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HISTORY & TRADITIONS - ARTS

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

Abu Dhabi Art Hub: a place for creative collaboration, communication

Posted on 11/06/2013

It is not often that Mussaffah is compared to Montmartre. The somewhat homogenous buildings of Abu Dhabi's industrial zone bear no resemblance to the quaint inner-city village in Paris's 18th arrondissement, but, according to Ahmed Al Yafei, they have one thing in common. "They have communities that create creativity," says the Emirati who founded the Abu Dhabi Art Hub in November last year. "The Art Hub is not about one idea, it is about the whole concept. We are not creating a commodity ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Ruler opens "Narration of the Place" Exhibition at Sharjah American University

Posted on 11/06/2013

Under the patronage and in the attendance of H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, the Photography Exhibition "Narration of the Place" by photographer Al Na'ma Farah Al Khalidi opened at the American University of Sharjah (AUS), organised by the Department of Arts at the Department of Culture and Information in Sharjah, in cooperation with the American University of Sharjah. Dr. Sheikh Sultan toured the exhibition and listened to an ...  >>MORE

Nahyan bin Mubarak opens Leonardo Da Vinci Exhibition

Posted on 08/06/2013

Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture, Youth and Community Development yesterday inaugurated the Leonardo Da Vinci Exhibition at Emirates Palace. Running until July 5th, "Leonardo Da Vinci - The Genius and its Inventions", is presented by the Italian Embassy in the UAE. Da Vinci is one of the most significant representatives of the Italian Renaissance period, and this exhibition provides concrete evidence of the historical Italian's innovative skills and of the talent in ...  >>MORE

Spotlight on crowdfunding at Maraya Art Centre

Posted on 03/06/2013

Maraya Art Centre, an initiative by the Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq), will be hosting an interactive evening focusing on the global phenomenon that is revolutionising project financing: crowdfunding. Taking place on the 5th of June, the event is being held in collaboration with Aflamnah, the UAE based digital platform dedicated to supporting creative ideas for and from the Arab world. Speaking about the evening, Giuseppe Moscatello, Maraya Art Centre Manager, said, ...  >>MORE

Nahyan opens UAE pavilion at 55th Venice Biennale

Posted on 01/06/2013

Venice: The UAE new pavilion at the 55th International Art Exhibition (The 55th Venice Biennale) on Thursday was opened by Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture, Youth and Community Development The UAE is the first Gulf country to participate in the international exhibition. The pavilion is under the patronage of the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Community Development, and receives generous support from the Sheikha Salama Bint Hamdan Al Nahyan Foundation which works on ...  >>MORE

The Emirati artist Mohammed Kazem to show at the Venice Biennale

Posted on 22/05/2013

On May 30, Mohammed Kazem will become the first UAE artist to represent his country at the Venice Biennale in a solo show. He has been developing his contemporary practice since the 1980s when, at the age of 14, he met Hassan Sharif, the nation's first modern artist who was producing experimental installations and performance work – at a time when even the skyscrapers had not been built, let alone the whisperings of a contemporary art scene. Now, in a leap of generations, Kazem's multimedia ...  >>MORE

Emirati art gains permanent home at Venice Biennale

Posted on 21/05/2013

The UAE has become the first Arabian Gulf nation to secure a permanent pavilion at the Venice Biennale for art and architecture. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has signed a 20-year agreement with the Biennale allowing the UAE to move from the temporary space it has occupied since 2009 to a designated building in the old Venetian shipyards or the Arsenale. Only 32 countries exhibit in the Biennale's permanent pavilions in the historic buildings of the Giardini di Castello, an area of parkland ...  >>MORE

Five artists and new acquisitions for the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi

