World-renowned contemporary Italian artist Lorenzo Quinn, son of Hollywood legend Anthony Quinn, has provided a major boost for this week’s Art be a Part fundraiser in Dubai.
Time Out Market Dubai is proud to showcase two new art installations by acclaimed artists Dina Saadi and Isl4m.
The partnering collaborators, Ars Electronica, Alserkal Initiatives, Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment (DFRE), part of Department of Economy and Tourism (DET), Dubai Future Foundation (DFF), and PwC Middle East are coming together to reaffirm their common objective of empowering the new media arts scene in the UAE, and positioning Dubai as a regional hub for media arts and innovation.
COMMUNE is pleased to announce the gallery’s representation of Alexander Basil. Basil’s first solo exhibition with the gallery will take place in the first half of 2024. You can currently view works by Basil in our inaugural exhibition “Breaking Flesh” in Vienna until the 27th of October.
ICD Brookfield Place and Tabari Artspace are delighted to present a group exhibition featuring Talal Al Najjar, Ziad Al Najjar, and Miramar Al Nayyar, entitled Postmordial Soup.
Paula Modersohn-Becker Museum announces the solo exhibition Human Error by Louisa Clement in Bremen, Germany.
Emirati artist Mariam Abbas will launch “Terra Ephemera: A Visual Cartography of Resilience” on Thursday 28th September, the first Alserkal Lates of the season. The exhibition is an artistic exploration into the impermanent yet resilient aspects of the Emirati environment and its inhabitants.
Wallace Chan took us on a captivating adventure into his enchanting world as a jewelry artist, sculptor, and innovator in his celebrated exhibition “The Wheel of Time” presented by the renowned auction house Christie’s London at the beginning of September.
Metaphorical impressions painted with vibrant colors and graceful figures of women define the artistic essence of this extraordinary painter. Through his unique interpretation of the world, Timur Akhmedov captures the complexity and beauty of femininity.
It is with heavy hearts and deep sadness that we announce the passing of Fernando Botero, a beloved Colombian painter and sculptor, who left this world on September 15. Fernando’s illustrious and influential career spanned over eight decades, captivating the world with his unique style, evocative subjects, and unwavering dedication to art.