The biggest ever restoration of Rembrandt`s "The Night Watch" is to begin online at Amsterdam's famed Rijksmuseum.
Created between the 17th and 19th centuries for the Rajput and Pahari courts of north India, a selection of 30 paintings depicting the Ramayana will go on a year-long exhibition at The Met America's prestigious museum.
Middle East Film and Comic Con (MEFCC) is all set to return to Dubai for its 7th consecutive year from April 11-13, celebrating all things related to film and comic. Residents and visitors will have the chance to delve into their fantasy worlds for three full days as they participate in a wide range of activities celebrating the electric energy of pop culture.
The historical film “Khorfakkan 1507” has brought to life the epic resistance put up by Khorfakkan’s inhabitants during a ruthless Portuguese invasion over 500 years ago led by naval commander General Afonso de Albuquerque. For the first time in UAE cinema, this important piece of history has been adapted to screen, and is based on the book, Khorfakkan’s Resistance Against the Portuguese Invasion of September 1507, written by His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah.
Visiting Philippine world-renowned/global traveler artist Manuel “Manny” Baldemor is impressed by the deep-rooted creativeness and growing sense of nationalism budding and established Filipino painters possess in the UAE.
Southeast Asia’s Republic of the Philippines commemorates its 121st freedom from Spain this June 12 although its “full independence” as a free and sovereign country was granted by its second coloniser, the United States of America on July 4, 1946.
Egyptian mega-star, Mohamed Henedy, announced the details of his first stand-up world tour, “Henedy live,” on the evening of June 24 at a press conference in Dubai’s Armani Hotel. Starting off at New York City’s Beacon Theatre in Madison Square Garden on the upcoming September 22, the popular comedian will take “Henedy Live” to 20 countries on a year-long tour.
A state-sponsored project in Bolivia is aiming to use urban art to capture some of the rich traditions of indigenous culture and turn an area into a tourist attraction.
When Afghan asylum seeker Yar Mohammad Haiqar found a job as a painter in a small Bavarian city, he couldn't stop smiling at what he hoped would be an opportunity to build a good life and a secure future in Germany.