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HISTORY & TRADITIONS - ARTS

Entries for Dubai Canvas Competition exceeds 5400 photos

Posted on 11/03/2015

Dubai, 11th March, 2015 (WAM): Brand Dubai, a subsidiary of the Government of Dubai Media Office, announced that the number of entries for Dubai Canvas Competition has exceeded 5400 photos. The competition was launched earlier on Instagram via the hashtag #DubaiCanvas according to the terms and conditions defined by Dubai Canvas Organising Committee. The Committee is currently short-listing the best 100 entry to post them for public vote. The winning photo will be awarded Dh 20,000, the 2nd ...  >>MORE

Dubai Canvas wraps up an innovation-packed week

Posted on 08/03/2015

The first session of Dubai Canvas Festival was wrapped up following an innovation- packed week. The festival was held with the participation of world-class 3D pavement art elites and a selected group of promising Emirati artists. Took place at THE BEACH, opposite Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR) from the 1st to the 7th of March 2015, the event was organised by Brand Dubai, the innovation arm of the Government of Dubai Media Office. "The support of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Biennial features new work and commissions

Posted on 07/03/2015

Sharjah Biennial 12: The past, the present, the possible (SB12), which opened on Thursday in the presence of H.H. Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Member of the UAE Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah, is displaying works by more than fifty artists and cultural practitioners from twenty-five countries, with over two thirds of the participants presenting new work and commissions. Curated by Eungie Joo with associate curator Ryan Inouye, and organised by Sharjah Art Foundation, SB12 ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Ruler opens 12th edition of Sharjah Biennial

Posted on 06/03/2015

H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, yesterday opened the 12th edition of the Sharjah Biennial (SB12), the longest running and perhaps the most influential contemporary art event in the Gulf, being held under the title "The Past, The Present, The Possible." The event is being organised by the Sharjah Art Foundation at Al Mareija, Sharjah. Upon his arrival to the event, Sheikh Sultan was received by Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, ...  >>MORE

12th edition of the Sharjah Biennial gets underway today

Posted on 05/03/2015

The 12th edition of the Sharjah Biennial (SB12), the longest running and perhaps most influential contemporary art event in the Gulf, opens today, 5 March under the title "The Past, The Present, The Possible". Organised by Sharjah Art Foundation and curated by Eungie Joo, a former curator at the New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York, the Biennial will showcase works by 50 artists from 20 countries, 36 of whom will be presenting newly commissioned pieces, some in unexpected sites ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Rashid visits Dubai Canvas

Posted on 04/03/2015

Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, has visited the Dubai Canvas Festival at the Beach, Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR). Sheikh Mohammed was accompanied by Crown Prince of Dubai, H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. Sheikh Mohammed and his delegation toured the festival organised by Brand Dubai, a subsidiary of the Government of Dubai Media Office. He asserted that "Art is bridge that connect nations and ...  >>MORE

Maraya Art Centre and Barjeel Art Foundation host opening night for 2 unique exhibitions

Posted on 03/03/2015

SHARJAH, 3rd March, 2015 (WAM) -- Sheikha Bodour bint Sultan Al Qasimi, Chairperson of Sharjah Investment and Development Authority, Shurooq, attended, on Sunday evening, the opening night of two revolutionary art exhibitions at Maraya Art Centre, Sharjah's innovative contemporary visual arts hub, in collaboration with Barjeel Art Foundation, in participation of a group of creative young artists from the region and beyond. The opening night of the bespoke exhibitions, respectively titled ...  >>MORE

Dubai Canvas Festival opens with participation of 3D Art leading figures

Posted on 02/03/2015

Dubai Canvas Festival, which is organised by Brand Dubai, a subsidiary of the Government of Dubai Media Office (GDMO), kicked off in Dubai yesterday. The week-long Festival is held at THE BEACH, opposite Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR) with participation of a host of famous three-dimensional (3D) artists. 3D art is the theme selected for this year's session. Dubai Canvas, being organised in the region for the first time, supports the vision of transforming Dubai into an open air museum and ...  >>MORE

