The Festival presents more than 130 artworks by a diverse mix of artists from nearly 50 countries. Included are film screenings, workshops, guided tours and other events held across the Festival’s various locations.
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“The colourful backgrounds of the images are just as varied as the cultural landscape of each one of us, sharing the same experience as a global community,” says Al Saleh.
The UAE has been at the forefront of the regional art market and has paved the way to the international art scene, says Teena Thawani.
It is the largest digital facade inside The Dubai Mall and with an art projection with a total display area of 200 square metres, visitors will be treated to the concept of living, dynamic art.
Suleimenova is a visual artist who works with edge-of-the-art techniques and media, including recycled plastic, cellophane and polycarbonate.
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.
Hosted in collaboration with the Centre Pompidou and France Museums, it will showcase 101 artworks from 16 partner institution collections, including Guggenheim Abu Dhabi.
Churchill’s only wartime painting depicting Marrakech, considered to be one of his ‘best,’ is being sold by the Hollywood actor and will reportedly fetch millions of dollars.