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  • What Not To Miss!

    05 Apr 2019 World Art Dubai
    World Art Dubai, the region’s largest accessible and affordable art fair, is officially underway! If you’re planning to head down to the fair this weekend, here’s a few highlights to help you make the ...
  • Conversations with World Art Dubai

    02 Apr 2019 World Art Dubai
    World Art Dubai, is all set to kick-off. To find out more, Georgia and Danny from Dubai Eye 103.8 hosted our curator, Batool Jafri, to find out about the diverse UAE art scene and how World Art Dubai ...
  • World Art Dubai, the Middle East’s leading affordable and accessible art fair, and Rove Hotels, the fair’s official hotel partner, have revealed the winners of the inaugural World Art Dubai Emerging A ...
  • How To Survive Your First Art Fair

    01 Apr 2019 World Art Dubai
    Whether you’re planning to visit World Art Dubai for the first time or the fifth, it always pays to plan ahead. Aside from the 3,000-plus artworks on show, there are dozens of opportunities to listen ...
  • World Art Dubai puts Diversity into Action

    25 Mar 2019 World Art Dubai

    A glance through World Art Dubai’s exhibitor list makes one thing clear – the affordable retail art show has fully embraced diversity, in all forms.

  • A workshop focused on ‘Sustainability in Nature’ held at Repton Dubai, saw 12 children from years five and six working closely with 12 children of mixed ages from Manzil.
  • Curating The Ultimate Bachelor Pad

    12 Mar 2019 World Art Dubai

    Art is rapidly gaining a reputation among upwardly mobile men as an essential component of one’s self: art portrays who you are and, more importantly, what you want to say about yourself.

  • Artists In The Spotlight

    07 Mar 2019 World Art Dubai
    Our artists in the spotlight include some of the best Emirati artists, International artists, and the Top Galleries. 
  • Why Should Buyers Look To Affordable Art?

    28 Feb 2019 World Art Dubai
    As one of the biggest themes of 2019, the notion of ‘inclusion’ has taken root in the art world as a direct consequence of the public demanding more accessibility and broader opportunities.


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