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HISTORY & TRADITIONS - ARTS

Emirati artist collects GPS coordinates over 14 years

Posted on 18/11/2013

An Emirati artist who has collected 14 years' worth of GPS coordinates is displaying his artistic journey around the world through a multi-media installation at Maraya Art Centre in Sharjah. Mohammad Kazem who described his latest project ‘Raw Data (1999-2013)'as a "semi-retrospective biography”, has combined art and navigational principles by collecting GPS readings throughout his professional career and representing them for the first time on an atmospheric computer-generated installation. ...  >>MORE

Sheikha Alyazia to showcase artwork

Posted on 18/11/2013

Sheikha Alyazia Bint Nahyan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan is set to showcase her work on Tuesday at the Abu Dhabi Art Fair in Saadiyat Cultural District on Saadiyat Island with the participation of prominent artists from around the world. The five-day exclusive showcase is being featured by Artspace Gallery and will display the artist's two latest collections: The Spontaneity Series and the Carrom Station Series. In her refreshing Spontaneity Series, the artist looks at what it means to truly let go ...  >>MORE

Emirati Expressions show opens in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 07/11/2013

For 10 years, Abdullah Al Saadi has been fascinated with sweet potatoes. A farmer from Khor Fakkan, who studied art in Japan and Scotland, Al Saadi has been growing — and studying — this once staple vegetable on the East Coast diet. From 2000 until 2010 he categorised the shapes of sweet potatoes into male and female forms, musical instruments and was even inspired by it to create a new alphabet. Writing a number on a sweet potato, he used to leave it outside his mother's front door, to let her ...  >>MORE

Emirati designers show off talent at exhibition

Posted on 01/11/2013

From 21st century Persian rugs, to eclectic chairs and cabinets showcased at Downtown Design exhipbition. What do you get if you give a household object to an Emirati designer and challenge him to come up with something creative? A useful little bookstand is what. Self-titled ‘From Hanger to Stand', UAE-born furniture designer Khalid Shafar accepted the challenge with open arms when he was given a wire hanger by Khaleej Times' reporter on the penultimate day of the UAE's first Downtown ...  >>MORE

Long art print to attempt world record

Posted on 01/11/2013

As part of the off-track entertainment at this year's Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand prix, official Formula 1 artist Mark Dickens with the support of Zayed University students, will attempt to set a new World Record on Wednesday Oct.30 at Yas Marina Circuit by creating the world's longest fine art print. Art students from Zayed University will assist the British artist in the creation of the art piece, which will involve rolling inked up Pirelli tyres in relay along a 200 metre long ...  >>MORE

2014 Production Programme: open call for SAF artist grants

Posted on 30/10/2013

Sharjah Art Foundation (SAF) has announced the 2014 Production Programme open call, offering grants for artists working in a range of media including sculpture, installation, time-based media, artist's books, and performance. Up to a total of US$ 200,000 is available in this application cycle. Over the past decade, SAF Production Programme grants have resulted in a range of major commissions, including works by Bani Abidi and CAMP, which premiered at dOCUMENTA (13) in Kassel, Germany. The ...  >>MORE

Emirati Expressions: Realised exhibition opens its doors in Manarat Al Saadiyat

Posted on 29/10/2013

The third edition of "Emirati Expressions: Realised", an exhibition showcasing newly commissioned artworks of six distinguished Emirati artists from across the U.A.E. has officially commenced at Manarat Al Saadiyat in Abu Dhabi. Running until 18th January 2014 at the Arts Centre on Saadiyat Island, "Emirati Expressions: Realised" presents the previously "unrealised" projects of Emirati artists Abdullah Al Saadi, Ebtisam Abdulaziz, Layla Juma, Mohamed Al Mazrouei, Mohammed Ahmed Ibrahim, and ...  >>MORE

