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In 2024, the art world is poised at a crossroads of innovation and tradition, exploring new dimensions of expression while revisiting the past with fresh eyes.
Organising your art studio can be revitalizing to your creative process, providing a fresh and inspiring environment for your artistic pursuits.
The advent of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the art world signifies...
Ahmed Bouzeraa – artist in focus for WAD 2024
The ARTMUC international art fair launched in 2014 and takes place biannually in Munich
He joins long-time curators Samar Kamel and Batool Jafri
The exciting initiative debuts a partnership with World Art Dubai and continues to support emerging female artists
Unleash the Power of Art with World Art Dubai Media Partnerships
Dubai Municipality's Creative Initiative to Enhance the Cityscape
The artwork draws inspiration from the diverse landscapes and countries and references Dubai&
'Tales Under the Gate' Will Close at the End of September
Festival to Feature Works by 200 Local and International Artists
Experience the vibrant creativity of Nofal O.'s street art at this new exhibition
Arte Museum Dubai Unveils a Mesmerising Blend of Nature and Digital Art
Discovering Art in the Middle East: From Traditional to Digital
Rediscovering Beirut's Cultural Jewel: Sursock Museum Welcomes Visitors Again
Abdulrahman Al Zayani’s collection was largely acquired via Dubai's thriving galleries
The report notes that while the market for contemporary art is strong, sales of older works have been declining
If you’re starting to plan your visit to WAD 2023 and want to be wowed by artwork from some of the art...
Throughout history, marriage has been among the most popular subjects portrayed in art.
Get set for the biggest and most unique celebration of art, education and entertainment ever
The Heart to Heart Podcast by Artezaar.com has collaborated with World Art Dubai
For the fifth year, Rove Hotels will host its Emerging Artists competition
Discover more about the galleries taking part in World Art Dubai 2023
Learn what inspires the unbelivably artists of World Art Dubai 2023
Meet the exceptionally talented artists of World Art Dubai 2023
WAD is a self-hung art show where the artists prepare their own spaces.
Al Quoz-based Art Painting Lab houses as many as 2,020 works of art produced during the lockdown period by professional as well as non-professional artists,
Art is completely subjective and making a conscious decision to nurture your collection means you have to do your homework. If you’re armed with the right research,
Despite the tragedy, she picked up her tools, created new work and is ready to showcase her mixed media art at this year’s World Art Dubai.
The UAE art scene continues to mature and expand, with local galleries shining the spotlight on emerging talent
Dubai’s art scene is young, but it has the right energy to blossom. It is growing every day and, in comparison to the rest of the world
Perhaps it’s no surprise then that Dubai’s art scene has emerged into an inspiring landscape, providing novice collectors with abundant opportunities to purchase something which aligns with their tastes.
World Art Dubai 2020 artists Kristel Bechara, Aditi Patwari and Mahnaz Karimi discuss how this year’s fair will reflect wider trends in the global art scene.
According to a recent study, the vast majority of people wear 20 per cent of their clothes 80 per cent of the time.
Art has become more affordable – portraits, photographs, sculptures and paintings can liven up a living space, but selecting carefully is key.
When it comes to your art world career who better to take advice from than an artist?
Artist Bas Uterwijk uses artificial intelligence software to bring historical characters to life.
While we are all at home complaining about being unable to go to our favourite museums and galleries
Artists are increasingly creating pieces that fuse art forms such as painting, sculpture, photography, collage and more to break style boundaries through experimentation and innovation.
Street artists from around the world are creating topical, colourful and attention grabbing art depicting their take on the current crisis.
Staying home is the new going out, and it means we now have A LOT of spare time on our hands