In a city known for its rich cultural heritage, its newest art house is opening its doors to the public in Jeddah in honor of a tradition that has spanned generations and continents.
A 12th-century candlestick broke the record for an Islamic piece at Sotheby's after it was sold as part of the Art of the Islamic World and India auction this week.
A large planet-like circular form dappled with what appear to be craters and a few black dots changes constantly in front of the viewer’s eyes.
After being held virtually in 2020, Abu Dhabi Art is returning this year with a physical event at the capital city’s Manarat Al-Saadiyat.
The book fits all age groups but primarily caters to an older audience as some stories have dark themes
All tickets for the “Kings of the Sun” exhibition in Prague have been sold out until June 6
Christie’s Paris - 16 June 2021, 5 pm
Tarek Al-Ghoussein has an ability to immerse himself in projects that require commitment over an extended period of time.
A French documentary film revealed that the most expensive painting in the world, "Salvatore Mundi", was not entirely Leonardo da Vinci's work, and it raised the curtain on a diplomatic conflict between France and the Saudi owner of the painting.
The gallery's name takes inspiration from Bahrain being the first Gulf nation to strike oil
Christie’s Impressionist and Modern Art auction in Paris is set to present works by two renowned Egyptian artists, Mohammed and Effat Naghi in April.
Annie Vartivarian's not-for-profit will be both a pop-up gallery and a digital platform for artists and designers.
The fair is staging a physical and virtual edition at Christie’s Paris this week
Here are some highlights from Nabil Anani’s ‘In Pursuit of Utopia,’ at Zawyeh Gallery in Dubai until April 29
Loss of hearing has not stifled the creativity of Saudi painter Nujood Al-Otaibi, now looking forward to her first solo exhibition.
The Saudi Ministry of Culture is about to launch the 2nd edition of an art residency in the picturesque Al-Balad in Jeddah for 2021-2022.
This holiday season, a Lebanese architect created a regional twist by crafting painted metal decorations for the traditional buildings that line Beirut's streets.
Marie-Noëlle Fattal’s photo exhibition will start on December 17th at BEYt Mar Mikhaël.
The Middle Eastern art scene has been showcasing some of the world’s most infamous paintings and digitalized immersive experiences by the likes of Van Gogh, and once again, the UAE is bringing two of the world’s highest valued paintings.
Scottish designer Phoenix Instinct has developed a lightweight wheelchair with a movable axle position that automatically adjusts the chair's center of gravity to stop overbalancing.
The Lebanese painter discusses one of her pieces from a group exhibition being shown online by Mark Hachem Gallery until November 28.