Art show in Sharjah: Chaos into Clarity

Posted on 29/10/2013

Sharjah Art Foundation (SAF) has inaugurated their latest exhibition, "Chaos into Clarity: Re-Possessing a Funktioning Utopia", a show that includes works that investigate the "Aesthetic of Funk". The exhibition was opened by SAF President and Director, Sheikha Hoor Al-Qasimi, and the reception was attended by Sheikh Khalid bin Sultan Al-Qasimi, Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan bin Khalifa Al Nahyan, Abdullah Al Owais, Chairman of the Department of Culture and Information in Sharjah, and Hisham Al ...  >>MORE

Heritage-inspired Qasr al Hosn Festival photo wins visitabudhabi Instagram contest

Posted on 24/10/2013

Khaled Abdulrahman Al Hashimi has won the #SnapAbuDhabi Instagram contest, after his heritage-inspired photograph was selected from over 3,500 entries. Khaled's winning shot, a traditional lamp on the background of Abu Dhabi's oldest building, the iconic Qasr Al Hosn fort, was taken by the 35-year-old Emirati during this year's Qasr Al Hosn Festival. Born and raised in Abu Dhabi, Khaled has always been proud of his city and his culture. "The sun was setting and I was inspired by the golden ...  >>MORE

UAE artists who are drawn to animation

Posted on 24/10/2013

They dream of being the Arabian answer to Walt Disney and Nick Park, the creator of Wallace and Gromit. Or maybe the biggest thing since the UAE's very own Freej grandmothers. The new generation of students is taking it frame by frame to develop their addiction to animation. Tadreeb's Cartoon Network Animation Academy has just taken in its fourth batch of students and Oliver Acker, head lecturer, hopes they will pioneer a regional animation industry – with Abu Dhabi at its heart. "Being an ...  >>MORE

Artists-in-Residence Dubai announces open call for 2014 edition

Posted on 14/10/2013

The Dubai Culture and Arts Authority (Dubai Culture), the Emirate's dedicated Authority for culture, arts, and heritage, in collaboration with Art Dubai, Tashkeel, and the Delfina Foundation, has opened submissions for the 2014 edition of the annual Artists-in-Residence (A.i.R) Dubai programme, held at Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood, the cultural nerve-centre of Dubai. The annual residency programme for artists will once again coincide with Art Week, Dubai's premier umbrella arts ...  >>MORE

Expo ’20-themed graffiti wall wows passersby

Posted on 13/10/2013

Titled ‘Connecting Minds, Creating the Future,' ‘Al Ydar' is an Urban Art Wall project that transforms the 140-metre-long outward-facing wall of Dubai Ladies Club on Jumeirah Beach Road. Mona Bin Kalli, Director of Sheikha Manal's Cultural Office said, "We are delighted to unveil Al Ydar – this creative art piece – for the public, which is also one of the longest graffiti art walls in the UAE and also the longest Expo 2020 themed graffiti wall in the UAE.” The artwork, which will be on ...  >>MORE

Emirati calligraphers display inspiring works at UN exhibition in Geneva

Posted on 12/10/2013

Geneva - Twenty six Emirati and Arab female calligraphers are displaying more than 50 beautiful Arabic calligraphic works at an art exhibition held by the UN Arab Book Club at the Palais des Nations in Geneva. Obaid Salem Al Zaabi, Permanent Representative of the United Arab Emirates to the United Nations and other international organisations in Geneva, said in his address at the opening ceremony that the participation of elite Emirati calligraphers at the cultural event underscores the UAE's ...  >>MORE

Dubai Urban Art Wall project - 'Al Ydar', a tribute to UAE’s bid to host the Expo 2020 in Dubai

Posted on 10/10/2013

H.H. Sheikha Manal bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, President of Dubai Women Establishment, Wife of H.H. Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs announced the launch of 'Al Ydar' - which is an Urban Art Wall project that will transform the 140 metre long outward-facing wall of Dubai Ladies Club, along Jumeirah Beach Road, into a stunning community-focused mural. On this occasion, Sheikha Manal said, "In more recent times the urban art ...  >>MORE

