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Abu Dhabi Art 2015

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Abu Dhabi Art presents a selection of the world’s leading modern and contemporary art galleries alongside a dynamic programme of performances, talks and sensational experiences taking place at Manarat Al Saadiyat from November 18 – 21.

Abu Dhabi Art will once again bring together leading artists, galleries, art historians, curators, museum directors, and collectors from across the world to engage in a diverse range of discussions and events that celebrate the cultural diversity of the UAE and the region.

“With Abu Dhabi’s cultural landscape maturing year on year, Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority is proud to host the return of Abu Dhabi Art’s 2015 edition,” said His Excellency Mohammed Khalifa Al Mubarak, Chairman, TCA Abu Dhabi. “This seventh edition presents a strong series of initiatives that bring world-class art, performances and experiences to the heart of the Emirate.”

celebrates the evolving cultural landscape and ever-changing contemporary art scene, and engages

with the local community in a spirit of creative experimentation and intellectual discovery.”

Abu Dhabi Art returns with 40 established galleries from Europe, Asia, North America and the Middle East. Showcasing exceptional artworks from emerging artists alongside celebrated and iconic pieces by the world’s foremost artists, galleries will continue to exhibit under the five established sections of the fair: Modern, Contemporary and Design Galleries; Signature, galleries presenting their emerging artists; Beyond, the section for large-scale installations, sculptures and site specific commissions by selected artists; Bidaya, highlighting one emerging gallery;Artists’ Waves, Abu Dhabi Art’s series of talks and panel discussions returns this year with some of the art world’s leading figures, who will engage audiences in a discourse about the complex historic and contemporary art scene in the UAE.

Elena Scarpa

  • Paul Stolper Gallery at Abu Dhabi Art 2014 Paul Stolper Gallery at Abu Dhabi Art 2014