92 modern art galleries at fair

Posted on 28/02/2015

Art Dubai, the world's largest annual fair of showcasing artists from around the world, is set to debut at Madinat Jumeirah between March 18-21 and will include 92 modern and contemporary galleries from 40 countries. Art Dubai is being held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, while the 2015 Global Art Forum will take on the theme of technology. – The Gulf Today - >>MORE

Brand Dubai & Meraas partner for Dubai Canvas

Posted on 28/02/2015

Brand Dubai, a subsidiary of the Government of Dubai Media Office, has announced cooperation with Meraas, a Dubai-based holding company, in organising the first session of Dubai Canvas Festival expected to kick off at THE BEACH opposite Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR) from 1st to 7th of March 2015. The event is held with participation from local and international elite artists. Brand Dubai has chosen THE BEACH to hold this global event as the location is a major attraction and has an ...  >>MORE

Design Days Dubai returns in 2015 with expanded global participation

Posted on 26/02/2015

The international design fair, Design Days Dubai, returns to the UAE for its fourth year with an extensive showcase of conceptual works and limited-edition design from an expanded representation of international and regional designers. The 2015 edition of the Middle East and South Asia's only collectable design fair welcomes a globally diverse line-up of 44 exhibitors from 20 countries from 16th - 20th March. Returning to the prestigious location of The Venue, next to the world's tallest ...  >>MORE

Dubai Canvas Festival to kick off in March at "THE BEACH"

Posted on 24/02/2015

Dubai Canvas Festival will kick off in Dubai on 1 March 2015; the event is organised by Brand Dubai, a subsidiary of the Government of Dubai Media Office (GDMO). Dubai Canvas is a new addition that contributes far greater value to Dubai's vibrant cultural agenda aiming to support Dubai's efforts to introduce creativity and innovation to the emirate's residents and visitors. In each session, Dubai Canvas Festival focuses on a different form of art. This year's session spotlights on 3D art and ...  >>MORE

Maraya Art Centre and Barjeel Art Foundation to open' Accented’ and 2nd edition of ‘Aide-memoire’ on March 1st

Posted on 24/02/2015

Maraya Art Centre and Barjeel Art Foundation, will usher in two concurrent captivating exhibitions on the evening of March 1st this year. The simultaneous showings - respectively ‘Accented' and the 2ndexhibition of ‘Aide-memoire' - will be on display in Maraya's Gallery and the Barjeel Art Foundation, in addition to Maraya Art Park at Al Majaz Waterfront. ‘Accented', a bespoke exhibition curated by Sharjah-born critic and curator Murtaza Vali, investigates the idea of the human ‘accent' acting ...  >>MORE

Van Gogh Museum’s Relievo exhibition lands in Dubai

Posted on 23/02/2015

Dubai is to become the third city in the world, and first in the region, to host the launch of the Van Gogh Museum's Relievo exhibition. After stops in Hong Kong and Los Angeles, the exhibition, which offers reproductions of some of Vincent Van Gogh's most-famous paintings for limited-edition sale, will be on display at the Fairmont the Palm hotel from Wednesday until March 31. The Dutch painter's great grand-nephew, Vincent Willem van Gogh, will host the exhibition along with the director of ...  >>MORE

Maraya Art Centre Jedariya initiative off to a great start with spectacular eL Seed mural

Posted on 16/02/2015

Jedariya, the compelling new live outdoor street art initiative by Sharjah's innovative contemporary visual arts hub, Maraya Art Centre, has delivered its first visual masterpiece, an elaborate calligraphy-style mural on the walls of a building in Bank Street, by acclaimed street artist, ‘eL Seed' Known for his unique style ‘calligraffiti', fusing elements of both the graffiti and Arabic calligraphic traditions, eL Seed drew crowds of spectators over the ten days it took to complete the mural. ...  >>MORE

