The 10th edition of DIFC Art Nights returns to Dubai this week. It will be held at the financial centre this week from November 17-18 and will attract artists, collectors, enthusiasts and galleries scoping the region’s emerging talent.
The individual artists whose work will be on display include Amanda Ovington, whose three pieces will touch upon the subject of environmental sustainability and the degenerating impact that humans have on nature.
Some of the other top artists who will be participating include Rany Melad’s mosaic painting, and Artezaar who, like Ovington’s work, will also focus on earth and sustainability.
DIFC Art Nights will also include a Legacy Art platform for emerging art and artists from around the world to have a dedicated space to show their alongside established names.
With 2020 being a year when the arts and culture sector, like most other sectors, have been impacted by pandemic, DIFC Art Nights pave the way for the return to a semblance of normalcy on the art scene. And, as always, there’s always the hope that art imitates real life.