More than fifty international modern and contemporary art and design galleries will showcase their work at a fair in Beirut in September.
The fifth edition of the Beirut Art Fair will run from September 18 to 2
It's too bad women can't computer-generate more of their own participation in the technical side of filmmaking.
Digital animation and visual effects are so widespread today that studios can end up using them in nearly ever
Renowned artist and Canadian University of Dubai lecturer Sylvain Tremblay poses after creating a 12m x 10m picture of the late Sheikh Zayed in the Dubai desert out of sand this morning (May 12).
“I feel very honoured to have been
Abu Dhabi hopes eventually to lure tourists to its own branch of the Louvre museum, but pending its opening in 2015 some of its treasures have gone on display at the place that inspired it - the Louvre in Paris.
"Birth of a M
An artist whose work with vehicle parts is inspired by a car accident that left him temporarily unable to walk is exhibiting his work in Bahrain.
Turkish sculptor Ali Abayoglu, 34, suffered a car accident 15 ye
People with disabilities are being given a new way to communicate using art.
A series of workshops are being conducted across the country by award-winning British artist Rachel Gadsden, who is using a variety o
Australia’s first Islamic art museum - the Islamic Museum of Australia, has been officially opened in Melbourne, the capital of Victoria.
The museum is a not-for-profit organisation with an objective to s
The necessary market maturity and support infrastructure is now in place to consider art as a viable standalone asset class for Middle East retail investors.
This was the consensus view of a panel of industry experts from Christie
Two important collections of Middle Eastern art will lead the 16th sale season at Christie’s Dubai on March 19.
The Pharos Collection of 55 works includes works by the leading names of the modern Egyptian art movement while