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Hassan Sharif: I Am The Single Work Artist

4 November 2017
Sharjah Art Foundation, SAF Art Spaces Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

This looks sure to be one of the highlights of the UAE's art season – a landmark retrospective for one of the pioneers of conceptual art and experimental practice in the Middle East, in the making for several years and covering Sharif’s diverse body of work from the early 1970s to his untimely death in 2016. The exhibition […]

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LAST CHANCE Enoc Perez: The Desert Bloom

4 November 2017
Leila Heller Gallery Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Noted for his persistent portrayal of the international style in the built environment – landscape in the form of portraiture, modernism in the form of memory – Perez here applies his unique technical evolution of painting and printmaking to architecture of the Near East. He looks to the formal contours of the Sheikh Zayed Mosque […]

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Blue Cave Urban Art Festival

2 November 2017 @ 2.00 pm - 4 November 2017 @ 10.00 pm
d3, Dubai Design District

This new event offers three days of art, music, live paintings, art installations, arts & photography exhibitions and workshops at d3 from 2 to 4 November. It promises “all the best creatives in the region”, which seems somewhat OTT. There's a full schedule here, and there are certainly some very cool names on the roster: […]

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4.00 pm

Literaturhaus at Nadi: Raha Moharrak in conversation with Sophie Le Ray

4 November 2017 @ 4.00 pm - 5.00 pm
Nadi Al Quoz, Alserkal Avenue
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

In 2013 Raha Moharrak made history by becoming the youngest Arab and first Saudi Arabian woman to summit Everest. In this talk, she discusses motivation and the writing of her current book For All Us Dreamers. In a recent interview she said: “The craziest goal I have ever set for myself is writing a book. […]

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7.30 pm

The Stores Are Now Open

4 November 2017 @ 7.30 pm - 9.00 pm
Emirates Writer’s Union, 1st Floor, The National Theatre, 17th Street
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
AED 50

The Stores Are Now Open is described as “a psychological probe into the universal concepts of marriage and materialism”. The marriage is the union of Murad and Lamis; he’s unemployed, she is tired of being the sole earner, and the marriage is on the rocks. To provide grounds for a divorce she persuades a maid […]

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