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HISTORY & TRADITIONS - ARTS

UAE showcases artworks at 53rd Venice arts Biennale event

Posted on 07/06/2009

Venice - The Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (Adach) officially launched its platform for visual arts at the 53rd Venice arts Biennale. Sheikh Sultan Bin Tahnoun Al Nahyan, the Adach chairman, inaugurated the event on Thursday. The platform was created by French artist and historian Catherine David. It is a meeting point for discourse and artistic production and will also serve as yardstick for emerging contemporary visual art in the UAE. Sheikh Sultan also launched the UAE's ...  >>MORE

Emirates Foundation to promote UAE artists at 2009 Venice Biennale Art Fair

Posted on 04/06/2009

The Emirates Foundation, one of the UAE's leading philanthropic organisations and a major supporter of UAE Art and Culture, announced its plan to support the country's gifted artists at the 53rd Venice Biennale Art Fair which will be held from 7th June until 22nd November this year. This is the first time that a Gulf nation has ever participated at the renowned Venice Biennale Art Fair, the world's most prestigious international art event. Under the patronage of the Ministry of Culture, Youth ...  >>MORE

1,000 art works to adorn Burj Dubai

Posted on 28/05/2009

One thousand specially commissioned pieces of art will adorn the interior of the Burj Dubai and the accompanying boulevard when it is opened in September. Master developer Emaar unveiled the first piece of art, World Voices by Jaume Plensa, on Wednesday. The sculpture features 196 cymbals, cast in bronze and plated with 18-carat gold, which represent the 196 countries of the world. "Burj Dubai is a body and a house,” said Plensa in a recent visit to Dubai. "My piece is at the entrance of the ...  >>MORE

CITYarts honours Sheikha Manal with specially crafted ‘Royal Simplicity’ award

Posted on 20/05/2009

On behalf of wife of His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs, HH Sheikha Manal Bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, President of the Dubai Women Establishment (DWE), Dr.Lamees Hamdan Al Shamsi, board member of DWE, accepted a specially crafted award from New York-based CITYarts foundation yesterday at Sotheby's in New York, honouring Her Highness' commitment to supporting the development of artistic and cultural talents, ...  >>MORE

Emirates Foundation supports first-ever UAE pavilion at Venice Biennial

Posted on 19/05/2009

This year the Emirates Foundation for Philanthropy will be supporting the first UAE Pavilion at the world-famous Venice Biennale. The Biennale, which runs from 7 June to 22 November 2009, is the foremost annual, international contemporary art exhibition. This is also the first time that a country from the Gulf region has been represented in the Venice Biennale - the exhibit is expected to attract a great deal of interest from visitors as a result. Ahmed Al Sayegh, Board Member of the ...  >>MORE

UAE's first solo fashion '&' beauty photography exhibition by an Emirati opens in Dubai

Posted on 14/04/2009

French Fashion University Esmod (FFUE) - Dubai will host the first solo fashion and beauty photography exhibition by an Emirati from April 14 to 23, 2009. The exposition of UAE national Fatma Abdulla's career works in fashion and commercial photography will highlight the rising popularity of this art form and complement Esmod's commitment to encouraging local talent especially among Emiratis. Fatma's unique portfolio of 17 years of hard work in fashion and commercial photography will be on ...  >>MORE

Khalife to play benefit shows for Palestinian children

Posted on 13/04/2009

The Lebanese musician Marcel Khalife will donate the funds from two shows this week to a Palestinian children's charity. He will play at the Higher Colleges of Technology at Dubai Women's College on Friday and Saturday to audiences of more than 1,000. Proceeds from the concerts will be donated to the Palestine Children's Relief Fund (PCRF), which works on medical cases for children across the Palestinian Territories and has brought many for treatment in Dubai. Organisers hope the shows will ...  >>MORE

The Middle East Youth Orchestra performs inaugural concert

Posted on 12/04/2009

Winning the patronage of Sheikha Manal Bint Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, wife of the Minister of Presidential Affairs HH Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, and Chairperson of Dubai Women Establishment (DWE) the Middle East Youth Orchestra conducted its inaugural concert in Abu Dhabi on Thursday at the Emirates Palace Hotel.A second concert was given in Dubai the next day at the Dubai School of Government. The orchestra is composed of 60 children who were carefully chosen from across the ...  >>MORE

Winning images of Capital on three-month show in malls

Posted on 11/04/2009

The winning images from the ‘Abu Dhabi Through Your Eyes 2008' photography competition set out on a three-month touring roadshow on Thursday, the Office of the Brand of Abu Dhabi (OBAD) announced
on Wednesday. The Winners Photography Tour is visiting six major malls across Abu Dhabi and Al Ain. It started at Abu
Dhabi Mall. The Winners Photography Tour showcases ten inspiring photographs — each with a unique story and each reflecting Abu Dhabi from a
different perspective. ...  >>MORE