Posted on 14/05/2013

It is a 13-ft long oil painting rich in colour and texture that sits beside a section of a motorised conveyor belt. In 2006, Christie's valued it as being worth almost US$1 million (Dh3.67m) and although it is not in town yet, Conveyor Belt will join the permanent collection of the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi when it opens in 2017. To mark the news of its acquisition, the American artist James Rosenquist and other seminal contemporary artists gathered in the capital for a series of talks to discuss ...  >>MORE

Art by Numbers: The UAE at the Venice Biennale

Posted on 29/04/2013

Reprinted with permission of The Culture Trip. At the 55th Venice Biennale (1 June – 24 November), the National Pavilion for the United Arab Emirates will centre on the theme: Walking on Water. Under the curatorial direction of Reem Fadda, artist Mohammed Kazem will present a solo exhibit filled with coordinates, times and dates and random numbers as a critique of geographical reality. Following two previous exhibitions at the Venice Biennale, in 2009 and 2011, the United Arab Emirates will ...  >>MORE

Hazza bin Zayed opens Birth of a Museum Exhibition

Posted on 22/04/2013

H.H. Sheikh Hazza bin Zayed Al Nahyan, National Security Advisor, and Vice Chairman of Abu Dhabi Executive Council, opened yesterday the Birth of a Museum, the first large-scale presentation of the Louvre Abu Dhabi's permanent collection, showcases 130 artworks reflecting the narrative of the museum. The exhibition is open until 20 July at Manarat Al Saadiyat, the art exhibition centre on Saadiyat Island. Works include ancient artefacts from all over the world - including Egypt, Turkey, ...  >>MORE

A peek into Louvre Abu Dhabi collection

Posted on 21/04/2013

Abu Dhabi's new branch of the Louvre considers no artistic subject to be off limits but will not "shock for the sake of shocking”, a top overseer said on Tuesday. She spoke as the museum prepared to open a sample of its growing collection — including works by Picasso and Gaugin — to public view, shedding light on the choices the city makes as it expands its international profile. The Abu Dhabi Louvre is building its collection to open in 2015, one of the centrepieces of a planned cultural ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Biennial 11 , SB11, attracts art, music lovers

Posted on 18/04/2013

Sharjah Art Foundation (SAF) continues an extensive programme of music and film screenings as part of Sharjah Biennial 11 (SB11), "Re:emerge - Towards a New Cultural Cartography,” which opened on March 13 and will continue till May 13. Film screenings programmed by Tilda Swinton, Jean-Pierre Rehm, Ali Jaafar, Steve Anker, Khavn De La Cruz, Alcino Leite Neto, Mehelli Modi and Apichatpong Weerasethakul take place each weekend at Mirage City Cinema, an open-air architectural space designed by ...  >>MORE

Louvre art exhibits to go on show

Posted on 17/04/2013

"Birth of a Museum,” the first large-scale presentation of the Louvre Abu Dhabi's permanent collection, will open on April 22 at Manarat Al Saadiyat, the art exhibition centre on Saadiyat Island, Abu Dhabi. The exhibition, which will run till July 20, will showcase 130 artworks reflecting the narrative of the museum. The works include ancient artefacts from all over the world — including Egypt, Turkey, Greece, and Mali — showcasing the breadth of great civilisations and illustrating links ...  >>MORE

Maraya Art Centre officially launches Maraya Art Park

Posted on 21/03/2013

Sheikha Bodour bint Sultan Al Qasimi, Chairperson of the Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq), yesterday inaugurated the Maraya Art Park - an initiative by the Maraya Art Centre - which will include a number of outstanding activities and artworks. Maraya Art Park is a project that acts as a platform for regional and international outdoor art projects and will consist of a number of venues located at major focal points in Sharjah, including two sections at Al Majaz ...  >>MORE

Art Dubai opens a day early for women

Posted on 20/03/2013

Women have been assured exclusive access to see the works of over 500 artists from all over the world at Art Dubai 2013 as the event marks Ladies Day on March 20. Art Dubai opens to the public on March 21, with a programme of curator-led tours, children's workshops and book launches. Art Dubai 2013 is being held from March 20-23, and is hosting 75 galleries from 30 countries — making it among the most globalised of art fairs. It is part of Art week — the umbrella programme that includes ...  >>MORE

