Titled ‘The Swing’, the commissioned work by Emirati artist Azza Al Qubaisi, is inspired and born out of local culture and heritage.
Sharjah Calligraphy Museum provides an educational experience through multiple workshops, especially for young people, with the aim to nurture their talents and to further promote the art of calligraphy among them.
The sale, titled "British. Cool.", at auction house Bonhams, in London, will also feature boots designed by Damien Hirst and photos of The Who and The Beatles.
The Institute offers both Masters and PhD programmes dedicated to training a new generation of critical thinkers in African and African diaspora studies, evolving a new model for academic research, teaching and documentation in the field.
Towards a Universal Language, Louvre Abu Dhabi’s first international exhibition of 2021 (Feb. 17 – June 12), invites visitors to explore the dawn of modern abstraction.
Al Suwaidi’s art arises from his relationship with the local environment of the UAE, the sea, mountains, desert and its life and the world of ships, all integrated harmoniously and endowed with abstraction.
It features 50+ galleries from more than 40 cities spread across 30 countries and five continents, coming together in their dedication to art of the Global South.
Jafri’s record-breaking canvas, ‘The Journey of Humanity’, scales over 17,000 square feet was created in the ballroom at Atlantis, The Palm during the COVID-19 lockdown. It took seven months, 20 hours a day, for Jafri to complete, with the use of 1,065 paint brushes and 6,300 litres of paint.