As an ex photographer myself, I am quite critical to my colleagues and it is often a challenge to find someone both professional and creative, whether for a personal or professional shoot. This is why I was happy to come […]
Celebrated for revolutionizing the traditional art form of Arabic calligraphy, Diaa Allam combines ancient techniques with innovative approaches to bridge the gap between History and the Future.
Read this interview to learn more about Mara Firetti and her gallery Firetti Contemporary, Dubai
Meet Artist Sumayyah Suwaidi, the the most prominent and established Emirati artist who will discuss with us her latest exhibition and the UAE art scene.
UAE based crypto artist Gigi Gorlova is one of the first women in the UAE to sell her work as NFTs. We had the pleasure to interview her.
“Growing Like a Tree” is a photography exhibition curated by South Asian photographer, Sohrab Hura. In an intimate and a collective exhibition by photographers from all over the world, this exhibition is a treasury of experiences from photographers demonstrating their growth through trials, their experiences on belonging somewhere and sharing that sense of belonging with others through uncanny connections and a shared space of vulnerability. We spoke to Sohrab Hura on what he meant to convey through his exhibition.
Jago è un artista – imprenditore italiano che lavora principalmente nella scultura e nella produzione video.
Dubai-based artist and designer Lourdy Ghorayeb depicts moments, people and their identities. She draws her artwork by putting the pen on paper and not taking it off until the piece is finished. Focusing on the very essence of things, she represents the way she sees the world in a single line through her platform Inky Ways.
Darriya Azim is talented young Emarati pianist with a huge passion for music and big plans for the future.
Note sull’artista Enrico Ghinato, classe 1955, è un artista iperrealista che, attraverso le sue opere, rappresenta la realtà senza replicarla alla lettera e dove “…l’iperrealismo cede a un quasi-iperrealismo, poi a un realismo, infine ad una composizione teatrale […].” come […]