The Foundry, Downtown Dubai’s most important mixed-use creative space for art, culture and work, in association with Kalimat and Co., has announced the opening session of the Boulevard exhibition for three days starting tomorrow and ending on February 26. Art in Space».
The exhibition will be held at the Boulevard area of Dubai and will offer free entry to all who wish to experience a pioneering artistic experience by reviewing computer-based communication, its impact on various aspects of life and the way individuals deal with it.
The Boulevart includes a list of the world’s most famous artists, with more than 40 artists participating in around 25 exhibitions, as well as numerous dialogue sessions, Web3 projects and continuing education courses, which contribute to improving communication. Communication and collaborative dialogue with attendance.
The exhibition offers an opportunity to meet Ellen Schetlin, Michael Benesti, Federico Clappis, Krista Kim and pioneering Emirati digital artist Jalal Luqman, as well as many other key figures in the field of digital art. Explore collections from curators such as Auronda Scalera, Alfredo Cremarotti, and NFT 33 and Verticalcrypto art, as well as global galleries such as W1 Curates, Vertical Crypto, Museum of Crypto Art (MOCA), Wizara Collective, and Moro & Costa Collective.
Starting February 27, the Foundry is hosting a series of art exhibitions with the participation of four international artists, presenting an impressive collection of hybrid art.
Exhibit 3 presents the artworks of painter Sylvia Ong, who through her paintings reflects her own vision of perceptual perceptions of the world in relation to the expression of her feelings and memories. Ong named the group “Around the Sun All Year.”
As for Exhibit 4, it will be hosted by the Atassi Foundation in a group exhibition called “New Visions” presented by four Syrian artists: Munif Ajaj, Muhammad Ghayada, Elias Ayoub and Edward Shada.
Gallery 5 presents ZugZwang’s multimedia project with an honest artistic report, presented through first-hand witnesses, memories and visual interactions.
Finally, Gallery 8 and “The Room” present Pawan Gallery’s “Connective Strings of Resilience” project, which brings together several generations of Iranian artists and presents views of global perspectives through media.
Fivoise’s latest series of drawings titled “Year Five, Age 18” will be exhibited by Mondoir Gallery as it opens the doors of its new gallery in Dubai.
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