World Art Dubai: the name says a lot and describes an artistic halo that spreads out from Dubai to the rest of the world. Starting from April 12th until April 15th,, this fair stands out thanks to its international nature.

World Art Dubai

Reproductions, photographs, paintings, installations, sculptures and several kinds of modern and contemporary art works will be displayed at Dubai World Trade Center and let’s not forget all the related events.

World Art Dubai

Artists, collectors and curious people from all over the world will all gather on the occasion of World Art Dubai whose motto is “Diverse. Affordable. Original”. There are about 300 international galleries participating in this event of this artistic season that joins emerging works and training.

World Art Dubai

At World Art Dubai it is worth mentioning the exhibition dedicated to Islamic religion inspired to Middle-Eastern culture rich in past traditions, current stimulus and future potentials. There will be 3000 works from 50 countries at World Art Dubai which represents a platform with countless art shades.

World Art Dubai

Visitors will have the chance to interact with artists thanks to the Live Painting section and also Art Talks section. Both give access to creative means and also the chance to discuss related themes among experts and non. For those who would like to approach creativity with a learning attitude, there are training workshops available. In the VIP area there are exclusive services you can book also online. World Art Dubai is a genuine key of interpretation for those who wish to experience Middle-Eastern art and much more.

World Art Dubai

No other place could offer a better environment than Dubai World Trade Center, better known with its acronym DWTC. This venue was opened in 1979 and hosts important exhibitions and events, approximately 500 yearly, among which there’s of course World Art Dubai fair.

Further information can be found at www.worldartdubai.com 

Article by Francesca Martire 

English translation by Chiara Vilmercati