UAE National Pavilion to feature works by 14 UAE artists

Posted on 29/01/2015

Drawing upon extensive historical research, Sheikha Hoor bint Sultan Al Qasimi, curator for the UAE National Pavilion at la Biennale di Venezia and President and Director of the Sharjah Art Foundation, will present a diverse assemblage of work by key figures in the country's art history at the 56th International Art Exhibition – la Biennale di Venezia. Titled "1980 – Today: Exhibitions in the United Arab Emirates", the exhibition features the work of 14 artists: Ahmed Al Ansari, Moosa Al ...  >>MORE

Islamic art centre featuring historical pieces opens in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 27/01/2015

An Islamic art centre opened in Abu Dhabi on Monday to a large crowd eager to view its historical pieces collected from around the Muslim world. From paintings and sculptures to silk carpets, Ottoman pistols, jewel tapestries and shawls, the Miraj Islamic Art Centre boasted hundreds of art pieces at its new location in the Hilton Capital Grand. Madina Mahmoud, a 43-year-old Russian who has been in Abu Dhabi for 15 years, was one of the visitors. "I used to make carpets when I was 15 years old ...  >>MORE

MBRF launches first phase of ‘Writers Exchange’ programme between UAE and Japan

Posted on 20/01/2015

Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Foundation (MBRF) yesterday announced the official launch of the first phase of its Dubai International Programme for Writing, ‘Writers Exchange' between the UAE and Japan in partnership with Japan Arts and Culture Foundation. The announcement was made at a press conference in Dubai, and as part of the exchange programme, two male and two female writers have been selected from the UAE and Japan who will stay for a while in each other's countries, where they will ...  >>MORE

Sheikh Mohammed praises art scene in Dubai

Posted on 17/01/2015

Dubai: His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, visited the exhibition of shortlisted works for the 9th edition of the Sheikha Manal Young Artist Award, at City Walk. Sheikh Mohammed viewed the artworks on display, and praised the high calibre works. He expressed his appreciation for the role of the Sheikha Manal Young Artist Award in enriching the arts and cultural scene of the UAE. During his tour, he stopped to ...  >>MORE

Two young new Emirati talents revealed at Sharjah Children Biennial

Posted on 15/01/2015

The artworks of children and young people that are currently on display at the fourth edition of the Sharjah Children Biennial have revealed two new Emirati talents in the art forms of doodling, graffiti, and doll making. Organised by the Department of Sharjah Children Centres in collaboration with the Sharjah Museums Department (SMD), at the Children's Centre in Mughayder, the biennial kicked off on 9 December, 2014, and will continue until 9 February, 2015. The UAE's participation is the ...  >>MORE

Young Emiratis learn the business of art

Posted on 13/01/2015

Twenty young Emirati dancers, painters, writers, filmmakers and photographers are learning to transform their skills into viable businesses thanks to an 18-month vocational training course. The Cultural Excellence Fellowship Programme, run by the Abu Dhabi Music and Arts Foundation (Admaf) in partnership with the British Council, requires the students to attend one-day business focused workshops every other weekend. Each seminar is led by professionals and academics who offer training on ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Biennial develops children’s talents in the telling of fairy tales

Posted on 08/01/2015

A variety of photos taken by children aged 6-12, portraying their creative imagination and talent, have revealed Emirati children talented in the telling of fairy tales, promising a great future for these children in literature and cinema. The photos are accompanied by an audio recording in which the children describe the imaginary characters in the photos. The photos are on display at the 4th Sharjah Children Biennial, which is organised by the Department of Children Centres in collaboration ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Children Biennial receives overwhelming interest

Posted on 05/01/2015

Artworks displayed at the 4th Sharjah Children Biennial have received overwhelming interest from visitors and connoisseurs of art and creativity, due to the high artistic skills showed by children and young people who created the works. The biennial, which showcases nearly 550 artworks created by children and young people from 11 Arab and foreign countries, will move to the Children's Centre in Mughayder as of 9th of January. Organised by the Department of Children Centres in Sharjah, in ...  >>MORE

