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Hend Kheera was born on 1981 in Cairo, Egypt, is a Street Artist. At 39 years old, Hend Kheera height not available right now. We will update Hend Kheera's height soon as possible.
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|Age||39 years old|
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Hend Kheera Net Worth
She net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Hend Kheera worth at the age of 39 years old? Hend Kheera’s income source is mostly from being a successful . She is from Egyptian. We have estimated Hend Kheera's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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Hend Kheera first rose to prominence as an artist after the Egyptian revolution of 2011. While studying at university, she worked as a fashion designer. She now works as a structural engineer, but continues to use graffiti as an outlet for her creative side.
Hend Kheera painted stencils around Tahrir square during sit-ins in 2011.She also launched a graffiti campaign against sexual harassment in Cairo and her work features prominent issues facing women in Egyptian society today.
Hend Kheera's work can be seen on the walls of the Mogamma, Egypt's administrative building in Tahrir Square and other streets throughout Cairo. Her work portrays her personal struggle as a woman and pushes the boundaries of what is socially acceptable in Egyptian society. Hend Kheera began creating most of her famous pieces during the Egyptian revolution of 2011 that took place in Cairo in January of 2011. Around this time, there was a rise in street art with street artist such as Kheera voicing their stance through their art. Hend Kheera's feature on the Rolling Stone magazine allowed her work to receive recognition, as she is the first female graffiti artist to be featured on the Rolling Stone. Another local Egyptian artist, Mira Shihadeh and Kheera have contributed to the sexual harassment movement in Egypt through street art. In her Rolling stones, article that featured Kheera she was quoted as saying, " a wall is more powerful than a media channel, for example, because you can't ignore it."
Kheera also has been featured in the "Underpass in the Eyes of Freedom" Exhibit at Union Deport in Minneapolis as well as in Sept. 2011 was featured in This is Not Graffiti, collective exhibition in Townhouse Gallery, Egypt.
Hend Kheera (Arabic: هند خيرة ) (born 1981) is an Egyptian street artist whose work features a mix of stencils and slogans. She is one of the leaders of Egypt's street-art boom since the 2011 uprising. Kheera has been an active participant in anti-sexual harassment campaign in Egypt in response to Mass sexual assault in Egypt
Her main influences are derived from books and films, rather than other artists. She has used certain characters from literature and cinema in her work including Hend Rostom, the famous Egyptian actress who was known as the 'Marilyn Monroe of Egypt' and Ahmed Zaki, an Egyptian actor who starred in the 1980s classic movie 'The Escape'.