Salsali Private Museum is pleased to present an exhibition featuring a wide range of sculpture.
Founded in 2006, Ayyam Gallery is a leading arts organisation that manages the careers of diverse established and emerging artists.
PNF is an ICOM registered museum of contemporary art that is home to a collection of European and American abstract art from the 1960s to today. It is also the custodian of a remarkable archive tracing forty years of artist-collector exchanges.
Custot Gallery Dubai, founded by Stéphane Custot, opened in March 2016 in the heart of Alserkal Avenue, the city’s hub for arts. The gallery showcases modern and contemporary artists such as Josef Albers, Chu teh-Chun, Ian Davenport, Jean Dubuffet, Nicolas de Staël, Barry Flanagan, Peter Halley, Robert Indiana, Jedd Novatt, Marc Quinn, Pablo Reinoso, James Rosenquist, Pierre Soulages, Frank Stella and Bernar Venet.
La Galerie Nationale is a gallery specialised in original art furniture made by top designers from the twentieth century.
The National Pavilion United Arab Emirates (UAE) la Biennale Di Venezia manages the UAE’s participation in the Venice Biennale, considered by many to be the most prominent of exhibitions for contemporary art, architecture and film.
Thejamjar is a community arts space that supports artists and promotes the development of Dubai’s arts scene through its creative learning programme and community projects.
In 2015, The Junction was conceived and built as a space where local and regional theatre talent can thrive, ...
The Tharawat Space is the first co-working, co-creation and event space for members of the Tharawat Family Business Forum and of the wider family business community in the MENA.
Established in 2007, The Fridge develops, manages and promotes over 3,000 performances annually.
Different Air is a three-part commission by Karim Sultan that explores notions of movement, migration, and the physical experience and trauma of deterioration and loss of memory.
Farah Al Qasimi’s It’s Not Easy Being Seen is a two-part commission that explores the invisible labour of women in the cycle of creation and consumption through the mediums of photography, performance and video.
Zayed University’s College of Arts & Creative Enterprises (CACE) is proud to present Future Perfect Future, showcasing work by female Emirati artists.
Ahmed Mater will launch his most recent book, Desert of Pharan: Unofficial Histories of The Mass Expansion of Mecca, published by Lars Muller Publishing. The launch will be accompanied by an exhibition from the same series, curated by ATHR, a contemporary art platform in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
Sudarshan Shetty presents Shoonya Ghar, a new film that continues his exploration of the cycles of life and death and investigates the symbolism and theatricality inherent in ritual. Alongside it a Marquette of the sculpture that was exhibited at the National Gallery of Modern Art, Delhi and Biennale of Sydney will be displayed.
Ammar Al Attar’s project Plaza Cinema stems from the artist’s efforts to rescue old filmstrips, movie posters and ephemera from decommissioned theatres in the UAE. These aging movie-houses are touchstones of Dubai’s modern history and places of deep personal meaning and memory for residents.
Raja’a Khalid will debut Change Your Life, which critiques a fashionable practice of performative masculinity (i.e. working out) and places it as a contemporary motif of religiosity.
Woven Heritage (نسيج ثقافي) - under the patronage of Her Excellency Sheikha Lubna Bint Khalid Al Qasimi, Minister of State for Tolerance and President of Zayed University, is an international exhibition of fine art printmaking which explores the concept of sharing and discovering unique cultures around the world.
Fully Booked premieres in 2017 as the only art book fair in the United Arab Emirates. The fair will serve as a platform to consider the medium of the artist book as a “multi-site”—a tactile, portable and accessible form.
The Aga Khan Foundation will host an exhibition featuring work from the six winners of the 2016 Aga Khan Award for Architecture. Given every three years to projects that set new standards of excellence in architecture, planning practices, historic preservation and landscape architecture,
Carbon 12 is proud to present Sara Rahbar’s fourth solo show in Dubai. Sara Rahbar is an artist who embraces activism and uncomfortable subject matter, working to expand the individual acts of violence she has experienced into universal ones, to amplify the sufferings of humanity through her chosen materials.
GREY NOISE represents art practices with a focus towards contemporaneity and an emphasis on distinct, often experimental content.
CHI-KA is a kimono shop and art space, working with artists and organisations reflecting on the new wave of Japanese aesthetic. While recognising tradition, its interest lies in exploring new boundaries and futures, often with cross-cultural resonance.
Green Art Gallery has been active in the region for nearly four decades. Starting in the late 1980’s in Homs, Syria the gallery opened in Dubai in 1995 with a programme focused on Arab Modernism.
The ikonhouse retail concept was opened in Dubai on the basis of the founder’s passion and belief in the benefits of refined and connected living; where minimalist original branded designer furniture, lighting, home automation and home cinemas come together to create ultimate living experiences.
Gulf Photo Plus (GPP) is the only dedicated center for photography in Dubai, UAE. With an expansive education programme, ambitious calendar of events, thought-provoking exhibitions and state-of-the-art printing facilities,
H79 exhibitions celebrate contemporary architectural practice and artisanal design from around the world.
The Odd Piece was launched in 2012 and is a welcome respite from the mass-produced furniture of big brand home design galleries.
Showcase Gallery has established a venerable reputation with art collectors and designers alike. Focusing on the old-new antithesis, the gallery juxtaposes rare antiques from the region with an arsenal of contemporary art.
INKED is a creative expression in the presence of food: a space fully-fitted with equipment, aesthetic, and expertise.
Celebrating two decades of presenting Indian Modern and Contemporary Art to the UAE, 1X1 Art Gallery founded by Malini Gulrajani in 1996 is now based in a 7500 sq. ft. warehouse in Alserkal Avenue.
Concrete is a 600 sq m multi-disciplinary, multi-purpose event venue in Alserkal Avenue designed by the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA), founded by Rem Koolhaas. It is the first OMA-designed building to be completed in the UAE.
After establishing B21 Gallery in 2006, one of the first contemporary art spaces in the UAE, Isabelle van den Eynde launched her eponymous space in Dubai's Alserkal Avenue in 2010, representing a pluralistic roster of artists from the Middle East and North Africa.
One of the most established galleries in the region, Elmarsa has been operating in Tunis since 1994 and opened their Dubai gallery in Alserkal Avenue in 2015. The gallery’s mission has always been to generate interest in Arab art from North Africa, specialising in both modern and contemporary practice.
Since its establishment over three decades ago, Leila Heller Gallery has gained worldwide recognition as a pioneer in promoting creative dialogue and exchange between international artists and currently represents a diverse roster of Western and Middle Eastern artists.
Lawrie Shabibi is a contemporary art gallery housed in Dubai’s Alserkal Avenue. The gallery supports the long-term development of the careers of young international contemporary artists with a focus on those from the Middle East and North Africa.