Abaya-inspired art wins Christo and Jeanne-Claude prize

Posted on 28/12/2014

The winners of the 2015 Christo and Jeanne-Claude Award took inspiration for their winning artwork from the abaya. The design – by Salwa Al Khudairi and Nada Al Mulla, architecture students at the American University of Sharjah – is a wall that curves in many directions. Titled Keswa, an old Arabic word meaning cloth or covering, the steel wall represents a shelter in a public place. Entrants were asked to take inspiration from the work of the artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude, best known for ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi’s Unique Volvo Ocean Race village mural to go on sale January 3

Posted on 24/12/2014

A unique wall mural, measuring 20 metres by 3 metres and covering two walls at Abu Dhabi's Volvo Ocean Race (VOR) Destination Village on the Corniche Breakwater, is to go on sale on January 3, the final day of the UAE capital's hosting of the hardy VOR fleet with 50 per cent of the proceeds going to charity. The mural is being painted by acclaimed French artist Remi Bertoche of Biarritz who has created advertisements for some of the world's biggest brands, commissioned work for Middle Eastern ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Children Biennial’s works appeal to international community to promote world peace

Posted on 22/12/2014

The fourth edition of the Sharjah Children Biennial has continued its activities at the Sharjah Art Museum where 550 artworks created by children and young people aged 6-18 years, from Arab and foreign countries, are on display. The UAE is participating with 428 works, the largest ever participation in this year's edition, which will conclude on 9th February 2015. Held under the gracious patronage of the Wife of H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of ...  >>MORE

AUD announces crossover design contest winners

Posted on 15/12/2014

The American University in Dubai (AUD) in cooperation with Swedish Wood, part of Swedish Forest Industries Association, yesterday announced the winners of a student design competition creating a link between Scandinavian wood culture and Arabic design. Jean Thesilv, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Sweden to UAE was present on the occasion. The winners of the Swedish Wood Meets Arabia are Mariah Sobh and Syeda Salwa Hasan for the design ‘The Hybrid', which won them an invitation for a one-week ...  >>MORE

Dubai makes huge leap in pop culture with graffiti scroll bid, artists say

Posted on 29/11/2014

Dubai has made a huge leap in opening the city to graffiti artists and street art as part of its celebration of its 43rd National Day. But officials maintain that this has to be organised. More than 150 artists from all over the world converged in Jumeirah near the Beach Park on Saturday to complete the record bid for the world's longest graffiti scroll. Graffiti is a writing or drawing, or a combination of both, on a wall or a surface using spray paint. Dubai aims to tell the U.A.E.'s story, ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Art concludes successful sixth edition highlighting U.A.E. cultural landscape

Posted on 25/11/2014

Abu Dhabi Art 2014, held under the patronage of His Highness General Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the U.A.E. Armed Forces, and organised by Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority, has announced another highly successful event celebrating the cultural landscape of Abu Dhabi and the U.A.E.. As a distinctive platform that is continuously evolving to adapt to the ongoing developments in the cultural landscape of Saadiyat Cultural ...  >>MORE

Tawazun hails successful Art Abu Dhabi festival

Posted on 09/11/2014

Tawazun Holding has hailed the successful Art Abu Dhabi 2014 and said it has remained one of the main participants in the event. Tawazun's CEO Saif Mohammed Al Hajeri said the company has also remained one of the key buyers of the festival's art work out of its keenness to support the event, which is held on Saadiyat island. During a panel discussion titled 'Art Collectors in the U.A.E.', Al Hajeri explained the company's participation in the presence of health minister and chairman of the ...  >>MORE

Sharjah International Book Fair brings Mexican art to visitors

Posted on 07/11/2014

Mexican Art took centre stage in the children's activities programme at the 33rd Sharjah International Book Fair. During three workshops conducted by Mexican artists, children got the chance to create a piñata and paint imaginary animal sculptures made out of seeds and on special Mexican paper. In her 'Papel Amate' workshop, Laura Orozco gave children Amate, a special Mexican form of paper akin to the Egyptian papyrus. Traditionally, the paper is made out of tree bark that is boiled for hours, ...  >>MORE

ADMAF presents Design Commission Award to students for pavilion at this year’s Art Abu Dhabi

