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Dubai, Dubai
United Arab Emirates

Art Week brings together Dubai’s thriving creative industries into a week-long celebration of arts and culture.

23 March 2018

 

23 March 2018

 

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Tour, Piaget’s Sunlight Journey

Art Dubai

16:00 – 16:30

For their third showcase at Art Dubai, Piaget presents their latest High Jewelry and Watchmaking collection: Sunlight Journey. Inspired by the scenic beauty of the Amalfi Coast, the collection is an escapade punctuated by joyful effervescence and dazzling radiance.


Talk: Powerplay Gallerist, Collector, Curator, Artist

Fort Island, Art Dubai

18:30 – 19:30

The traditional cultural validation path is in shambles while at no time in history there was as much vested interest in the arts. Consider only a few decades ago, when auctions were for the few, no contemporary artwork had ever been sold for more than a million dollars and art historians called the shots when it came to creating meaning and influence. The shifts are rapid, the roles are changing fast. What better place to talk about the art market than at Art Dubai, positioning itself in a region which has become the focus of some of these major transformations and challenges the art world as a whole is facing today. In conversation with Dr. Thomas Girst, Global Head of Cultural Engagement, BMW Group, is curator and co-founder of Art Reoriented, Dr. Sam Bardaouil; Director of Experimenter Gallery Priyanka Raja and artist Chafa Ghaddar.

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The Lighthouse talk

10:00

Art and Shakshouka! Join The Lighthouse’s popular breakfast roundtable discussions- this month with Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath. Hosted by The Lighthouse Founder Hashem Montasser, the discussion will see guests through a Q&A session and a book signing of their publications Art et Liberté: Rupture, War, & Surrealism in Egypt (1938 - 1948)Summer Autumn Winter & Spring: Conversations with Artists from the Arab World and Tea with Nefertiti: The Making of the Artwork by the Artist, the Museum, & the Public.