Art Dubai’s 15th edition reaffirms the fair’s position as a globally unique marketplace and platform of discovery. Its 2022 edition will feature 102 galleries from over 40 countries across its Contemporary, Modern, Bawwaba and Digital sections.
For Art Dubai’s 15th edition, the fair’s gallery sections will drive meaningful engagement through the rich cultural heritage and contemporary art practices from the Middle East and extending to territories across the Asian and African continents as well as Latin America. From artworks and galleries hailing from across the Global South to museum-quality proposals by emerging artists, the event will return to Madinat Jumeirah from March 11th until 13th, 2021
Art Dubai will present over 100 galleries from more than 40 countries across four main gallery sections: Contemporary, Modern, Bawwaba and new section Art Dubai Digital.
Art Dubai Contemporary showcases galleries from around the world, ranging from emerging art scenes to established centres, presenting solo or group shows and offering new global perspectives to help cultivate a culture of discovery.
View the galleries in Contemporary here.
Art Dubai Modern features presentations by modern masters from the MENASA region. Featuring exceptional works by 20th century artists working in specific geo-historical contexts, the section aims to drive new narratives and connections across exhibited presentations and across time.
View the galleries in Modern here.
Bawwaba, meaning gateway in Arabic, serves as a portal to discovery of works created in the past year or specifically for the fair, offering visitors a curated reading of current artistic developments across wide geographical scopes across “The Global South”, via ambitious solo artist presentations.
View the galleries in Bawwaba here.
Art Dubai Digital
A new gallery section will feature several international platforms working with NFTs; contemporary galleries with projects devoted to new media and digital art; galleries that have been working with digital art since the 1980s; and NFT e-commerce sites and organisations that are turning existing physical art into NFTs.
View the galleries in Digital here.