Promoting peace through music

Posted on 06/04/2009

The 5th Dubai International Peace Music Festival (for Young Virtuosos) started in Dubai on Saturday. Presented by the Dubai Culture & Arts Authority (Dubai Culture), the festival features the Emirates Youth Symphony Orchestra and the Youth Symphony Orchestra of Premier Music College in Prague. The festival, patronised by Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein, is being organised under the banner of peace and the inspiration of the harmonious coexistence of so many nationalities in Dubai. Second ...  >>MORE

Art Dubai 2009 sees increased attendance

Posted on 28/03/2009

Art Dubai 2009 has ended with record attendance figures and strong buying reported from both regional and international private collectors and museums. Held at the Madinat Jumeirah over five days, Art Dubai saw approximately 14,000 visitors including 4000 overseas participants. With widespread critical praise from the world's press, Art Dubai has confirmed its role as the premier contemporary art fair in the Middle East and a significant new platform for galleries and artists across Asia, ...  >>MORE

Film telling UAE's history wins Abu Dhabi Music and Arts Festival Award

Posted on 24/03/2009

A film by an Abu Dhabi student, Faisal Al Saari and his team, about the history of the UAE has won two prestigious awards given by the Abu Dhabi Music '&' Arts Foundation (ADMAF). A special screening was held yesterday, as part of the 6th Abu Dhabi Music and Arts Festival, to show the winning film 'Story of a Nation'. Faisal is awarded both the Abu Dhabi Music and Arts Festival Award and the Annual ADMAF Creativity Award for this work. Faisal Al Saari is a communications and technology ...  >>MORE

Opera gala launches annual extravaganza

Posted on 22/03/2009

The sixth annual Abu Dhabi Music and Arts Festival opened last night with an opera gala featuring the Romanian soprano Angela Gheorghiu and the German tenor Jonas Kaufmann. The performers were accompanied by the Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra under the Austrian conductor Ion Marin. The festival runs until April 2, with most performances at the Emirates Palace hotel. Under the patronage of Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Ruler opens Wolfsburg Arts exhibition

Posted on 21/03/2009

Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, H.H. Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, in the presence of Sharjah Deputy Ruler, H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Salim Al-Qasimi, inaugurated here Thursday evening the 'Mirrors of Wolfsburg' arts exhibition at the premises of the Emirates Plastic Arts Association in Sharjah. The opening ceremony attracted a large number of dignitaries, including the Mayor of Wolfsburg, Rolf Schnellecke, sheikhs and other officials. Sheikh Sultan toured the various ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Ruler inaugurates 9th Sharjah Biennial

Posted on 20/03/2009

Supreme Council member and Ruler of Sharjah, H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al-Qasimi, Thursday morning inaugurated the 9th Sharjah Biennial in the presence of Sharjah Deputy Ruler, H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Salim Al Qasimi. Eighty two master artists from various parts of the world, including 39 from the Arab World, are taking part in the show, which is being held at the Sharjah Arts Museum. The inauguration ceremony attracted a large number of dignitaries, including sheikhs, ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Biennial an Inspiration for Artists

Posted on 16/03/2009

The entire city of Sharjah will inspire artists for context-specific work, while cultural venues in the emirate will bustle with artistic activities for the next two months with the opening of the ninth edition of Sharjah Biennial (SB9) today. Sharjah's Department of Culture and Information is hosting the event which will end on May 16, 2009. The highly anticipated event is being held under the patronage of His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Member of the UAE Supreme ...  >>MORE

Venice stirs up Emirati artists

Posted on 14/03/2009

The UAE will showcase its most talented artists this year in Italy at the renowned international art exhibition, the Venice Biennale. It will be the first time a Gulf country has had a presence at the event. "It's so important the UAE participates in this,” said Lamya Gargash, one of the participating artists. "There're lots of creative people here, and this is our chance to say something. We can change the way the world looks at us.” A photographer based in Dubai, Ms Gargash likes to shoot ...  >>MORE

Sheikh Majid opens Islamic Art Highlights from the Farjam Collection

Posted on 12/03/2009

HH Sheikh Majid bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Dubai Culture and Arts Authority yesterday opened a rare exhibition of Islamic masterpieces from the world-renowned Farjam Collection at the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC). The event was attended by HE Dr Omar Bin Sulaiman, Governor of the DIFC and Managing Director of Dubai Culture and Arts Authority and their Excellencies the ambassadors of the UK, France and the United States. Supported by the Hafiz Foundation, ...  >>MORE