Potpourri of art and culture

Posted on 17/03/2013

For a city that is constantly taking steps to make itself bigger, better, modern and more glamorous, Dubai has left no stone unturned to make it a global art destination, too Set against the rustic background of the Al Fahidi Historic Neighbourhood, there cannot be a better site to host the annual contemporary artist-led fair, Sikka – 2013 The fair was opened by Sheikh Majid bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Dubai Culture and Arts Authority, on Thursday. Five years after its ...  >>MORE

First Emirati women’s art exhibition opens

Posted on 14/03/2013

The first exhibition for Emirati women was inaugurated at the ‘Women in their Lives' gallery at the Women's Museum in the presence of Sheikh Majid bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of Dubai Culture and Arts Authority, on Wednesday. Coinciding with International Women's Day, the exhibition aims to empower a talented local female population as they reflect on life in the UAE, with an artistic rendering of civilisation and development. Also present were Marwan bin Bayat, ...  >>MORE

Dubai Culture marks fifth year with extensive repertoire

Posted on 13/03/2013

The Dubai Culture '&' Arts Authority (Dubai Culture), launched by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the UAE Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, as the Emirate's dedicated entity for culture, arts and heritage, is marking its fifth year with an unprecedented celebration of cultural and artistic initiatives and events to be held over the course of the year. Mandated with spearheading the growth of the city's cultural and artistic fabric, in line with the Dubai ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Biennial 11 kicks off

Posted on 13/03/2013

The merging of ideas through music, art, films and talks will take place at the Sharjah Biennial 11 starting on Wednesday when more than 100 participants from 41 countries start showcasing their new commissions at different locations in the heritage area of Sharjah for the next two months. The biennial, with the theme ‘Re:emerge- Towards a New Cultural Cartography”, is curated by Yuko Hasegawa, who proposes a new cultural cartography that reconsiders the relationship between the Arab world, ...  >>MORE

Artistic tribute to Zayed’s vision unveiled

Posted on 12/03/2013

It was Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan's quote — "A nation without a past is a nation without a present or a future” — that Shaikha Mariam bint Sultan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, a 23-years-old Zayed University student, used as the inspiration for her artwork. The artwork, Mirage, in the form of a triangle with three points representing the past, present and future, also examined the blurred lines between reality and fantasy with shaped mirrors clustered together. Out of more than 100 applicants, ...  >>MORE

Future of Abu Dhabi's talent shines at Abu Dhabi Festival Young Artists' Day

Posted on 11/03/2013

The Abu Dhabi Festival welcomed a new generation of accomplished musicians at Abu Dhabi Theatre last night for 'Young Artists' Day, a pivotal event in the Festival's Education Programme that pairs emerging young talent with distinguished professional musicians resulting in live performances. Throughout the day, a selection of students from a variety of Abu Dhabi schools treated audiences to carefully-rehearsed music and dance recitals. The evening concert saw 18 talented Abu Dhabi students ...  >>MORE

Works of three Emirati and two Liverpool artists to be displayed under ‘Dubai Doors’

Posted on 05/03/2013

It will open Dubai's doors to creativity and is aptly called the ‘Dubai Doors' project, which will run from today to March 9 during the Emirates Airline Festival of Literature. A fusion of poetry and visual art, Dubai Doors has been inspired by the Liverpool Doors project and will feature commissioned artworks by three Emirati and two Liverpool-based artists. The selected Emirati artists include self-taught photographer, graphic designer and amateur writer Hamdan Buti Al Shamisi; graphic ...  >>MORE

Spaces of Light photography competition in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 26/02/2013