Louvre Abu Dhabi exhibits to go on public preview

Posted on 09/10/2013

Louvre Abu Dhabi's third ‘Talking Art Series' offers audiences a preview of the future museum's narrative and permanent collection through talks and workshops by world-renowned experts that concentrate on themes of cultural and artistic exchange. Over the course of six months, from Oct. 22, 2013 to May 21, 2014, a multitude of topics from cultural traditions, the shift of photography as an art, artistic dialogues beyond the east and west, to famous collections and calligraphy and architecture ...  >>MORE

Maraya Art Centre participates in Moving Image Art Fair London 2013

Posted on 07/10/2013

Maraya Art Centre has announced that three of its artists from the Maraya Video Archive will participate in the Moving Image Art Fair, a showcase devoted to video, film, animation, projections and other moving images, which will take place at the Bargehouse in London from 17th-20th October. The fair was conceived to offer a unique viewing experience and to provide a rich programme of international works by some of today's most important artists, and the next edition of the event will host an ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Arts Museum announces new art collection at Lasting Impressions Exhibition

Posted on 04/10/2013

The fourth annual Lasting Impressions exhibition at Sharjah Art Museum, which is hosted by Sharjah Museums Department (SMD), is to bring together a retrospective collection of paintings by the late Syrian artist, Abdul-Latif Al-Smoudi. Conceived in 2010, the Lasting Impressions Exhibition showcases the works of outstanding local and Arab artists, who over the course of their careers have carved out a distinguished presence in the Arab contemporary cultural landscape. This year's exhibition ...  >>MORE

Dubai keen on promoting cultural values and art

Posted on 04/10/2013

The country is keen to promote cultural values and art among its people, speakers at a recent discussion said. More studies and research are needed on how to implement the process. Dr Mohammed Al Murr, leading Emirati Author, Speaker and Member of the Federal National Council, speaking at the fourth session of the Dubai Partnership Agenda (DPA) said education should cover areas such as urban architecture, literature and fine art. DPA was launched in 2010 by the General Secretariat of the ...  >>MORE

Emirati winners announced for Abu Dhabi Art's wings project

Posted on 30/09/2013

The designs of six Emirati artists have won the Abu Dhabi Art Wings Project competition organised by Abu Dhabi Tourism '&' Culture Authority (TCA Abu Dhabi). Part of the wider Abu Dhabi Art Design Programme, it has received an enormously positive response which was supported by a multitude of submissions from all over the country to create new concepts featuring the Abu Dhabi Art wing logo. Winners for this year's Wings Project are: Eman Al Raesi, Kaltham Mohamed Al Marzooqi, Khalid Mahmood, ...  >>MORE

World's richest photography prize in Dubai: Amazing winning pics

Posted on 29/09/2013

The results for the prestigious Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum International Photography Award are here. Participants from around the world, including Emiratis, won the top honours. Winners in the sections such as Beauty of Light Category; Black & White Category; Emirates Category; and General Category have been so far announced. Below are the pictures of the grand prize winner and the first three winners of the above mentioned categories. – Emirates 24│7 ...  >>MORE

Graffiti in the fast lane

Posted on 29/09/2013

Going towards the Yas Marina Circuit, as you emerge out of the Yas tunnel, your attention will surely be caught by a spherical structure completely spray-painted with graffiti. But this is not an unwanted piece of art. In fact, the work was commissioned by Sky Management — the team responsible for bringing party host Skybar to Yas Island during the Formula One championship race. Eighteen international artists have been working 12-hour shifts in the past few days to finish the wall within two ...  >>MORE

The abaya in focus at Maraya Art Centre

Posted on 22/09/2013

Maraya Art Centre, an initiative by the Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq), will host established and emerging designers under one roof to discuss their views on the Abaya design industry and the current trends and challenges faced when setting up their fashion labels. Titled "My Abaya", the morning talk will be held on Tuesday, September 24. The "aba" or "abaya" is a popular traditional dress worn as modest casual and formal wear by women in the UAE, GCC, Arab, and Islamic ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Music and Arts Foundation guide on obtaining grants at the Maraya Art Centre

