In FLOATING WORLD, Kuwaiti artist Monira Al Qadiri invites viewers on an imaginary journey into the mechanics of petro-culture, a term that defines the sociocultural impact of our relationship to oil.
Renowned award-winning Iraqi artist Wissam Shawkat is set to captivate art enthusiasts once again with his latest exhibition, “Black & White” running from Saturday 11th November to 12th December at Mestaria Gallery. This exhibition invites attendees to dive into the essence of art and experience an innovative journey into the world of form, shape, and composition, all the while embracing the deliberate absence of colour.
Artbooth Gallery announces the solo exhibition of acclaimed Lebanese-origin artist Asaad Arabi titled “Still Life to Abstraction.” A captivating collection, featuring Arabi’s seminal works spanning from 2008 to 2023, will be on display from October 26th to November 30th at Artbooth’s gallery space, located on the ground floor of Centro Capital Centre by Rotana, ADNEC area, Abu Dhabi.
For Artissima, Lawrie Shabibi is pleased to present When Earth Breathes, an opportunity to explore the artistic journey of Jordanian sculptor Mona Saudi (1945~2022).
Leila Heller Gallery is proud to present the ﬁrst New York solo exhibition by London based artist Darvish Fakhr. The show, titled “Every Story is Us”, will be on view at 17 East 76th Street, New York City, from October 17th to November 30th. The exhibition will feature new paintings and will be accompanied by several performances in the gallery and around the city.
From Prehistory to the Present.
Under the honorary patronage of H.H Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs and honorary patron of the Abu Dhabi Festival, the Abu Dhabi Music and Arts Foundation (ADMAF) hosted the second panel discussion as part of the ‘Art @ Embassies’ initiative. This event was part of the 20th edition of the Abu Dhabi Festival, held under the patronage of Her Highness Sheikha Shamsa bint Hamdan bin Mohammed Al Nahyan.
Saudi artist Fatimah Al Nemer will be unveiling her latest exhibition, “Dkhoun”. This captivating exhibition invites us to explore the profound journey of a female protagonist, portrayed through the blend of modern techniques and traditional symbolic elements deeply rooted in Saudi culture.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is characterized by cultural diversity, where tradition and modernity, as well as regional circumstances and global dynamics, intersect in a unique way. These circumstances have led to a special ecosystem in which people and their culture, tools, and relationship with nature form a special alliance.
UAE NFT for Dubai Calligraphy Biennale.