Under the brand “The Sultan Adham”, top-selling artist Adham AbdelMoneim’s paintings are mapping minds on canvas, giving fanatics across the Middle East a rare opportunity to own art that truly captures their thoughts, emotions, and long-buried memories.
The exhibition Indigenous Amazon showcases 61 large photo works by Renato Soares along the white trail of the Museu da Amazonia. The images portray the indigenous life and culture of the Amazon.
The Dubai-based Art Jameel weather station is anchored physically in the Jameel Library, through special events, research and book displays, and in the Jameel’s desert gardens, through on-siteair-to-water generators, providing visitors with fresh drinking water and insights into daily humidity and weather conditions.
Through this primordialimmersion, SCIENTIA provides a means of accessing our emotional selves that nurtures wellbeing and promotes community engagement.
The 2022 edition of Art Basel – which returned to its June schedule for the first time since the pandemic started in early 2020 – featured 289 leading international galleries from 40 countries and territories.
In a VR first, VIVE Arts offers unique access to Albert Oehlen as a digital avatar in his studio. Look over the artist’s shoulder as he creates a new work in real time. Experience a surreal oceanic meditation on the whale’s perspective, as part of a series of adaptations of Moby Dick, in a new VR work by Wu Tsang.
In a body of work inspired by photographs taken whilst flying
over the United Arab Emirates in 2015, this innovative Hong Kong
artist’s Dubai exhibition is an experiential journey, using the
physical and the digital to take the viewer through landscapes
at once familiar and unknown.
The 2022 edition of Art Basel will feature 289 leading galleries from across the globe presenting the highest quality of works across all media, from rare and historical masterpieces to new works by today’s emerging artistic voices.
Galleria Continua has announced the extension of its exhibition programme at the iconic Burj Al Arab Jumeirah. The programme follows the 15-year presence of Galleria Continua in Dubai and its long-term commitment in the artistic scene of the region.
Christoph Rütimann’s work is distinguished by an initially confusing variety of artistic strategies, and ranges from performances, works in sound, text, photography and video to classical media such as drawing, painting and sculpture. Yet no matter how varied the materials […]