Nout is considered the Goddess of heaven and one of the oldest Egyptian deities whose body the world rests under. She was the wife of the God Geb and had four children in heaven and earth, making up the fourth generation, and they are, respectively, “Osiris” “Isis” and “Nephthys”. Often Nout is depicted as a human figure, and sometimes as a cow or a tree, and some of her titles are “Covering the Heavens”, “Those that protect”, “Who bore all the Gods”, and “That who carries a thousand souls.”
The late sculptor Murad Fakhruddin was inspired by the name of the great Egyptian goddess which inspired the name Gallery Nout and considered her the mother of arts. He started with the idea of Nout Art Zone, an establishment of an individual institution that aims at supporting young and talented artists, and the establishment of workshops and private and group exhibitions. The gallery also helps young artists by presenting them in joint group exhibitions. The most important event and joint exhibition comes in the year of the Egyptian-French cultural exchange and the establishment of the Travelers Exhibition (seekers) and (les voyageurs) in 2019 which was met with unprecedented success. Nout is still introducing all that is new and distinctive without looking at the market’s need, aiming at highlighting the most important art that requires more attention and light.