Religion, art and leisure will all join together in the third edition of the ‘Spaces of Light' competition for photography to capture the beauty and learn about the unique and diverse architectures at the Sheikh Zayad Grand Mosque and the Emirates Palace in the capital. Spaces of light photography competition was launched in October 2010 to celebrate the aesthetic panorama and visual culture of the mosque. Under the patronage of Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister of the ...  >>MORE

Art attack at Global Village

Posted on 21/02/2013

Artists from all over the world are making their mark felt at the Global Village. From writing on a grain of rice to name engraving, graffiti and caricature portraits, visitors can watch them work their magic. Graffiti artist Twenty six-year-old Serhat Polat is debuting at the Spanish Pavilion. As an only child, he had the privilege of painting every wall in his parents' house since childhood. He used markers, pens and all sorts of tools to depict the colours of his vivid imagination. "It is ...  >>MORE

Sikka festival: Art in the streets

Posted on 20/02/2013

Forty-seven visual artists, 15 musicians and six filmmakers will take centre stage in Dubai's contemporary art fair. The 10-day event will begin on March 14, taking place in houses, courtyards and alleyways of the Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood during this year's Sikka festival, held under the patronage of the Dubai Culture Chairman, Sheikh Majid bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of Dubai Culture and Arts Authority. The programme includes contributions from over 70 UAE-based ...  >>MORE

Louvre Abu Dhabi exhibition 'Birth of a Museum' to open at Saadiyat Island in April

Posted on 05/02/2013

Louvre Abu Dhabi will open its next exhibition on 22 April at Saadiyat Island showcasing important works of art from the Louvre Abu Dhabi permanent collection, some of which have never been seen or revealed before. Running until 20 July, almost 130 art works will be shown in Manarat Al Saadiyat, Saadiyat Cultural District's art and exhibition centre, and will give visitors insight into the museum's narrative and collection ahead of its opening in 2015. Born of an agreement between the ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Biennial 11 to open March 13

Posted on 05/02/2013

Sharjah Art Foundation (SAF) has announced the names of 37 artists creating new commissions, and a total of some 100 artists invited to participate in Sharjah Biennial 11 (SB11), Re:emerge, March 13 - May 13, 2013, in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. Some of the newly selected artists are Burak Arikan, Tony Chakar, Thomas Demand, Mohamed Ali Fadlabi, Valia Fetisov, Simon Fujiwara, Carsten H?ller, Gabriel Lester, Pedro Reyes, Shahzia Sikander, and Liu Wei. The list of artists announced to date is ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi's College of Arts aims to create the career artists

Posted on 03/02/2013

Art has rarely been seen as a fast-track to financial success but now young Emiratis are learning how to use it to build a career. Zayed University's College of Arts and Creative Enterprises, which opened last September, offers a range of courses that combine the worlds of culture and business. It is the country's first national stand-alone college of art and design and has campuses in Abu Dhabi and Dubai. "Art student numbers were really low for a long time because the culture here had not ...  >>MORE

Art Week canvas to portray humanitarian causes

Posted on 29/01/2013

Art Week 2013 will help raise awareness and funds for displaced families throughout the Arab World, especially those who have been affected by the situation in Syria, it was announced on Monday. Activities and events for Art Week 2013, which were revealed yesterday, feature a number of new initiatives, partnerships and events, including working with the United Nation's World Food Programme (WFP). Antonia Carver, director of Art Dubai, said that the idea is to raise awareness and funds ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Art 2013 poised to enthral Saadiyat Cultural District

Posted on 28/01/2013

The fifth edition of Abu Dhabi Art 2013 scheduled to be held this November in Saadiyat Culture District will bring together world's top galleries, artists, notable cultural icons, collectors and visitors from across the globe. Much more than an art fair, Abu Dhabi Art is a unique platform for modern and contemporary art and design as well as a carefully curated public programme. The international platform is aimed at creating awareness, education and continuation of artistic and cultural ...  >>MORE

