It’s finally time to say goodbye to 2022, and start 2023 afresh. If you’re not a fan of new year’s resolutions or perhaps you are, but can’t seem to devise a list of things to attempt or revisit that doesn’t include the usual like: going to the gym, sleeping early or eating healthy (all the habits that last for a day or two.) You could include more artistic and creative endeavors to pursue this year like: booking an art/pottery class, trying to paint using a different medium, reading a book or visiting more art exhibitions to explore both local and international talent. If this sounds enticing, keep scrolling to learn more regarding all the unmissable art events and exhibitions that will be headed to the UAE soon.

BEDIA GALLERY

 

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Traverse into the wondrous vibrant world of Turkish born German raised Artist Kemal Yazici, at the recently opened Bedia Gallery. Yazici’s artwork is an homage to all the colourful cultures and countries he has encountered and a must-visit for abstract art lovers. The exhibition is open to the public and and situated at the city’s art-hub Al Quoz.

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Tashkeel Al Fahidi

Explore ‘Rainbows Under Their Feet,’ a solo-exhibition by Natalya Konforti, Tashkeel studio’s first resident artist. The exhibition is open until the 9th of January and open to the public so hurry up to get inspired by lustrous artwork among remarkable architecture.

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Fann À Porter

 

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Fann À Porter will be showcasing the first solo exhibition of Egyptian fine artist, Sara Tantawy. The artist will be showcasing ‘survivors,’ a collection that encompasses a myriad of figurative paintings that are inspired by her rich culture and heritage. The exhibition will commence on the 12th of January at 7pm at The Workshop Dubai.

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ART DUBAI

Dubai’s top art exhibition will be returning again after several successful renditions over the years, showcasing both local and international talent from around the globe. The exhibition encompasses a variety of contemporary and modern art along with various sculptures and other mediums. The event will take place on the Madinat Jumeirah from the 3rd of March to the 5th of March.

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skaya art presents ‘faceless’ at BOCCARA Gallery

 

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Dubai based art consultancy Skaya Art will be presenting artist Anna Chekh’s ‘Faceless’ exhibition for the second time at the BOCCARA Gallery, located right at the heart of the city at DIFC. The collection showcases “Anna’s mysterious Shadow Man and blends contemporary surrealism with expressionism to showcase current social topics including how today’s generation experiences the world anonymously.” The exhibition will be running until the 10th of January and is open to public for free, so don’t miss out on a chance to experience Chekh’s vibrant colourful world up close.

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LOUVRE ABU DHABI

 

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For those fascinated by Impressionism or fond of iconic impressionists such as Monet, Renoir, Manet. Cézanne among many others, the Louvre has the perfect exhibition for you. The Louvre Abu Dhabi in partnership with Musée d’Orsay has curated a gorgeous collection of 150 paintings that include artworks to showcase the history of the challenging time period along with other costumes and photography. This might be just what you need to get back into creating yourself, the exhibition will remain until the 25th of February so there’s plenty of time to enjoy the New Year’s festivities and then enjoy some art.

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Takashi Murakami at Perrotin Dubai

 

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Witness the legendary Japanese icon Takashi Murakami’s first ever exhibition in Dubai named ‘Murakami.Flowers’ at the Perrotin Gallery in collaboration with ICD Brookfield Place. The exhibition like the name suggests will showcase his signature emblematic flowers, from a series of 108 flowers that was painted utilising varying colours and backgrounds along with several sculptures. The exhibition will take place until the 27th of January, at the ICD Brookfield in DIFC.

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