Posted on 16/09/2013

Maraya Art Centre, an initiative by the Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq) will be hosting a special session dedicated to providing information on the Abu Dhabi Music and Arts Foundation Grant Scheme, a targeted initiative that works to assist in the promotion, protection, revitalisation, and continuation of the UAE's traditions, heritage and contemporary expression. The event forms part of the Maraya Art Centre's continued commitment, as a non-profit centre, to support ...  >>MORE

Street football exhibition launched

Posted on 12/09/2013

The essence of street football can be captured alive through an exhibition here in Dubai. HTC, a global leader in mobile innovation and design, launched ‘Inside Street Football,' a new campaign designed to capture the passion and spirit of street football. ‘Inside Street Football' leverages the award winning new HTC One to shoot grass roots football across 12 cities in Europe and the Middle East, with all images, captured by Getty Images' photographers, exhibited in the Gallery of Light at ...  >>MORE

Maraya Art Centre selects Indonesian artist for residency programme

Posted on 26/08/2013

Maraya Art Centre, in collaboration with Biennale Jogja - one of the most important Biennales in the South East of Asia - is preparing to welcome Prilla Tania as part of its residency programme, a unique opportunity that will allow the Indonesian artist to live and work in Sharjah. Tania is only the second artist to participate in the programme, and follows in the footsteps of Canadian artist Mathew Shane, whose work was exhibited at Dubai's Cuadro Fine Art Gallery earlier this year. Arriving ...  >>MORE

Art Abu Dhabi: a capital show that builds on previous years

Posted on 01/08/2013

With four months to go until the next edition of the capital's major art fair, the event is firmly settled on Saadiyat Island, attracting more visitors every year, with most of the galleries from last year due for a return showing. The Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority (TCA Abu Dhabi), the body that organises the fair, announced yesterday that 91 per cent of the contemporary art and design galleries that displayed their artists in 2012 have signed up for booths for this year's fifth ...  >>MORE

Feel the art of steel

Posted on 31/07/2013

An Emirati artist is urging people to turn off their Instagram and go see some art with their own eyes this Ramadan. Renowned Dubai artist Mattar Bin Lahej's steel calligraphy sculpture, entitled Moon Reflections, forms part of an Islamic Art exhibition featuring rare, educational artefacts, being held at The Dubai Mall during the holy month of Ramadan. He urged people to get off Instagram and Twitter, and feed their eyes on the exhibition. "Everybody should come down and see it as live art. ...  >>MORE

Nurturing art in Sharjah

Posted on 25/07/2013

A new Arts & Educational centre costing Dh9 million will be in place by April 2014 at the Sharjah Ladies Club (SLC) — to double the 40,000 students of different nationalities benefiting from various on-going programmes. Dubbed ‘Mother & Child Centre', this new facility includes two Bumblebee classrooms, two art studios, two party halls, a Yoga room, cooking room, pottery room, computer laboratory, music room, library, kids salon and spa as well as a cafe. Director of the Sharjah Ladies Club ...  >>MORE

Works by UAE artists go on show in London

Posted on 25/07/2013

Would we still recognise the Mona Lisa without her enigmatic gaze and alluringly ambiguous smile? This question, in part, drives Jalal Luqman's 2008 work The Hint of a Smile, in which the Abu Dhabi-based artist has subverted Leonardo da Vinci's iconic portrait with a digital fog of overlaid diagrams and inlaid texts. "These colours tell you her hands are there but only because you rely on your references," says Luqman, gesturing towards a wheat-like glow across the centre of the work. ...  >>MORE

Saadiyat Cultural District continues to draw Visitors with on-going programming at Manarat Al Saadiyat

Posted on 24/07/2013

The rising heat of UAE's summer does not put a hold on activities taking place in the Saadiyat Cultural District. Abu Dhabi's growing culture hub, is constantly bustling with on-going cultural programmes including exhibitions, special events, and public and educational initiatives at Manarat Al Saadiyat, the arts centre on Saadiyat Island, the Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority, (TCA Abu Dhabi) said. Louvre Abu Dhabi's exhibition Birth of a Museum has been extended by a month and will ...  >>MORE