Posted on 07/11/2014

Under the patronage of Sheikh Nahyan Mubarak Al Nahyan, U.A.E. Minister of Culture, Youth and Community Development, Abu Dhabi Music and Arts Foundation, ADMAF, presented Meera Rashid Al Mualla, Mina Watan Al Sheikhly and Saba Rahanjam, from the University of Sharjah's College of Fine Arts and Design, with the ADMAF Design Commission Award 2014. The ceremony was held at the ADMAF Pavilion at Art Abu Dhabi and was attended by Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture, Youth and ...  >>MORE

Louvre Abu Dhabi Talking Art Series begins

Posted on 07/11/2014

Louvre Abu Dhabi Talking Art Series began yesterday with a discussion led by Louvre Abu Dhabi's Pritzker-prize winning architect, Jean Nouvel, held during the Art Abu Dhabi Fair at Manarat Al Saadiyat. Alongside Jean-Francois Charnier, Scientific Director, Agency France-Museums, and Brazilian contemporary artist Ernesto Neto, the panel explored the topic of Museums as Sites for New Experiences. Presented by the Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority, TCA Abu Dhabi, in collaboration with the ...  >>MORE

Mansour cartoon prepares for Season Two

Posted on 30/10/2014

The popular Emirati cartoon, Mansour, is back for a second season. The unique show blends comedy, multi-national characters and meaningful storylines revolving around the heritage and values of the U.A.E.. Mansour was conceptualised in an effort to connect with young Emiratis about having healthy lifestyles, pursuing careers in knowledge-intensive industries and reinforcing cultural identity. The success of the first season in the U.A.E., supported by Mubadala Development Company, will be ...  >>MORE

ADMAF pavilion at Abu Dhabi Art celebrates Emirati excellence in art and design

Posted on 30/10/2014

Abu Dhabi Music and Arts Foundation, ADMAF, will showcase its on-going commitment to the arts through the work of emerging Emirati artists and designers at Abu Dhabi Art Fair. Award-winning pieces by Fatima Fayrooz and Shakhbout Al Kaabi will be presented in a pavilion inspired by the architecture of Zaha Hadid and designed by Emirati university undergraduates. ADMAF's presence at Abu Dhabi Art in 2014 will further highlight the Foundation's activities in nurturing creativity among young ...  >>MORE

Maraya Art Centre to take part in Istanbul Design Week

Posted on 29/10/2014

The Maraya Art Centre is set to take part in Istanbul Design Week, taking place from the 5th to the 9th of November 2014. Maraya's participation is in line with the Centre's future plans to nurture local design talent and aims to promote and create awareness of artists and designers from the Gulf region in Turkey and will also mark the first stop on the international tour of the centre's ground-breaking collective design exhibition, ‘Islamopolitan'. In addition, Maraya Art Centre Manager, ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Art announces 2014 programme

Posted on 23/10/2014

Abu Dhabi Art, organised by Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority, TCA Abu Dhabi, returns with an interdisciplinary programme of art, talks and sensational experiences from November 5th-8th. The sixth edition welcomes artists, collectors, galleries, art professionals and visitors from around the world to participate in a programme that takes Abu Dhabi's future cultural institutions as guiding principles to reflect on themes of time, space and history. "This year, the Abu Dhabi Art programme ...  >>MORE

Downtown Design to unveil ground-breaking innovations from London's Royal College of Art

Posted on 22/10/2014

The London-based Royal College of Art, RCA, is unveiling three ground-breaking projects featuring some of the world's most promising new technologies at the upcoming Downtown Design, the Middle East's platform for original design, from October 28th to 31st. The event, which will take place in The Venue, Downtown Dubai, is held under the patronage of H.H. Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Dubai Culture and Arts Authority, and is ...  >>MORE

