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3dmax Sweep-Profile Shapes vol.1 34As the third major event in our series on contemporary art and architecture in the Middle East, we have teamed up with the Albert R. Broekman and Kowankian Gallery at the Association of Art Museum Directors in association with Art Dubai to bring the very first thematic exhibition on “Arts of the Middle East” to Dubai. This landmark exhibition, the first of its kind on the region, is the first to define “art of the region” in the 21st century.
The Albert R. Broekman and Kowankian Gallery is located on Sheikh Zayed Road, in the heart of the city’s commercial district. The gallery is housed in a stately Mediterranean Revival style building with red-tile roof that was originally constructed as the home of the late R. T. Morgan, one of the fathers of Dubai. It is a perfect venue for an exhibition like this, and we are happy to have found a partner in the Gallery that shares our values, vision and ambition for the region.
Gianfranco Ravasi, President of the Association of Art Museum Directors, talks to Nazanin Zarnegar in Dubai.
Besides the works of Middle Eastern artists, alongside works by international artists, this exhibition will present and investigate the presence of contemporary art on the local scene in the Middle East. A number of local art institutions, including the Alliance Francaise, Ali Foroughi Institute, Cairo Contemporary Art Centre, Damascus Art Gallery, Inshah Gallery, Dubai Design District, Dubai Museum of the Humanities, Dubai Museum of Arts, FAUAE, Greengold Art Gallery, Ibn Battuta Art Center, Institute of Fine Arts in Marrakesh, Leila Heller Art Centre, Museum of Islamic