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.
“Second Life” acts as a reminder to reconsider our surroundings from space to materials, and act on them to serve a better purposeful function visually and conceptually.
Art talents of the new generation were recently brought to light during the exhibition ‘We Are Wondering’ (WAW) that is being until January 31st, 2021. The exhibition is being organised at the cafe-gallery Maisan 15 in Dubai, featuring 6 UAE-based artists with ages ranging from 18 to 22, who came together to introduce different talents to art lovers in the UAE.
Hura’s individual and collective journeys through photography and moving image over the years have presented both a form of rooting and uprooting of places as markers of identity.
The 20th edition of Dubai World Dermatology and Laser Conference and Exhibition ‘Dubai Derma’, concluded on a high note at the Dubai World Trade Centre on Thursday.
The King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture (Ithra), Saudi Arabia, has announced the launch of the COVID-19 Exhibit, a collection of thoughts, memories and reflections by people across the globe on their pandemic experience.
Lebanon Then and Now: Photography from 2006 to 2020, is a unique collaboration between cultural institutions spanning Washington DC, Paris and Beirut, with one shared goal
Comprising images drawn from a diverse range of sources and media — the internet, printed or painted material, and composed with embroidery, painted metalwork and grooming items.
The first in-person exhibition of the Dubai Collection will be opened later this year at the Etihad Museum.