DIFC Art Nights begins this Thursday with the theme of ‘Hope and Positivity’
Commemorate Dubai’s vibrant art scene and local talent at the 11th edition of the popular bi-annual DIFC Art Nights. Themed on the sentiments of ‘hope and positivity, the much-awaited, two-day (1 – 2 April, 2021) event at Gate Village will start this Thursday from 6pm onwards to showcase thought-provoking and creative art pieces from emerging and established artists.
DIFC Art Nights will exhibit an exceptional breadth of art installations, sculptures and paintings that are looking towards the future and aimed at creating positive experiences for the residents and visitors.
Visitors will be taken into a world of creativity and inspiration as they enjoy wide range of art pieces from galleries such as Christie's, Opera Gallery, Sconci Gallery, Sotheby’s, Tabari Art Space, Andakulova Gallery, Van De Goudenberg, Legacy Art, Anyahh Art and DB Artworks as well as organisations such as The Farjam Foundation, alongside workshops, alfresco dining, and shopping at 350+ retail and dining outlets.
Other motivating and meaningful artworks will be showcased including the famous metal bar audio-visual installation by Lebanese-Syrian graphic designer, Ranim Al Halaky; intricate neon art pieces created by Charlotte de Belle; a beautiful painting titled ‘Sky above Dubai, 2021’, made of plastic bags by Kazakhstan-based visual artist Saule Suleimenova; a playful installation created with reflective strips to celebrate the dynamic culture by Karim Tamerji; ‘Hymning of Shadows’, a collaborative installation depicting discovery in times of change and transformation by Hamzat Wasl Studio and bronze sculpture titled ‘Drums of War’ by Muatasim Alkubaisy.
Be a part of the event for a distinctive experience and to be inspired by the local, regional, and global art in the region’s most desirable business and lifestyle destination. Admission is complimentary and visitors can attend from 6pm to 10pm on both evenings.
When: 1-2 April, 2021
Where: Gate Village, DIFC