With one month left until the grand opening of the second edition of the Abu Dhabi International Boat Show (ADIBS 2019), the event has already attracted several prestigious exhibitors, sponsors and partners from the UAE and across the globe.
Under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Dr Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Crown Prince and Deputy Ruler of Sharjah, on Sunday
Al Ain Zoo has announced a series of new projects as part of its mission to provide a unique experience for its visitors, conserve nature, and to support tourism and investment in the emirate of Abu Dhabi at local and global levels.
Rowaida Hakim, a contemporary artist based in Dubai, has adopted a new technique and became the first artist to use 307 small diamonds (3.9 carats) in her new series of paintings to tell the world that nothing is impossible
Mindscapes, a solo exhibition of Laleh Khorramian’s works, demonstrates her intrigue in alternate domains and the extraordinary beings that inhabit them
XVA Gallery, Dubai, is currently presenting The Ocean Refuses No River, a solo exhibition by Naz Shahrokh, focusing on a series of mixed media studies made upon a surface, which originally was a map of the UAE.
The timeliness of the exhibition is particularly significant, as its launch comes amidst a heightened awareness of racial injustice against the Black community, with protests occurring around the world.
Sharjah’s exhibition and conference season will soon kick off with a wide range of major local, regional, and international events hosted and organised by the Expo Centre Sharjah during the last four months of 2022.
The event was inaugurated by Dhruv Mishra, Second Secretary (Political Affairs), Embassy of India. Apart from artworks from India and the UAE, there were also performing art concerts during the opening and closing ceremonies, which added more colour to the event.
'Pakistan Pavilion celebrates the New Year by opening the exhibition for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa at Expo 2020 Dubai. 'We would like to use Expo 2020 as a platform to display our tourist spots, indigenous Kalash culture and the historic Gandhara Civilisation,' Kamran Ahmad Afridi said.