All About World Art Dubai

  • Publish date: Thursday، 08 April 2021
All About World Art Dubai

UAE celebrates art and creativity once again as World Art Dubaiis back to Dubai for its 7th edition with more than 2,000 pieces from over 27 countries are on display at DWTC art fair.

Sheikha Latifa Bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairperson of Dubai Culture and Arts Authority (Dubai Culture), inaugurated the 7th edition of World Art Dubai 2021 at the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) drawing an enthusiastic response from the local, regional and international art community.

The art fair will be held for 4 days with safety precautions and measures to fight against Covid-19.

“The breadth of this year’s World Art Dubai and the safety measures implemented across the venue will ensure visitors of all ages experience an incredible day out,” said Trixie LohMirmand, Executive Vice President, Exhibitions & Events Management, DWTC. “After the success of last winter’s event, World Art Dubai’s popularity continues to grow and we look forward to safely welcoming visitors from across the world to further underline Dubai’s championing role in driving renewed optimism into the global arts and events arenas.”

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Different zones are to be included, such as Urban Art DXB, a zone dedicated to graffiti and street art that is curated by Louis Wright from London-based gallery Vandalist Art, garnered significant opening day attention courtesy of eye-popping live graffiti sessions by local and international artists including Maddy Butcher, Fink 22 and Pure Evil. Urban Art DXB is also hosting a live graffiti jam battle at World Art Dubai, where artists are bidding to win a free exhibition space at next year’s show.

If you are still not familiar with the Theatre of Digital Art (ToDA), you can definitely check it out! which is showcasing a stunning visual journey through two incredible masterpieces: ‘Monet to Kandinsky’ and ‘The Impressionists’.

Apart of that, visitors can also participate through workshops that include palette knife painting with Dubai based fine-art gallery Funun Arts; a kids painting session with online art gallery Artezaar; and photography classes for adults and children by Nikon.

To ensure the safety of visitors, and in line with all government guidelines, a range of measures will be implemented, including social distancing, mandatory mask wearing, regular disinfection and clearly marked and defined entry and exit areas. World Art Dubai has partnered with www.fynd.art to provide visitors with a contactless experience. By scanning an art piece with their smartphone, visitors can explore information about exhibited artwork, artists and galleries.

Image Source: World Art Dubai