The Third Line’s fifth solo show with Hayv Kahraman the LA-based Iraqi-Kurdish artist fills both gallery spaces with a series of new paintings and drawings
solo exhibition of Larry Amponsah is on at Lawrie Shabibi Art gallery Dubai the marketplaces of Accra, with their clashes of colours and symphonic bustle, serve as potent inspiration to Larry Amponsah’s paintings — less in terms of subject matter, perhaps, than his overall collage-like approach to the art form, which has him splicing figures from old fashion magazines as well as from the barbershops of London. The Ghanaian artist is marking his first UAE solo show at Lawrie Shabibi gallery. The exhibition, The Soil From Which We Came, is running until February 17, and features large-scale paintings brimming with mixed imagery that are collated like collages. The works focus on contemporary black culture and identity with an awareness of global interconnectivity.
Multidisciplinary artist Daniel Canogar’s (b.1964) work centers on—and is often made of material from—the technology we interact with every day. The artist’s solo show, “Daniel Canogar: Loose Threads,” opened at Galloire, Dubai, and is on view through February 24, 2023. Using the history of textiles and fabric as a starting point, Canogar has created a body of work that highlights the parallels between these mediums and digital technology. Screens have become a near omnipresent facet of contemporary life, and Canogar employs them as a core medium in his work, not simply as a mount or framework for digital projects. In his most recent works, some screens have even come off the wall and into three-dimensional space, entering viewers’ physical space in a way not commonly associated with digital or projected works. Overall, Canogar’s oeuvre proposes a new way of understanding art and technology. Early in your career, photography was your primary medium, and today you largely engage with digital art and other forms of image-making.
Art Dubai is the Middle East’s leading international art fair starts salling ticket .Ticket's price is 25.26 USD. If you want to visit art dubai one day you must pay 90 dhs but if you get 3 days ticket it is 150 dhs .
ART DUBAI UNVEILS INCLUSIVE AND EXTENSIVE 2023 PROGRAMME, REINFORCING DUBAI’S STATUS AS A SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTOR TO GLOBAL CONVERSATIONS ABOUT ART Held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, Art Dubai has announced details of the programme and partnerships for its 16th edition. The expanded 2023 programme features an ambitious and multi-strand conference, talks and education programme, reinforcing Dubai’s emergence as a hub for art and culture and a significant contributor to global conversations about contemporary art.
Meet the art collector! Thibault Cadro will be at FoundryDowntown art gallery to showcase his unmissable collection of fine art prints. Experience the collection yourself starting 25 January.
Pro Art Gallery is in Palm Strip Mall and It can one source for art. Pro Art Gallery offers a selection of styles and mediums from over 200 artists from 80 countries permanently on display.
Lana Khayat’s solo exhibition, Conversation With The Wilderness in XVA Art Gallery Dubai till January 24th .
Just 5 Days Later Is Holding Solo Exhibition Ziad Al Najjar In TABARI ARTESPACE Gallery Dubai .
The ongoing exhibition at Foundry Downtown titled Venti, Aurae, Anima – Spirit of Fluidity (Nov. 23, 2022 – Jan. 18) includes an international board of artists from Kazakhstan, France, Sweden and Iran.