Arab Mona Lisa unveiled at Avenue at Etihad Towers

Posted on 24/07/2013

Sheikh Zayed bin Suroor Al Nahyan inaugurated the prestigious ‘Samar Arts' exhibition yesterday at ‘Avenue at Etihad Towers,' Abu Dhabi's first standalone high-end luxury shopping destination. The impressive oil, water and acrylics pieces from celebrated Emirati artist Dr. Samar Al Shamsi will be on exhibit at Avenue at Etihad Towers until 7th August 2013. Following a ribbon cutting by Sheikh Zayed bin Suroor Al Nahyan, the event also saw the unveiling of the Arab Mona Lisa piece in the UAE ...  >>MORE

Three Generations: Emirati art exhibit

Posted on 21/07/2013

In 1977, almost three decades before the seedlings of the UAE's art scene took shape, Dr -Najat Makki became the first Emirati woman to earn a Government scholarship to study art abroad. Although nobody understood her choice of art as a career, she went to the College of Fine Arts in Cairo and returned to forge her passion against the grain of social acceptance, finally exhibiting in 1989 Seven years after that, in 1996, the struggling artist Jalal Luqman sold his watch and his car to fund his ...  >>MORE

Mattar bin Lahej brings the moon to The Dubai Mall to shine light on calligraphy

Posted on 21/07/2013

The nine sculptures that are temporarily on display in The Dubai Mall for the month of Ramadan reveal the result of two decades of practice for Mattar bin Lahej. His work is often characterised by movement and in the piece Moon Reflections, the letters of one short Quranic verse repeated over and over, unfurl from large stainless steel discs in stages that represent the phases of the moon Expertly crafted and with gold and silver tones, the discs stand almost two metres tall and the letters ...  >>MORE

12 Emirati artists to exhibit at Sotheby’s

Posted on 10/07/2013

For the first time, Emirati art will be exhibited at London's exclusive Sotheby's Galleries. The exhibition, arranged via Abu Dhabi Music and Arts Foundation (ADMAF) will take place between July 23 and August 9. "This is a non-commercial exhibition, so there will be no auction, but it will greatly benefit the artists, as the more exposure they get, the better it is,” an ADMAF spokesperson told Khaleej Times. The exhibition, one of the major art galleries in London, promises to open a world ...  >>MORE

Sheikh Nahyan recognised for support of the arts

Posted on 04/07/2013

Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak has been given a work of art in recognition of his support for the Green Abu Dhabi exhibition. The Jashanmal family presented the work to the Minister of Culture, Youth and Community Development at his palace in Al Bateen. Titled Hala Gemila, the piece is a photograph of a woman from the UAE's Bani Yas tribe. Its creator, George Lewis, said of the work: "I believe that by being empathetic towards each other, the 'other' can cease to be an issue and be understood." ...  >>MORE

2014 Emirates Skywards Future Artists Competition connects emerging artists with the world

Posted on 03/07/2013

Emirates announces the launch of the Emirates Skywards' Future Artists Competition to connect the world's emerging artists with the global audience of Emirates award-winning frequent flyer programme. The competition, in its fourth year and open to all artists worldwide, is designed to give undiscovered talent the chance to be seen by millions. The Emirates Skywards Future Artists Competition is open to artwork across three broad media categories: photography/digital media, ...  >>MORE

Campus Art Dubai helps class acts look towards the future

Posted on 03/07/2013

Every March, for just over a week, Dubai and all its inhabitants suffer art fever. During Art Week, the annual art fair brings collectors, gallerists and experts from all over the world and top-quality pieces for us all to enjoy. But outside of those few days, the fair is all but forgotten and usually, when summer approaches, the art world enters hibernation as galleries close and cultural devotees head for cooler climes. Last weekend, however, a pilot programme called Campus Art Dubai (CAD) ...  >>MORE