Going once, twice, sold: 21 Burj Khalifas for Dh1 million

Posted on 23/01/2013

Twenty small Burj Khalifas, each decorated by prominent Emirati artists, have raised more than Dh1 million for education projects in developing nations. The 2.5-metre tall towers were adorned as part of a Dubai Cares campaign supported by Emaar and the Ara Gallery. The first 19 structures were sold for tens of thousands of dirhams to organisations that responded to a call from Dubai Cares. The final multicoloured Burj, decorated by Emirati realist Abdul Qader Al Raes, went under the hammer ...  >>MORE

Emirati artist shows how big risks and belief can reap the rewards

Posted on 21/01/2013

Mohammed Harib's head must be spinning. Since ‘Freej', his popular cartoon show based around four Emirati grandmothers, got off the ground in 2003, he has been hot property. Having originally doodled the four ‘fun old girls' in a university copy book, he has come a long way and is now even working with film star Salma Hayek and Oscar-nominated director of ‘The Lion King' Roger Allers. Just a decade ago such dreams would have seemed laughable to Mohammed, even though he was ready to take big ...  >>MORE

Names revealed of Emiratis on art award shortlist

Posted on 16/01/2013

The shortlist for the local prize of the International Emerging Artist Award have been announced. Eight Emirati artists made the final cut of the Dubai-based award: Areej Al Hammadi, Fatima Alghafli, Hamad Al Falasi, Hamdan Buti Al Shamisi, Khawla Darwish, Nassra Al Buainain, Zeinab Alhashemi and Shamma Buhazza - the youngest finalist, at age 19. They join 74 other artists, from more than 30 countries, who are in the running in the international category. The award's director Rebia Naim ...  >>MORE

Khaled bin Hamad's novel blends Japanese styles and Emirati culture

Posted on 14/01/2013

Three young teenagers have mysteriously disappeared and the strange situation only intensifies when they resurface three days later, having aged 15 years. That, in a nutshell, is the plotline of Nasser's Secrets, a new sci-fi graphic novel by Khaled bin Hamad that blends Japanese styles with Emirati culture. Supported by the Middle East Film and Comic Con (MEFCC), bin Hamad will introduce the prologue in English to the public at the Cartoon Art Gallery in Dubai, with pages of the comic ...  >>MORE

Dubai International Art Centre all set for ‘Open House’

Posted on 08/01/2013

Dubai International Art Centre (DIAC) is all set to host its highly popular annual ‘Open House' on Jan.12. The event will take place from 10am to 4pm and will be open to public absolutely free of charge. Ayesha Chen McKeever, Chairman, DIAC, said, "It is a remarkable day of fun and art when we open our doors to public to showcase our wide range of activities and provide information about the upcoming classes during the new term which will commence on Jan.19. With more than 70 courses on offer, ...  >>MORE

Sheikh Zayed Book Award announces long list in "Literary '&' Art Criticism"

Posted on 25/12/2012

The Arab World's most prestigious and well-funded Award named eight finalists in its "Literary and Art Criticism" category as part of its Longlist announcements for its 7th session for the year 2012/2013. Earlier this year, the category had been redefined to cover a wider variety of works of criticism in the fields of art, cinema, music, theatrical plays, studies of image, architecture, sculpture, historical ruins, folkloric arts, and history of literature and theories. The Award's Reading ...  >>MORE

Winners of Shaikha Manal Young Artist Award 2012 honoured

Posted on 24/12/2012

Sheikh Majid Bin Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of Dubai Culture, honoured on Saturday 10 artists who won the Shaikha Manal Young Artist Award 2012 in recognition of their creative works and achievements in fine arts, photography and multimedia. The winners were selected by an expert judging panel from among the final shortlist of 50 entries. The awards ceremony was held under the patronage of Shaikha Manal Bint Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, President of Dubai Women's ...  >>MORE

