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News Emirates: Explore the Art Exhibitions Lighting Up Dubai this Summer

News Emirates: Explore the Art Exhibitions Lighting Up Dubai this Summer

This summer, art enthusiasts are in for a delightful treat as Dubai showcases a vibrant array of exhibitions that will keep you culturally engaged throughout the season. These exhibitions provide a welcome escape from the scorching heat, offering a cool and enriching experience. If you're a culture vulture looking for exciting art events in Dubai, you're in the right place. Here's a roundup of the captivating art exhibitions happening in Dubai this summer.

Banksy Exhibition at Theatre of Digital Art

Continuing to captivate audiences, the Banksy exhibition at Dubai's Theatre of Digital Art (ToDA) offers a unique 360° experience featuring over 50 of Banksy's iconic works. Due to its immense popularity, the exhibition has been extended multiple times, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in Banksy's rebellious art.

  • Dates: Until July 14
  • Timings: Noon-11.30pm
  • Location: Souk Madinat Jumeirah, Umm Suqeim
  • Ticket Prices: Dhs65 (kids, regular), Dhs95 (adults, regular)
  • Website: toda.ae

Van Gogh X Japan at Theatre of Digital Art

Van Gogh X Japan is a digital exhibition that explores the connection between Japanese Ukiyo-e style and Vincent van Gogh's masterpieces. This immersive, 360-degree gallery exhibition provides a fresh perspective on the relationship between art and culture.

  • Dates: Fri Jul 14 - Mon Jul 31
  • Timings: 10am-10pm
  • Location: Souk Madinat Jumeirah, Umm Suqeim
  • Ticket Prices: Starting from Dhs110
  • Website: toda.ae

Isthmus by Lamya Gargash

Curated by Sophie Mayuko Arni, "Isthmus" is a photography exhibition that offers a unique perspective on the human experience through design choices. The photographs showcase furniture, objects, and architectural elements to reflect socio-economic and cultural shifts over the years.

  • Dates: Until July 21
  • Location: The Third Line, Warehouse 78, Alserkal Avenue

Fragile, Handle with Care by Giampiero Romanò

Italian artist Giampiero Romanò presents a collection of mirror-centric artworks that merge antique mirrors with contemporary artistic expressions. Romanò's pieces symbolize the fragility of the past, present, and future, making use of melting techniques, cracks, and stencils to create ethereal and thought-provoking art.

  • Dates: Until September 17
  • Location: Zawyeh Gallery, Unit 27, Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz
  • Website: zawyeh.net

Polite Existence by Tsuyoshi Hisakado

Japanese artist Tsuyoshi Hisakado explores the concepts of time and space through multi-form artwork. His Middle East debut delves into how natural forces shape our daily lives and represents an intriguing fusion of art and science.

  • Dates: Until September 24
  • Location: Jameel Arts Centre, Jaddaf Waterfront
  • Website: jameelartscentre.org

Selected Works by Nabil Anani

Palestinian artist Nabil Anani transports viewers to a serene Palestine untouched by modern disruptions. His colorful representations, crafted using natural media such as dried flowers and spices, evoke a dream-like rural ambiance.

  • Dates: Until September 15
  • Location: Zawyeh Gallery, Unit 27, Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz
  • Website: zawyeh.net

Strange Fruit by Dorsa Asadi

Iranian artist Dorsa Asadi presents a collection of ceramic art pieces that narrate the story of rebellious twins as they challenge patriarchy and capitalism. These intricate and vivid pieces offer a unique perspective on contemporary issues.

  • Dates: Until July 29
  • Location: Green Art Gallery, Warehouse 28, Alserkal Avenue
  • Website: alserkal.online

Tales Under the Gate at DIFC Sculpture Park

The DIFC Sculpture Park presents "Tales Under the Gate," featuring 70 captivating art pieces by various artists, including Antonio Signorini and Michelangelo Bastiani. The exhibition encourages viewers to expand their perceptions and confront boundaries.

  • Dates: Until September 23
  • Location: DIFC Sculpture Park, DIFC

They Will End Up In Ravines by Sara Sadik

Sara Sadik's "They Will End Up In Ravines" is a coming-of-age series inspired by video games, science fiction, and French rap music. The exhibition explores the challenges faced by young men through a five-channel video installation, offering a unique perspective on societal issues.

  • Dates: Until August 20
  • Location: Gallery 10, Jameel Arts Centre, Jaddaf Waterfront
  • Website: jameelartscentre.org

Immerse yourself in the world of art and culture this summer by visiting these captivating exhibitions in Dubai. Each exhibition offers a unique perspective on various aspects of the human experience, making for a culturally enriching and inspiring experience.