UAE Photography Society receives Sultan's support

Posted on 05/03/2009

Supreme Council member and Ruler of Sharjah, H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, has provided financial support to the UAE Photography Society. The support, in a form of a grant to cater for the organisation's full budget for the 2009 fiscal year, is coming for the third consecutive year from the Ruler. It includes the expenditure for the running of the organisation's headquarters and those covering its activities throughout the year. Reacting to the Ruler's kind gesture, UAE ...  >>MORE

'Art Antiques Design Dubai' opened

Posted on 19/02/2009

MORE than 2,000 people gathered last evening to witness the opening of the second 'Art Antiques Design Dubai' fair, the Middle East's leading world class art and antiques event which will run through Feb. 22, at Dubai's Madinat Jumeirah. The fair was officially opened by Abdul Rahman Mohammed Al-Owais, UAE Minister for Culture, Youth, and Community Development. For the second edition of 'Art Antiques Design Dubai', organisers have worked in partnership with the Dubai Department of Tourism ...  >>MORE

House of Poetry to be set up soon

Posted on 18/02/2009

The Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Foundation will formally launch the Dubai House of Poetry in the Al Shindagha area during the Dubai International Poetry Festival next month. It will be a focal point for poetic activities all year round. Under the theme, "A Thousand Poets, One Language", the Dubai International Poetry Festival will be held from March 4 to 10 at Madinat Jumeirah as well as the Dubai House of Poetry and Dubai World Trade Centre. The Dubai House of Poetry will feature a ...  >>MORE

Concert on Tolkien's epic trilogy thrills Abu Dhabi

Posted on 15/02/2009

The Emirates Palace Auditorium, for just a few enthralling hours, became J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle Earth. The audience re-lived the epic adventures of Frodo, Sam, Gandalf and their friends as the breathtaking score from the Oscar-winning film trilogy soared, swooped, and swept them along on a magnificent musical journey that few will easily forget. The triumphs, heartaches, sacrifices, love and ultimate peace were all vividly re-constructed for a widely diverse audience. Young and old, ...  >>MORE

Sultan opens Sharjah Gallery at AUC

Posted on 10/02/2009

H. H. Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council member and ruler of Sharjah, inaugurated yesterday the Sharjah Gallery at the new campus of the American University in Cairo (AUC). The UAE leader also opened a parallel exhibition 'A View of East' which will run until March 21 and showcase an elite collection of Sheikh Sultan's valuable masterpieces depicting life in Egypt's markets and coffee shops and themes about mosques and other daily norms. More than 30 works of the 7th and ...  >>MORE

Curtain to rise on Bard’s Arab Tragedy

Posted on 02/02/2009

The capital's winter will be made glorious summer by the UAE debut of the Royal Shakespeare Company's (RSC) first Arabic production. In 2007, the Kuwaiti author and director Sulayman al Bassam was commissioned by the RSC to rewrite the Bard for a Gulf setting. The result was Richard III: An Arab Tragedy. Performed in Arabic with English subtitles by a cast from across the Arab world, the production will be accompanied by the chants of pearl divers, African melodies and music from the desert. ...  >>MORE

Indian and Emirati artists draw on UAE for inspiration for exhibition

Posted on 29/01/2009

The works of Emirati and expatriate Indian artists have been brought together at an exhibition aimed at bringing the communities closer together. The works being displayed at the show, entitled Kaleidoscope, have been inspired by the history and modern challenges of the UAE. The often controversial Indian artist, MF Husain, who has lived in self-imposed exile in Dubai for the past few years, exhibited several of his paintings together with some by his son, Shamshad Husain. The event was ...  >>MORE

Bridge at sunset image wins photo competition

Posted on 13/01/2009

The sun sets behind Al Maqta Bridge bathing it in a golden glow as its street lights flicker into life. This image has been chosen from thousands of entries as winner of the Abu Dhabi Through Your Eyes photographic competition and will be used to promote the emirate throughout the coming year. It was taken by Omar Abdelrahman al Zaabi, an Emirati computer engineer at the Department of Civil Services and an enthusiastic amateur photographer. Entitled Abu Dhabi Gateway, it won him a Dh30,000 ...  >>MORE

Art Dubai builds on success as new centre of art world

Posted on 09/01/2009

International exhibitors are taking a keen interest in the latest edition of Art Dubai as the event continues to draw a host of regional and local artists. Art Dubai 2008 was inaugurated by His Highness Sheikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai. Sheikh Maktoum Bin Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Dubai Deputy Ruler; and Sheikh Majid Bin Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Dubai Culture and Arts Authority, also attended ...  >>MORE

