The Dubai edition is not only the 25th version of the celebrated wax figure attraction internationally, but the very first of its kind in the GCC and introduces something entirely new and unique to the regional entertainment landscape.
Exploring the power of language, the Foundation is hosting a new exhibition, A Slightly Curving Place, curated by Nida Ghouse. It will present an ambisonic soundscape for the first time in the UAE.
The two entries have emerged from extremely personal experiential spaces. They communicate their ideas in unique ways. Yet, they convey realities that encompass all the people who live within the metropolitan boundaries of the two cities.
The June Givanni Pan African Cinema Archive assembles the holdings of pan-African films and film-related materials, built over several decades by June Givanni, a Guyanese-born London-based film curator.
British artist 64-year-old Willard Wigan used a microscope to carve a piece for British boxer Tyson Fury, world heavyweight champion, using even hairs from his eyelashes in colouring .
Diriyah Biennale Foundation (DBF), host of Saudi Arabia’s first contemporary art biennale and a platform for global dialogue and exchange to be held in the JAX district of Diriyah.
The offer consists of 44 lots from prominent and emerging artists from the Arab world, which have been donated both by the artists and Parisian collectors and gallery owners, Claude and France Lemand.