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Rana Begum’s Striking Exploration of Light and Colour at Concrete, Alserkal

Celebrating five years of its multidisciplinary space Concrete, Alserkal Avenue is presenting a rare solo presentation of work by artist Rana Begum. This will be the artist’s largest solo exhibition in the region to date and will include works that have not been shown in the region before. Begum’s work will explore the interaction of light, colour and form in dialogue with OMA’s Concrete, responding to the building’s architectural conversation with light and form, captured in its minimalist lines. The exhibition is curated by Dr Cliff Lauson. Dappled Light opened to the public on 26 February and will run until 22 March 2023

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AlUla Artist Residency presents “Palimpsest of Time: Explorations in Creative Practice”

The Royal Commission for AlUla (RCU) and the French Agency for AlUla Development (Afalula) present “Palimpsest of Time: Explorations in Creative Practice” from 17 February to 18 March 2023. Palimpsest of Time presents a survey of the AlUla Artist Residencies alongside an exhibition and open studio featuring artists who have participated in the current and previous editions of the programme. Set across two venues, the programme is on show in Madrasat Addeera and Mabiti, AlUla.

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Close-up: the Digital Extravaganza Exhibition at ToDA

Let’s agree – the future doesn’t exist. At every moment it is just an infinity of branching possibilities distanced from our fancies and feelings. From 13th May to 31st August 2022, Theatre of Digital Art (ToDA) located in Souk Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai, gives one an opportunity to have a presentiment about the future and experience digital art with its upcoming Digital Extravaganza exhibition. Being at the Theatre, visitors feel as if they were a part of the exhibited artworks. Such an effect is created with the help of the Theatre’s space itself, which is 1,800 m2, a 360-degrees projection of images all over the walls and ceiling and a high quality surround sound.

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