exhibitions


 
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The Young Collectors Auction, Ayyam Gallery (Saudi Arabia)

2014

The Young Collectors Auction is a unique auction experience and provides an unmatched platform for both aspiring and seasoned collectors. With the mandate of maintaining and promoting artistic excellence, the second edition of the Young Collectors Auction is sure to woo and delight audiences. 

 
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Reinterpreting Contemporary, Loud Art (Saudi Arabia)

2015

Reinterpreting Contemporary is an exhibition that revisits the chapter of the Arab contemporary art scene and tries to decipher the cultural impact that manifested within the masses. This exhibition will try to display how certain artists are more conscious about art and visualize their profound understanding within their work.

 
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Heritage of Emotions, Nikki Diana Marquardt & Work In Progress (France)

2016

Work in Progress Nikki Diana Marquardt, presents “Heritage of Emotions” curated by Lara Saab explores the society’s unconscious and generates a renewed feeling of belonging and wanting to belong to the collective cultural memory and its aspiration to identify, redefine and refine this memory.  From queries into the missing and misplaced artworks from Beirut’s national museum to a large graffiti display to a Walking tour of Beirut’s cultural history… all of this urges us to have a renewed spirit of pride and investment in our heritage and patrimony.

 
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Technicolor, La Cantine du Faubourg (Dubai, Emirates)

2017

The 2017 season will start with an exhibition around the works of the young Lebanese talent Ali Chaaban. At 25, Ali is already identified as one of the contemporary artists with the most interesting potential of the region. His work around nostalgia and exile will be complemented by an exclusive installation for the Cantine du Faubourg around the theme of the carpet.

 
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Tadafuq (Flow), Hafez Gallery (Saudi Arabia)

2017

The group exhibition is co-curated by Noor Aldabbagh and Qaswra Hafez and introduces new emerging artists from Saudi Arabia alongside more established ones. 37 artists individually interpret 'flow' within their selves or as reflected in our societies, working within their practices in various contemporary mediums includingpainting, sculpture, photography, video, installation, textile art, ceramic, collage and others. Topics concerning the artists include migration, urban sprawl, dissemination of technology, spirituality, and the experience of memory.

 
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warehouse421, Abu Dhabi Art (Emirates)

2017

The Capital has opened doors to aspiring art collectors by putting up artworks that are affordable at the the city's annual art fair. The Galleries Week, a week-long event showcasing six galleries, opened to the public on Wednesday at Warehouse421 at Abu Dhabi's Mina Zayed Port. Visitors from across the country have been coming to see the art as well as listen to public talks on how to collect beautiful but affordable artworks.

 
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Shara Art Fair, 2139 (Saudi Arabia)

2017

The Capital has opened doors to aspiring art collectors by putting up artworks that are affordable at the the city's annual art fair. The Galleries Week, a week-long event showcasing six galleries, opened to the public on Wednesday at Warehouse421 at Abu Dhabi's Mina Zayed Port. Visitors from across the country have been coming to see the art as well as listen to public talks on how to collect beautiful but affordable artworks.

 
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Beirut Art Fair, Hafez Gallery (Lebanon)

2017

From September 19 to 26, BEIRUT ART WEEK continues its annual tradition of bringing contemporary art to the heart of Beirut. This unique, offsite program includes 27 offerings that highlight the cultural heritage of Beirut, deployed in public spaces and in some of the city’s most prestigious shops. This artistic circuit showcases important works including one by Romero Britto in partnership with the Beirut Marathon, in addition to the monumental sculptures of Mauro Corda and of Helidon Xhixha. An open-air cinema unfolds on the terraces of the Opera Gallery in collaboration with the Festival of Lebanese Film. Dedicated to short films, this projection pays homage to internationally renowned and awardwinning directors.

 
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Abu Dhabi Art (Emirates)

2017

Abu Dhabi Art expands beyond the notion of a traditional art fair, in placing strong emphasis on a diverse public engagement programme, including art installations and exhibitions, talks and events that take place in different locations throughout the year. The culmination of this year-long programme is the Abu Dhabi Art event in November, which provides an important sales platform for participating galleries whilst also offering these galleries an opportunity to showcase ambitious installations and site specific works by their artists to an audience of over 20,000 visitors

 
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warehouse421, Abu Dhabi Art (Emirates)

2018

Galleries Week first launched in 2017 as a collaboration between Warehouse421 and Abu Dhabi Art. It returns this year in expanded form through a new partnership with Festembr.