Yesterday, Guggenheim Abu Dhabi revealed the names of the artists participating in its virtual program “In the Studio”, which aims to introduce Emirati artists and residents in Abu Dhabi, through a series of virtual visits and interviews organized in their art studios.
The program launched in its new version, yesterday, and continues until July 28, and provides the audience with an opportunity to get to know contemporary artists: Afra Al Dhaheri, Mays Al Beik and Samreen Mahra Agarwal, through a series of virtual visits to them, and broadcast live discussion sessions with them, which will be available for viewing and participation via the site. E-Culture for All, CulturAll.ae, and on the social networking pages of Abu Dhabi Culture.
In Studio aims to give emerging artists on the art scene in Abu Dhabi a platform to showcase their work and introduce their creative practices.
“The program is an essential part of our mission to support artists, as the program provides a platform and a forum for artistic, intellectual and cultural dialogue,” said Maysa Al Qasimi, Senior Director of the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi Project, noting that the new series explores, through virtual visits and a dialogue session, how artists succeeded in Abu Dhabi. in creating their own unique artistic identities.
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