Art sculpture ‘Tolerance’ unveiled in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 08/12/2008

T.O.L.E.R.A.N.C.E., the first permanent public art sculpture created for Abu Dhabi, was unveiled in front of the Amiri Court of Abu Dhabi Crown Prince recently. In the presence of Sheikh Sultan bin Tahnoon Al Nahyan, chairman of Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH) and Mohammed Khalaf Al Mazrouei, general manager of the authority, artist Guy Ferrer unveiled the nine-piece sculpture. "As our city evolves and develops, we are keen to make sure that we put the people at the ...  >>MORE

Gargash opens "Collectors from the Emirates"

Posted on 01/12/2008

Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Dr Mohammed Anwar Gargash yesterday opened the "Collectors from the Emirates" exhibition of rare Swiss timepieces at the Emirates Palace Hotel, Abu Dhabi. The exhibition which runs to December 1st is held under the patronage of Minister of Public Works H.E Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan. Present at the opening ceremony were Minister of Culture, Youth and Community Development Abdul Rehman Al Owais, Swiss Ambassador to UAE Wolfgang Amadeus Bruelhart, ...  >>MORE

Musical on Zayed to celebrate National Day

Posted on 19/11/2008

A musical play by Maestro Abdul Halim Caracalla will held to celebrate the UAE's 37th National Day in the capital, said an official. The work, titled Zayed and the Dream, is the first of its kind artistic venture, said Mohammad Khalaf Al Mazroui, Director General of the Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage, in a press statement. Under the guidance of General Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, the musical ...  >>MORE

Fatima opens artparis Abu Dhabi

Posted on 18/11/2008

HH Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak opened yesterday the artparis-Abu Dhabi 2008 - the Middle East's leading modern and contemporary art fair, at Emirates Palace Hotel. Running from November 17 - 21 under the patronage of HH Gen. Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, the event has expanded by more than 40 per cent, with an impressive participation of 27 new international and regional galleries. artparis Abu Dhabi is an ...  >>MORE

ArtParis Abu Dhabi 2008 features emerging galleries and talent

Posted on 17/11/2008

Emerging regional galleries and the search for young talent will characterise the second annual artparis Abu Dhabi 2008 - the Middle East's leading modern and contemporary art fair. Running November 18 - 21 at Emirates Palace Hotel, artparis Abu Dhabi 2008 has expanded by more than 40 per cent, with an impressive 27 new international and regional galleries participating. Organised in partnership with Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH), Tourism Development '&' Investment ...  >>MORE

artparis Abu Dhabi 2008 centres global attention on capital

Posted on 12/11/2008

The second annual edition of artparis Abu Dhabi, organised in partnership with Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH), Tourism Development and Investment Company (TDIC) and artparis, will open to the public on Tuesday 18th November at Emirates Palace and runs until Friday 21st November 2008. artparis Abu Dhabi international art fair firmly positions the UAE's capital as the Middle East's new cultural hub. "The attention of the global art world is now focused on Abu Dhabi, and ...  >>MORE

A voice of hope in the shadow of loss

Posted on 09/11/2008

A series of concerts dedicated to the late Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish, featuring his friend and collaborator Marcel Khalife, drew large crowds over the weekend, with the money raised pledged to Palestinian children's charities. The Lebanese singer and musician performed in the capital on Thursday and Friday and last night in Dubai in a sold-out show. Khalife, who frequently collaborated with Darwish, setting the poet's words to music, performed in A Salute to Mahmoud Darwish with his ...  >>MORE

A picture is worth 40,000 dirhams

Posted on 06/11/2008

Amateur and professional photographers are being urged to enter the third Emirates Photography Competition to help preserve the heritage of the nation. The Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (Adach) hopes the 2009 competition will be an incentive to capture the beauty of the country's animals, desert and cities. The photography competition, which is part of the Emirates Film Competition, is open to residents and nationals from the GCC. Entries will be accepted until Dec 31 for ...  >>MORE

Capital to showcase best of Bollywood at festival

Posted on 28/10/2008

After successfully hosting the Middle East International Festival, Abu Dhabi is to host an Indian Film Festival featuring some of the most successful commercial films from Bollywood – the home of Indian cinema in Mumbai. The festival will be the first such event organised to indulge the Emirati population and provide them the best of Indian cinema on a unified platform. Yash Chopra's cross-border love saga Veer-Zaara will lead the high-profile list of seven of the latest films to be screened ...  >>MORE