New beating art for streets of Al Quoz in Dubai

Posted on 20/06/2013

A plan to brighten up the drab footpaths of the Al Quoz industrial area with street art has attracted support from 30 artists so far. A proposal for an open-air "night art festival" in Al Serkal Avenue, which has become home to independent art galleries in converted warehouses and industrial space over the past few years, will be submitted to authorities next month. It is the first step in what organisers behind the Al Quoz Beautification Project hoped would be a proliferation of street art ...  >>MORE

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Centre honours winners of Spaces of Light Photography competition

Posted on 19/06/2013

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Centre awarded the winners of the third season of Spaces of Light photography competition at a special ceremony held at the Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs. Prizes amounting to Dh 250,000 were presented to six winners, three in each two categories. The event celebrated the art and aesthetics of architecture in Abu Dhabi. Sultan Dahi Al Humairi, the ...  >>MORE

Special bazaar held for art lovers in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 16/06/2013

Art lovers in the capital had much to rejoice about at the "Artscape: Cultures in Dialogue” inter-cultural bazaar, which took place at Manarat Al Saadiyat last Friday. There were activities galore, to cater to all tastes and ages, including music, graffiti, calligraphy, cooking and crafts workshops. Every activity was inspired by a piece at the "Birth of a Museum” exhibition, which is also taking place at Manarat Al Saadiyat to give viewers a sneak peak of the collections to be displayed at ...  >>MORE

Sea in a chamber

Posted on 13/06/2013

This summer, the National Pavilion of the UAE at the Venice Biennale is represented for the first time, by just one artist: Mohammed Kazem. The Dubai-born artist is presenting here a specially commissioned installation "Directions 2005/2013”, which he made nine years ago and exhibited under the pavilion's name ‘Walking on Water'. In the summer of 2012, he was asked to come up with a suitable project to represent the UAE at the 55th Venice Biennale and Kazem returned to his old water project ...  >>MORE

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Emirati artist collects GPS coordinates over 14 years


Sheikha Alyazia to showcase artwork


Emirati Expressions show opens in Abu Dhabi


Emirati designers show off talent at exhibition


Long art print to attempt world record


2014 Production Programme: open call for SAF artist grants


Emirati Expressions: Realised exhibition opens its doors in Manarat Al Saadiyat


Art show in Sharjah: Chaos into Clarity


Heritage-inspired Qasr al Hosn Festival photo wins visitabudhabi Instagram contest


UAE artists who are drawn to animation


Artists-in-Residence Dubai announces open call for 2014 edition


Expo ’20-themed graffiti wall wows passersby


Emirati calligraphers display inspiring works at UN exhibition in Geneva


Dubai Urban Art Wall project - 'Al Ydar', a tribute to UAE’s bid to host the Expo 2020 in Dubai


Louvre Abu Dhabi exhibits to go on public preview


Maraya Art Centre participates in Moving Image Art Fair London 2013


Sharjah Arts Museum announces new art collection at Lasting Impressions Exhibition


Dubai keen on promoting cultural values and art


Emirati winners announced for Abu Dhabi Art's wings project


World's richest photography prize in Dubai: Amazing winning pics


Graffiti in the fast lane


The abaya in focus at Maraya Art Centre


Abu Dhabi Music and Arts Foundation guide on obtaining grants at the Maraya Art Centre


Street football exhibition launched


Maraya Art Centre selects Indonesian artist for residency programme


Art Abu Dhabi: a capital show that builds on previous years


Feel the art of steel


Nurturing art in Sharjah


Works by UAE artists go on show in London


Saadiyat Cultural District continues to draw Visitors with on-going programming at Manarat Al Saadiyat


Arab Mona Lisa unveiled at Avenue at Etihad Towers


Three Generations: Emirati art exhibit


Mattar bin Lahej brings the moon to The Dubai Mall to shine light on calligraphy


12 Emirati artists to exhibit at Sotheby’s


Sheikh Nahyan recognised for support of the arts


2014 Emirates Skywards Future Artists Competition connects emerging artists with the world


Campus Art Dubai helps class acts look towards the future


New beating art for streets of Al Quoz in Dubai


Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Centre honours winners of Spaces of Light Photography competition


Special bazaar held for art lovers in Abu Dhabi


Sea in a chamber