Highlighting trends in Islamic art

Posted on 18/12/2012

An exhibition highlighting the new trends in Islamic art was unveiled to the public on Monday as part of the Islamic Arts Festival, featuring an array of thought-provoking works with 45 exhibits from 18 countries. The Islamic Heritage Art Exhibition was inaugurated as part of the Sharjah Museums Department's (SMD) participation in the 15th edition of the month-long festival, with Emirati artists Mattar bin Lahej and Azza Al Qubaisi acting as some of the main anchorage to the exhibit. The ...  >>MORE

Art blossoms in the desert

Posted on 22/11/2012

Guggenheim and the Louvre museums, a Picasso retrospective, copyrights for authors, Bolshoi Ballet, Shakespeare's Globe theatre or the art of Henri Cartier-Bresson's photography were on nobody's mind in Abu Dhabi 41 years ago. Four decades have passed since the birth of the United Arab Emirates and the country's performance on the stage of arts and culture is worthy of a standing ovation. "Abu Dhabi acknowledges the lack of art infrastructure. It recognises the absence of a thriving and ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Art 2012 Closes with unprecedented number of visitors

Posted on 17/11/2012

The fourth edition of Abu Dhabi Art, which concluded recently, brought together 50 of the world's top galleries, notable cultural icons, collectors and visitors from across the globe, and firmly established Saadiyat Island and Abu Dhabi's legacy as the cultural destination of the future. The unprecedented level of interest and dedication to Abu Dhabi's museum ambitions reached an all-time high with the week's most anticipated attraction, a panel discussion titled Architecture Visionaries, ...  >>MORE

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Sea in a chamber


Abu Dhabi Art Hub: a place for creative collaboration, communication


Sharjah Ruler opens "Narration of the Place" Exhibition at Sharjah American University


Nahyan bin Mubarak opens Leonardo Da Vinci Exhibition


Spotlight on crowdfunding at Maraya Art Centre


Nahyan opens UAE pavilion at 55th Venice Biennale


The Emirati artist Mohammed Kazem to show at the Venice Biennale


Emirati art gains permanent home at Venice Biennale


Five artists and new acquisitions for the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi


Art by Numbers: The UAE at the Venice Biennale


Hazza bin Zayed opens Birth of a Museum Exhibition


A peek into Louvre Abu Dhabi collection


Sharjah Biennial 11 , SB11, attracts art, music lovers


Louvre art exhibits to go on show


Maraya Art Centre officially launches Maraya Art Park


Art Dubai opens a day early for women


Potpourri of art and culture


First Emirati women’s art exhibition opens


Dubai Culture marks fifth year with extensive repertoire


Sharjah Biennial 11 kicks off


Artistic tribute to Zayed’s vision unveiled


Future of Abu Dhabi's talent shines at Abu Dhabi Festival Young Artists' Day


Works of three Emirati and two Liverpool artists to be displayed under ‘Dubai Doors’


Spaces of Light photography competition in Abu Dhabi


Art attack at Global Village


Sikka festival: Art in the streets


Louvre Abu Dhabi exhibition 'Birth of a Museum' to open at Saadiyat Island in April


Sharjah Biennial 11 to open March 13


Abu Dhabi's College of Arts aims to create the career artists


Art Week canvas to portray humanitarian causes


Abu Dhabi Art 2013 poised to enthral Saadiyat Cultural District


Going once, twice, sold: 21 Burj Khalifas for Dh1 million


Emirati artist shows how big risks and belief can reap the rewards


Names revealed of Emiratis on art award shortlist


Khaled bin Hamad's novel blends Japanese styles and Emirati culture


Dubai International Art Centre all set for ‘Open House’


Sheikh Zayed Book Award announces long list in "Literary '&' Art Criticism"


Winners of Shaikha Manal Young Artist Award 2012 honoured


Highlighting trends in Islamic art


Art blossoms in the desert


Abu Dhabi Art 2012 Closes with unprecedented number of visitors