Plans open for ArtParis Abu Dhabi

Posted on 18/09/2008

ArtParis Abu Dhabi is returning in November with a promise to reassert Abu Dhabi's position as meeting point for contemporary art in the region. The successful ArtParis Abu Dhabi 2007 inspired this year's exhibition with an emphasis on promoting Arab artists, young talent and contemporary art. The art fair is promising to attract 15,000 people from across the world. Last year, 10,000 people attended the event. "It is our goal to make this event bigger and better than last year, even though ...  >>MORE

Dubai firm ties up with New York's opera house

Posted on 14/09/2008

The Dubai Event Management Corporation has entered into a one-year partnership with New York's Metropolitan Opera, one of the most widely heard and known opera companies in the world. This will bring to Dubai some of the critically acclaimed series of live high-definition performances, transmitted into movie theatres around the world. Ten operas will be offered during the 2008-09 season of The Met: Live in HD. The series begins on October 11 with soprano Karita Mattila reprising her rivetting ...  >>MORE

Aguilera to perform at Emirates Palace

Posted on 08/09/2008

Christina Aguilera, the Grammy award-winning singer, is scheduled to perform for the first time in the Middle East with a one-off concert at the Emirates Palace hotel in the capital next month. Aguilera, 27, best known for such songs as Dirrty, Candyman and Genie in a Bottle, will perform on the lawns of the luxury hotel on Oct 24. Ticket prices and allocations will be announced next week and will go on sale in the last week of September. Demand to see Aguilera, who has sold more than 37 ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi launches Artscape

Posted on 18/08/2008

A new series of informal, cultural events is being launched in Abu Dhabi with the first taking on a Picasso theme. Artscape Picasso will be held on Thursday, August 28, at the Cultural Foundation with free entry for all. The evening will be packed with activities - for both English and Arabic speakers - which will celebrate the work of Pablo Picasso and modern art related themes in an informal manner through a multi-art form programme including films, live music, literature, a live painting ...  >>MORE

British Council launches a search for the UAE’s top visual arts talent

Posted on 14/07/2008

The British Council has launched its first International Young Visual Arts Entrepreneur (IYVAE) Award in the UAE, which aims to champion and celebrate the importance of creative entrepreneurs. The IYVAE Award will identify a UAE National or resident who is working in the visual arts sector and who is able to demonstrate business success with a social or not-for-profit enterprise in this sector. International recognition and an arts tour of the UK awaits the winner. According to the British ...  >>MORE

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UAE showcases artworks at 53rd Venice arts Biennale event


Emirates Foundation to promote UAE artists at 2009 Venice Biennale Art Fair


1,000 art works to adorn Burj Dubai


CITYarts honours Sheikha Manal with specially crafted ‘Royal Simplicity’ award


Emirates Foundation supports first-ever UAE pavilion at Venice Biennial


UAE's first solo fashion '&' beauty photography exhibition by an Emirati opens in Dubai


Khalife to play benefit shows for Palestinian children


The Middle East Youth Orchestra performs inaugural concert


Winning images of Capital on three-month show in malls


Promoting peace through music


Art Dubai 2009 sees increased attendance


Film telling UAE's history wins Abu Dhabi Music and Arts Festival Award


Opera gala launches annual extravaganza


Sharjah Ruler opens Wolfsburg Arts exhibition


Sharjah Ruler inaugurates 9th Sharjah Biennial


Sharjah Biennial an Inspiration for Artists


Venice stirs up Emirati artists


Sheikh Majid opens Islamic Art Highlights from the Farjam Collection


UAE Photography Society receives Sultan's support


'Art Antiques Design Dubai' opened


House of Poetry to be set up soon


Concert on Tolkien's epic trilogy thrills Abu Dhabi


Sultan opens Sharjah Gallery at AUC


Curtain to rise on Bard’s Arab Tragedy


Indian and Emirati artists draw on UAE for inspiration for exhibition


Bridge at sunset image wins photo competition


Art Dubai builds on success as new centre of art world


Art sculpture ‘Tolerance’ unveiled in Abu Dhabi


Gargash opens "Collectors from the Emirates"


Musical on Zayed to celebrate National Day


Fatima opens artparis Abu Dhabi


ArtParis Abu Dhabi 2008 features emerging galleries and talent


artparis Abu Dhabi 2008 centres global attention on capital


A voice of hope in the shadow of loss


A picture is worth 40,000 dirhams


Capital to showcase best of Bollywood at festival


Plans open for ArtParis Abu Dhabi


Dubai firm ties up with New York's opera house


Aguilera to perform at Emirates Palace


Abu Dhabi launches Artscape


British Council launches a search for the UAE’s top visual arts talent