Join ‘A Summer Allegory’, a group exhibition featuring works from Europe and the Middle East, at XVA Gallery from June 24th – September 7th, 2023 to experience a tale of medium and meaning. An ode to the summer warmth and its artistic narrative.
Join the exhibition from May 23rd – June 22nd, 2023 to discover the latest collection of Katia Al Tal’s
abstract sculptures exhibiting at XVA Gallery.
From March 11th – April 13th, 2023 the latest collection of Hussein Al
Mohasen’s abstract works is exhibiting at XVA Gallery.
Join us on Saturday, December 17th 2022, for a workshop randez-vous to discover art through the late 1800s, enjoying lectures, and discussions during lunch while tackling how art defined and captured the reality of its time.
History of Art. This article examines the most influential artists and their masterpieces from the end of the 18th century to the middle of the 19th.
This exhibition draws its inspiration from the legend of the Tower of Babel. Various cultures and religions contain similar tales and legends, of a world where all people spoke the same language and aspired to reach the heavens through the […]
Seventeenth-century European art was dominated by Baroque, characterized by exaggerated forms, colors, and focus on emotions. Baroque was a prolific period with many extraordinary artists and a complex range of styles and subjects. From a historical perspective, it was a turbulent […]
Human Features exhibits an in-depth study of the face. As a mirror to one’s inner most thoughts, the face is the depiction of one’s journey and what molds us into who we are. This selection of artists come together bringing […]
No Mask Required exhibits an in-depth study of the face. As a mirror to one’s innermost thoughts, the face is the depiction of one’s journey and what molds us into who we are.
Letizia de Maigret directs her artistic research towards an ontological quest to reconnect with the great questions which inhabit humanity: a quest for meaning, origins, permanence and change. It is also a quest for joy, the universal mystery not being […]