Dubai, along with its UAE sister territories, have often faced criticism for lacking in certain aspects such and culture, history and nature. Recently, however, the region has made a very conscious effort to overturn this sterile reputation. With the upcoming opening of The Louvre & Guggenheim galleries in Abu Dhabi, Dubai is also investing some serious time and effort into developing a thriving art scene. From wealthy local art enthusiasts to aspiring Western Bohemians & Hipsters, this recent art festival was another BIG HIT for this bustling local art movement.
World Art Dubai debuted this April and was set in World Trade Center. This exciting art affair promises an affordable collection of hundred modern and contemporary works from more than a hundred galleries and artist across twenty-five countries and it caters to new collectors and enthusiast.
This The Palm art piece from Vogelsang Art Gallery Belgium
The artist shared that the Persian poet Rumi was her inspiration for her work below
I asked the artist if this painting is aligned with the conservation nature of the Muslims and this is what he has to say ” I was quite apprehensive at first, I was on the constant look out for someone who will come and take them down, however, art is expression and it should remain that way”