Inside Dubai’s flourishing art scene

Posted on 21/10/2014

New art galleries seem to be opening up every so often in Dubai. From paintings and sculptures to digital projects too, the art scene in Dubai seems to be growing, with the constant demand and supply of artwork. The art movement currently in Dubai is very strong. The fast pace of development of the city has had a major impact on the growth of the art sector. That is what pushed the art industry to move faster but it doesn't mean that there was no art before. Started in the 1980s, non-profit ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Museums Department presents 5th Edition Lasting Impressions: Noor Ali Rashid

Posted on 19/10/2014

Sharjah Museums Department has announced that Lasting Impressions: Noor Ali Rashid, will be on view from October 22, 2014, through December 6, 2014. The exhibition, developed in collaboration with the Noor Ali Rashid Archives, is the first, extensive retrospective of Middle East's pioneering photojournalist. Celebrated as the father of photojournalism in the region, Noor Ali Rashid (1929 -2010) amassed a collection of over a million images during his six decades of capturing the ordinary ...  >>MORE

Photographer Farah Al Qasimi presents her perspective on Dubai through a series of pictures

Posted on 07/10/2014

In the smaller project space upstairs at The Third Line Gallery this month is a new show by Farah Al Qasimi, an Emirati photographer. Farah Al Qasimi's The World Is Sinking is a series of idiosyncratic images capturing the trivial and often overlooked details of locations around Dubai, to offer a different perspective of the city. They include a dirty sink at the back of a butcher's shop with a garishly colourful wall confusing the image; a dropped water pistol on a sandy floor with only a ...  >>MORE

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Entries for Dubai Canvas Competition exceeds 5400 photos


Dubai Canvas wraps up an innovation-packed week


Sharjah Biennial features new work and commissions


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12th edition of the Sharjah Biennial gets underway today


Mohammed bin Rashid visits Dubai Canvas


Maraya Art Centre and Barjeel Art Foundation host opening night for 2 unique exhibitions


Dubai Canvas Festival opens with participation of 3D Art leading figures


92 modern art galleries at fair


Brand Dubai & Meraas partner for Dubai Canvas


Design Days Dubai returns in 2015 with expanded global participation


Dubai Canvas Festival to kick off in March at "THE BEACH"


Maraya Art Centre and Barjeel Art Foundation to open' Accented’ and 2nd edition of ‘Aide-memoire’ on March 1st


Van Gogh Museum’s Relievo exhibition lands in Dubai


Maraya Art Centre Jedariya initiative off to a great start with spectacular eL Seed mural


UAE National Pavilion to feature works by 14 UAE artists


Islamic art centre featuring historical pieces opens in Abu Dhabi


MBRF launches first phase of ‘Writers Exchange’ programme between UAE and Japan


Sheikh Mohammed praises art scene in Dubai


Two young new Emirati talents revealed at Sharjah Children Biennial


Young Emiratis learn the business of art


Sharjah Biennial develops children’s talents in the telling of fairy tales


Sharjah Children Biennial receives overwhelming interest


Abaya-inspired art wins Christo and Jeanne-Claude prize


Abu Dhabi’s Unique Volvo Ocean Race village mural to go on sale January 3


Sharjah Children Biennial’s works appeal to international community to promote world peace


AUD announces crossover design contest winners


Dubai makes huge leap in pop culture with graffiti scroll bid, artists say


Abu Dhabi Art concludes successful sixth edition highlighting U.A.E. cultural landscape


Tawazun hails successful Art Abu Dhabi festival


Sharjah International Book Fair brings Mexican art to visitors


ADMAF presents Design Commission Award to students for pavilion at this year’s Art Abu Dhabi


Louvre Abu Dhabi Talking Art Series begins


Mansour cartoon prepares for Season Two


ADMAF pavilion at Abu Dhabi Art celebrates Emirati excellence in art and design


Maraya Art Centre to take part in Istanbul Design Week


Abu Dhabi Art announces 2014 programme


Downtown Design to unveil ground-breaking innovations from London's Royal College of Art


Inside Dubai’s flourishing art scene


Sharjah Museums Department presents 5th Edition Lasting Impressions: Noor Ali Rashid


Photographer Farah Al Qasimi presents her perspective on Dubai through a series of pictures