The artworks share a common theme, "Dubai and Moscow: Dynamics of change, a futuristic outlook."
The young participating artists created seven objects in total, ranging from triangle to diamond, using various geometrical designs as stencils, as part of the "Days of Moscow" week in the UAE.
"Moscow and Dubai are global, rapidly developing metropolitan areas with a futuristic outlook. Both are intent on innovation, IT progress, developing their urban environment and making it comfortable for their residents," said Sergey Cheryomin, Moscow Government Minister and Head of the Department for Foreign Economic Activity and International Relations.
"Art is a powerful unifying force, and with that in mind, we want to introduce the residents of the UAE and the guests of Expo 2020 Dubai to the modern art of Moscow."
The agenda of the "Days of Moscow" week in the UAE includes Expo activities and aims to develop foreign economic, investment and cultural cooperation between Moscow and the UAE.
The Department of Finance (DoF) of the Government of Dubai on Sunday launched a massive promotional campaign to encourage emirate's residents to increase their use of smart channels, for paying fees for various government transactions with all Dubai government entities.
For Season 26, Global Village is welcoming guests daily from Saturday to Wednesday from 4:00pm until 12:00am. On Thursday, Friday, and all public holidays, opening hours are 4:00pm until 1:00am. Mondays are exclusively reserved for families except on public holidays.
Sheikha Hoor said, "It is with great pleasure that Sharjah Art Foundation and Sharjah Museums Authority are partnering on the first major institutional exhibition of this important Arab Modernist."
Actress Alia Bhatt showered birthday love on husband and actor Ranbir Kapoor, saying he makes everything magical.
Hereafter, the film will compete in the Oscars if it is selected by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for the final nomination list.
The Museum said last month it had sacked a staff member over stolen, missing or damaged items in a crisis that highlighted internal failings and led to its director quitting days later.
The concert film will open in most countries on 13 October, with 13 other countries following on 3 November. The US cinema chain AMC said that Swift’s film will play at every one of its locations in the country at least four times a day on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday upon opening.