Mapping The Unseen", finishing April 2005. Galleries include - St Mungo Museum of Religioud Life and Art, Glasgow; Catmose Gallery, Rutland; University of Herfordshire Galleries, Hatfield; Cartwright Hall Art Gallery, Bradford.

2004/5 Group exhibition "Five Artists * Five Faiths", Ackland Art Museum, University of North Carolina, USA.

2006 Group exhibition "Word Into Art: Artists Of The Modern Middle East", British Museum, London.

2008 Exhibition "Seeking An Immutable Essence", Mathaf Gallery, London.


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