happenings this month Second Edition Of Rethink Art Is Back
Second Edition Of Rethink Art Is Back
Updated on 07 March 2022

Dubai Design District brings back the second edition of Rethink Art.

The event will be held from 8 to 13 March and will host a series of art activations, exhibitions, live performances and workshops.

Aimed at 'rethinking the regular', local, international and regional artists will be able to unleash their creativity.

The Icons of Crypto Art by The 721 (the721.io) will bring 30 artists and will have three features, 'Rare Pepes', a limited edition blockchain collectable that predates Crypto Art, 'Cryptopunks', the first algorithmically generated NFT collection and XCOPY's 'Right-Click and Save As Guy', one of the most iconic works in Crypto Art.

Live graffiti displays will take place where visitors can join in on creating art.

K Gallery will display the art of 18 UAE-based artists including the Facade to Facade exhibition by Hussein Al Moozawi, the Celebrating Middle Eastern Creativity exhibition by The Khawla Art and Cultural Foundation and more.

A range of live performances will also be held by regional artists.

For more information, the Dubai Design District website.

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