A key pillar in the Assembly’s research throughout the year, the Art Jameel Collection’s works on view features artists such as Maha Malluh and Faycal Baghriche, chosen for their inspiration in the Assembly’s exploration of the inner child.
Speaking on the occasion, Sheikh Mohammed highlighted the role of the arts in strengthening understanding and peaceful coexistence between people of different cultures and nationalities.
A variety of artworks in styles such as Calligraphy, Abstract, Cubism, Sufism, Contemporary and Photography,
It is scheduled to run till March 19. On display are offerings from a cross-section of art disciplines, ranging from mixed media, fashion, music and dance, to sustainability, digital art, photography, graffiti, sculptures, and more. Non
Retro Revival was considered one of the most successful online art exhibitions done during the period. It was viewed by more than 4,000 live audience viewers.
She is a Pakistani national, based in Dubai. An award winner and self-taught artist, her work is a reflection of her understanding of the universe and the constant changes and transformation that takes place within and around us.
It mesmerised audiences of all ages as it took them on a fantastical journey through countless literary worlds plucked from the top shelf of the childhood bookcase, including that of Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Snow White, Aladdin, Puss in Boots, The Three Musketeers, and similar others.
Begum’s work will explore the interaction of light, colour and form in dialogue with OMA’s Concrete, responding to the building’s architectural conversation with light and form, captured in its minimalist lines.
Since 2008, MOSAIKON has trained over 200 individuals in mosaic conservation from countries of the southern and eastern Mediterranean region.