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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF ARTDUBAI
42.5% of artdubai's followers are female and 57.5% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.30%. The average number of likes per post is 697 and the average number of comments is 10.
Artdubai loves posting about Art, Visualizations, Painting.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR ARTDUBAI
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF ARTDUBAI
- Art & Design 60.86 %
- Photography 58.36 %
- Travel & Tourism 52.34 %
- Beauty & Fashion 52.33 %
- Luxury Goods 44.35 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 41.09 %
- Books and Literature 40.14 %
- How-to & Style 38.94 %
- Home & Garden 38.71 %
- Technology & Science 38.56 %
- Business & Careers 34.70 %
#OPENCALL | The third edition of Art Jameel Commissions is calling for proposals for digital projects that create interactive experiences for online audiences. The 2020 Art Jameel Commissions: Digital focuses on the theme of ‘Time’ – thinking through how our usual concept of time has been challenged by technology and circumstance, and even at times appeared to be cancelled, lost or frozen. Art Jameel Commissions: Digital will grant the awardee a prize of USD 7,500, in addition to technical mentorship, curatorial and production support. The winning submission will be decided by a jury including media artist Jenna Sutela; Ben Vickers, publisher, and Chief Technology Officer, Serpentine Galleries and Nadim Samman, Curator for the Digital Sphere at KW Institute for Contemporary Art. The open call is now open and runs until Wednesday, June 10, 2020. Follow the link in our bio for more information. @jameelartcentre @art_jameel @nadim.samman @jennasutela @serpentineuk @kwinstitutefcontemporaryart #ArtJameel #JameelArtsCentre #Commissions #ArtJameelCommission #Digital #Times #Contemporaryart #opencall #digitalart #supportthearts #ArtDubai #Dubai
The Arabic language has no direct equivalent to arabesque, a term Europeans invented about 500 years ago to describe works “in the Arab style,” many of which were made by Westerners. Artist Rayyane Tabet highlights this linguistic asymmetry—and the historical-political asymmetries that it reflects—in his exhibition, 'Arabesque' at Storefront for Art and Architecture in New York. Tabet’s work travels between languages, cultures, and epochs. This spectacle of improvised translation is a clever way of showing how artificial, and central, the concept of arabesque has always been in Euro-American theories and practices of ornament. There is no timeless “Arab style” outside the Western imagination. Tabet is represented by Sfeir Semler Gallery. #RayyaneTabet #Storefront #NewYork @sfeirsemlergallery
Seroj Barseghian, who is represented by Dastan's Basement, is one of a number of artists being shown by Iranian galleries in Art Dubai's 2020 online catalogue. Khak, Mohsen, and Dastan’s Basement are participating in this year's event. Follow the link in our bio to see more works. @khak_art_gallery @mohsengallery @dastansbasement @seroj.barseghian #ArtDubai #Dubai #Iran #SerojBarseghian #OnlineCatalogue
Born in Paris and raised in Istanbul, Sarp Kerem Yavuz is a visual artist working primarily with photography, light projection, and video. His works explore various aspects of gender, politics, religion, and violence. In 2013, he became the youngest artist to exhibit and be included in the permanent collection of the Istanbul Modern Museum and his works are also included in the permanent collections of the CICA Museum in South Korea, the Norton Museum in Florida, USA, and the Soho House Collection in Istanbul and New York. The artist currently lives and works between Chicago and Istanbul and is represented by Anna Laudel (Istanbul). Pictured: Sarp Kerem Yavuz, Katmer Hatun, 2019, courtesy: Anna Laudel. #ArtDubai #Dubai #Istanbul #SarpKeremYavuz #Paris #Istanbul #IstanbulModern #Contemporaryart #onlinecatalogue @annalaudel.gallery @sarpkeremyavuz
