happenings this month Art Dubai To Return For Its 17th Edition In March 2024
Art Dubai To Return For Its 17th Edition In March 2024
Updated on 24 January 2024

Art lovers, get ready to celebrate art in Dubai as the iconic Art Dubai is coming back for its 17th edition on 1 March. Taking place from 1 to 3 March, Art Dubai will be held at Madinat Jumeirah and feature new commissions and premières by internationally recognised artists. Besides this, the event will also feature talks, leadership programmes, a series of performances, films and more. All these activities will focus on hope, society and the influence of art.

The fair will showcase fresh viewpoints in four categories: Contemporary, Modern, Bawwaba, and Digital. Additionally, it will feature a range of similar activities, such as new artist commissions, performances, talks, workshops, and educational programs.

In terms of tickets, tickets for Art Dubai 2024 will go live soon, and the one-day ticket price will be Dhs 100, while the three-day ticket price will cost Dhs 180. 

As for timings, visiting hours on 1 and 2 March will be 2pm to 9 pm, and 3 March will be 12pm to 4pm. 

In terms of art and artists, visitors will get to experience varied art shows from artists like Canadian-Korean artist Krista Kim, by Dr Christianna Bonin and more. Besides this, Goa-based artist Sahil Naik's A.R.M. Holding Children’s Programme will debut at the fair and later extend to over 100 schools with 15,000 students.

For more details head to Art Dubai's website.

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