The exhibition at the Jerusalem Synagogue, entitled 18, sheds light on lesser-known Jewish communities across the globe. The name 18 signifies the focus on 18 unique narratives. Through this exhibition, artist Hesham uncovers the rich stories of Jewish communities in Japan, Botswana, Iran, Gibraltar, and beyond.

– From March 2025


Storytelling has always been a fascinating part of our history. Especially for those who have been inspired by the past and changed forever. UFFO presents Hesham Malik’s art inspired by people’s stories and life itself.

From December 2024.

"Portraits of Life"

The Kladrubska Regional Museum will host an exhibition called “Portraits of Life”. The exhibition explores the artist’s dedication to the life journey of people around the world..

Jan 2025


The Regional Museum Prague-east presents an intriguing exhibition called “Samay”, where artists Hesham Malik and Mohan Naik cordially invite you to embark on a collaborative exploration and exchange of experiences within the realm of “harmonious timelessness”.

Jan 2025.


The Museum of Chocen cordially invites you to embark on a captivating journey through nature, drawing inspiration from the profound verses of the Persian poet Rumi, as depicted in the artistic creations of Hesham Malik.

From March 2025.


The Municipal Gallery in Vysoké Mýto presents an exhibition of paintings by artist Hesham Malik, which emphasize his artistic involvement in current and past events. The exhibition is presented by an author’s study of the stories of Jewish families from the region Vysoké Mýto.

From April 2025

"Life of a Box"

At the Museum of Papermaking in Duszniki-Zdrój, Poland, Hesham Malik showcases his innovative approach to art and design by incorporating renewable energy sources in his project “Life of a Box,” presenting a new form of his artistic expression.

June 2025.

"Birth Giver“

Hesham Malik’s exhibition “Birth Giver” at the Josefov Fortress serves as a homage to women, commemorating the essence of femininity across all realms with a delicate stroke of the brush.

September 2025.

"Mother Mary"

The Sázava Monastery presents an extraordinary exhibition by Hesham Malik “Mother Mary”. His works openly pay homage to the motherhood of Virgin Mary.

From 2025/2026.

"The Jewish Quarter"

At Synagogue Třebíč, artist Hesham Malik shall showcase his exhibition “The Jewish Quarter”. In collaboration with students, he explores new avenues for dialogue by questioning how the interpretation of an artwork would differ if it were described by the viewer instead of the artist.






Museum Karlovy Vary
April 4 to June 2, 2024

The name of the exhibition comes from the ancient name of the land of the Egyptians. “Kemet” literally “black land”. The word “kem” means “black” in ancient Egyptian. Visitors experienced the myths and realities of Ancient Egypt, the land of pharaohs and slaves.


Region Museum of region Most
January 19 to April 7, 2024

The exhibition showcases an abstract figurative representation of reality, narrating captivating tales from Indian mythology and exploring the varied narratives of Indian life, cultures, and traditions, all while paying homage to India’s unique artistic heritage.


Museum of Vysočina Havlíčkův Brod
January 1 to March 3, 2024

Mizpah symbolizes unity, a lasting connection, and the collective remembrance of a community. The exhibition was collaboratively organized with the Havlíčko Brod Museum, with a specific focus on three prominent families from Brod – the Mahlers, the Pachners, and the Turnovskás.

"Uncertain Vibrations"

Museum of Kroměříž Region
from September 15 to November 19, 2023

Exhibition celebrating the 150th anniversary of the birth of Max Švabinský. A significant part of the exhibition will present the global project “I AM” in Kroměříž, in which students of the Archbishop’s Gymnasium, among others, participated.


MGVO, Charles University September 4 to October 29, 2023

The color black is the first pigment used by man in prehistoric times, made from a mixture of charcoal and iron – it was the beginning, but it also symbolically represents the end. White is considered pure, but white is often colored in some way, with subtle gradation.

"Parents Despite"

Castle Zruč nad Sázavou
August 24 to October 30, 2023

The paintings presented in the Castle Gallery of Zruč nad Sázavou Castle are an extensive exhibition full of colors, romance and mythical love connections from different corners of the world.


City Gallery Zázvorka
July 22 to September 10, 2023

The concept of the exhibition is created in such a way that a different theme is presented to visitors in each room and on each floor of the gallery. Together, all themes form an individual color palette of the “MOONBOW” exhibition.


The Red Tower Museum
June 5 to July 2, 2023

Where else could an amorist write and paint about love than in a tower? And what’s more, in a symbolically red tower with a rich history in the most magical place in the Czech Republic.


Dvur Králové Museum
February 17 to April 23, 2023

World traveler Hesham Malik spent a considerable part of his life in Africa with indigenous tribes. Together with the curators of the Dvur Králové Museum, the author prepared an exotic art exhibition depicting myths and stories of life, animals and people.

"Make art - not war"

Museum Náchodsk – Dobrošov Fortress
July 1 – October 16, 2022

Hesham Malik is the first artist in history

to exhibit in a military fort from 1938.

"Ukiyo / Devils and Angels"

City Museum of Chrast
May 26 – September 25, 2022

Three exhibitions of contemporary art in honor of Codex Gigas. Dedicated to the mastery of experiencing the present moment.

"Footprints II"

Dobříš Museum 1
10 May – 31 August 2022

Imprints of Jewish stories from the past.
Paintings by Hesham Malik together with stories of pupils from the elementary school Trnka.


City Museum of Skuteč
April 12 – May 29, 2022

Hesham Malik maps his artwork and looks for an answer to the question of what happiness means to us in his paintings.


Prague-East Regional Museum
February 10 – May 1, 2022

Exhibition by Hesham Malik composed of paintings
painted during the first lockdowns in this region.


Regional museum of Jílové
18 January – 13 March 2022

Hesham Malik traces the story of gold in different eras and cultures of human civilization in his own paintings.