The ArtTactic 2020 South Asia Special Report on Art and Philanthropy, in partnership with Art Dubai, is available to download now (link in bio). The report maps out the funding eco-system for the visual arts sector, and innovative and sustainable philanthropic activities in South Asia across private, corporate and artist-led platforms, and includes etymological reasoning of why philanthropy matters now more than ever, with Art Dubai's International Director Chloe Vaitsou, as well as an in-depth look at why art matters with Tarana Sawhney. Image: Harbouring Hope (2020) by Kashmira Sarode. Photo by Pranav Gohel. The first mural made for the Kannagi Art District in dedication to the residents of Kannagi Nagar, Chennai. Courtesy of St+Art India Foundation #artdubai #dubai #artandphilanthropy #southasia #philanthropy @arttactic @chloevaitsou @tarana.sawhney @pranavgohill @ranga_prasad_ @startindia @kashmira_sarode
Tania Candiani is an interdisciplinary artist who often employs textiles within her work as a narrative resource to consider histories of technology and labor. Living in Mexico City, Candiani’s artistic practice spans sculpture, sound, film and performance to examine innovations of the past and present. Often responding to specific sites and local histories, she reanimates forgotten narratives, protagonists, and material traditions in order to honor the human labor invested in social change, and to poetically call for a more just and inclusive future. For the past two decades, she has focused on examining the breakthroughs and failures of dominant cultural, economic, scientific, and technological structures. Whether commenting on US-Mexico border law, gender inequality, scientific theory, or workers’ rights, she creates objects and actions that provoke empathy, critical nostalgia, and reflection on the commodification of time, land, and labor. Candiani is represented by Vermhelo Gallery and is part of the Art Dubai 2020 Bawabba section - click on the link in our bio to see more works by the artist. Pictured: Tania Candiani, Sobre el tiempo [About Time], 2008-2010. #ArtDubai #Dubai #Bawabba #TaniaCandiani #Mexico #Onlinecatalogue #Digital #Time @galeriavermelho @tcandiani
Ranbir Kaleka is a contemporary Indian multi-media artist based in New Delhi. His paintings are surrealistic and often permeated with the enigmatic, the narratives being open to interpretation. A cinema buff, Kaleka has, over the years, combined his love for still images and paintings with cinema in his video installations. Initially trained as a painter, his work has increasingly animated two-dimensional canvases within experimental film narrative sequences and has been exhibited in a range of major international gallery and museum venues. Kaleka is represented by Vadehra Art Gallery in the Bawabba section at Art Dubai. Bawwaba, meaning gateway in Arabic, serves as a portal to the discovery of works created in the past year, offering visitors a curated reading of current artistic developments across wide geographical scopes across “The Global South”, via ambitious solo artist presentations. Pictured: Ranbir Kaleka, 'Guardians of a Dystopic Garden', 2020, Vadehra Art Gallery. #ArtDubai #Dubai #Bawwaba #RanbirKaleka #NewDelhi #Paintings #Cinema #OnlineCatalogue #Digital #Contemporaryart @vadehraartgallery
Congratulations to Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde who are celebrating their tenth anniversary. One of the gallery's earliest exhibitions was a show by the Iranian artist Ramin Haerizadeh, 'I’ll Huff and I’ll Puff'. Haerizadeh created a range of new collages submerged in subtle humorous truths that remain his hallmark today. Haerizadeh is currently exhibiting as part of Nirin: The 22 Biennale of Sydney and works by the artist can be seen as part of Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde's selection in Art Dubai's 2020 Online Catalogue - follow the link in our bio for more. The gallery will be presenting a series of posts celebrating #10yearsofIVDE in which their artists look back on their practice throughout the years, so keep an eye out. Pictured: Ramin Haerizadeh, Crown Plaza, 2010. #ArtDubai #Dubai #RaminHaerizadeh #10yearsofivde #Iran #Iranianartist #Contemporaryart #Contemporaryartist #Nirin #SydneyBiennale @galleryivde @biennalesydney
