Part of the Winter 2023 Program, the exhibitions support emerging artists from the MENASA region and include solo and group exhibitions exploring memory, remembrance, time, and language.
The Abrahamic Family House, a new centre for learning, dialogue and the practice of faith, was inaugurated 16 February 2023. Located in the Saadiyat Cultural District in Abu Dhabi, the site encompasses three distinct houses of worship – His Eminence Ahmed El-Tayeb Mosque, His Holiness Francis Church, and the Moses Ben Maimon Synagogue – as well as a forum for gathering and dialogue.
From March 11th – April 13th, 2023 the latest collection of Hussein Al
Mohasen’s abstract works is exhibiting at XVA Gallery.
The NYU Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) Art Gallery’s auxiliary venue, The Project Space, will open its latest exhibition, Performing the City, by artist and NYUAD Co-Program Head of Art and Art History, Sandra Peters, on Monday, February 27.
The renowned Iraqi artist’s solo exhibition at Zawyeh gallery includes some of her latest works.
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Curated by Ahmad Alrashid (TALK Creative Space) MALHAMA By Lebanese artist Karim Ataya opened on the 20th of March at Picasso Gallery AlQuoz, Dubai with the presence of the cultural esteemed supporters and excellencies from the Dubai Culture, Abu Dhabi Cultural Authorities, Art Curators, Artists, Collectors, Supporters, and art enthusiasts.
Opening on Thursday, March 2 at Cavalier Galleries, DARK — a solo exhibition of Mark S. Kornbluth’s photographs of Broadway theaters during the pandemic closure will be on view to the public.
Andakulova Gallery is delighted to present the artworks of Javlon Umarbekov in our gallery space for his latest exhibition “Memory for the Future” from 23 February 2023 to 20 April 2023.
Curated by The NYUAD Art Gallery Executive Director and University Chief Curator, Maya Allison, the only constant is a meditation on our complicated notions of paradise and utopia.