happenings this month Your Guide To World Art Dubai
Your Guide To World Art Dubai
Updated on 03 May 2024

World Art Dubai, the Middle East's largest contemporary art fair, is back for its 10th edition. Held at the Dubai World Trade Centre in collaboration with Dubai Culture, the event showcases an impressive array of 10,000 artworks curated by over 65 exhibitors from both local and international art scenes. Running until 5 May, it's a celebration of creativity and cultural exchange that art enthusiasts won't want to miss.

World Art Dubai eagerly anticipates the arrival of over 15,000 art enthusiasts spanning all ages, fostering creativity and inspired thinking through live art performances, engaging workshops, and insightful talks until 5 May. 

The art fair sprawls across 12 pavilions dedicated to various countries and regions, including Japan, India, China, Turkey, Iran, America, Asia, Russia, UAE, Europe, the UK, and Arabia. Visitors can immerse themselves in a myriad of activities extending beyond conventional art exhibitions. From experiential art activations to live performances, curated art talks, and workshops, these interactive elements promise a holistic cultural experience, celebrating the vibrant diversity of the global art landscape.

With the primary goal of making art accessible to a broader audience, prices for the art pieces start from Dhs 367, ensuring that art aficionados of all backgrounds can participate. Whether you're a seasoned collector, a connoisseur, or a first-time buyer, there's something for everyone to explore. 

The exhibit runs from 1pm to 9pm at Dubai World Trade Centre's Za'abeel Halls 1, 2, and 3. Admission is ticketed, with prices starting from Dhs 15, inviting visitors to immerse themselves in a world of artistic wonders. Head to World Art Dubai's website and purchase your ticket now. 

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