Peruvian artist Elena Damiani explores conundrums and dualities in her work. Dialectics of fact/fiction, past/present, and virtual/real continuously materialize, with the core duality in the artist's work being the personal and the collective. Damiani (b.1979) was raised in Lima, Peru, a city rich in geological history and for the past decade, she has transformed geological, archeological and cartographical materials into collages, sculptures, and installations. At the beginning of her career, Damiani was insistent that her work shy away from the personal, but after living in London for seven years and collecting a library of national and geological atlases, and celestial cartographies, every Thursday at Spitalfields Market, she realized her work was very personal in nature, but that through this, a collective experience opens up. Damiani is represented Revolver Galeria, in the Bawabba section at Art Dubai 2020. See more works by the artist in our online catalogue (link in bio). Pictured by: Elena Damiani, South and North Polar Regions II, 2019 [detail]. #ArtDubai #Dubai #Bawabba #ElenaDamiani #Cartography #dualities #atlases #northpole #southpole #onlinecartography #digital #peru #lima #london #spitalfieldmarkets @revolvergaleria @elena.damiani
Jamil Naqsh (1939-2019) was a British Pakistani painter. Born in India, Naqsh moved to Karachi, Pakistan in 1947 and enrolled at the National College Art, Lahore, but left after two years to study art on his own. For Naqsh experiences, not qualifications, are what is important to being an artist. Thus, he began a self-education by undergoing training in styles of miniature painting under the eye of Ustad Mohammad Sharif. Though his style of painting does not directly reflect these traditions, the miniature's emphasis on the dominance of line became integral to his work regardless of style or subject. Naqsh’s mature style is a blend of cubism, tempered with subtle use of colour. Until his passing, Naqsh lived and worked in London, and was considered the only living modern artist from Pakistan. Pictured: Jamil Naqsh, Untitled (Face and Pigeon), 2004, courtesy: Eye For Art. See more works by Naqsh in Art Dubai's online catalogue (link in bio). #ArtDubai #Dubai #JamilNaqsh #Britain #Pakistan #Lahore #Karachi #Modernist #Miniaturepaintings #Cubism #Modernart #Pakistaniartist #Digital #Onlinecatalogue @eyeforartofficial
Born in Karachi, Pakistan in 1935, and trained as a civil engineer, Rasheed Araeen eventually turned to art as a profession. He began his artistic career in 1953, pioneering the concept of making sculpture by burning and transforming an object from one material (or form) to another. After establishing himself in Karachi, he left for London in 1964 (where he presently resides). In 1965, he developed minimalist sculpture, representing what is arguably the only Minimalism in Britain. After being active in several groups for democracy and human rights, he began to write in 1975 and published his own art journals. In 2011, he developed a project that generated a comprehensive history of art in postwar Britain, which included artists from all cultures who contributed within this period. Araeen is represented by Aicon Art Gallery, and you can view more works by the artist in the Art Dubai 2020 Online Catalogue (link in bio). Pictured: Rasheed Araeen, HA1, 2017. #rasheedaraeen #artdubai #aiconart #contemporaryart #artfair #onlinefair #aicongallery #southasianart #artdubai #dubai #onlinecatalogue @aicongallery #minimalism #pakistan #london
#opencall | the Art Jameel Research and Practice Platform is a new rapid-response scheme offering artists support through the allocation of micro-fees towards their ongoing or new projects. . Calling all artists, writers, curators and researchers based in the Middle East and North Africa to apply from today via a simple web form, with deadlines of April 10, April 30 and June 7. . Designed to cushion the impact of COVID-19 on independent artists and creatives, the @art_jameel Research and Practice Platform offers micro-fees (of up to $3000) to 50 practitioners developing existing work; embarking on new projects from home; or adapting practices and ways of working to the current environment. For more information on how to apply, follow the link in our bio. . Image: Courtesy of @nadiachri. Photo by @brentgalotera #artjameel #artdubai #dubai #artistsupport #middleeast #northafrica
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