Look: DIFC transforms into incredible open-air Sculpture Park

The complete stretch of the park will feature 50 sculptures



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Photo by Shihab

By Web Desk

Published: Thu 3 Mar 2022, 10:29 PM

Last updated: Thu 3 Mar 2022, 11:11 PM

Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), is transforming into an open-air art gallery with the unveiling of DIFC Sculpture Park and bringing together a diverse portfolio of artists showcasing 65 works of art including sculptures and paintings.

The exhibition will remain open to the public until June 30, 2022.

Here's a look at some of the incredible piece of art open to the public and entry is free of charge.

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Photo by Shihab

Music entertainment at Harmony of Different Voices at DIFC sculpture park.

To enrich the Emirate’s thriving art scene the exhibition is aligned to supporting local and international artists who have contributed to the past, present and future of the nation.

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Photo by Shihab

Alberto by the artist Ana Dcasatro.

Some of these art, sculptures and paintings has also taken inspiration from Expo 2020 Dubai, portraying the cultural diversity and richness of UAE in the past 50 years.

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Photo by Shihab

Lightbox I by the artist Emre Namyeter.

All of the featured works of art have been carefully selected, and as diverse as it is, the sculptures and paintings complement each other to tell an inspiring story.

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Photo by Shihab
Photo by Shihab
Photo by Shihab

The picturesque walk and exhibition, spanning from Gate Building to Gate Avenue, will feature the work of renowned international artists from different backgrounds and nationalities.

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Photo by Shihab
Photo by Shihab
Photo by Shihab

Deer by the artist Kazim Karakaya displays.

The park offers a self-guided tour for visitors who can learn about each artwork at their own pace through informative labels.

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Photo by Shihab
Photo by Shihab
Photo by Shihab

Opus 185131 by the artist Anton Bakker.

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Photo by Shihab

Model and artist poses in front of the art Unwind by the artist Richard Hudson.

Richard Hudson’s Unwind, where the reflective services absorb their surroundings and encouraging visitors to engage with the space and immerse themselves in the artwork

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Photo by Shihab

Wim Delvoye’s Le Denicheurdes Aigles, which was made specifically for the Royal Museum of Fine Arts in Brussels.

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Photo by Shihab
Photo by Shihab
Photo by Shihab

Unwind by the artist Richard Hudson.

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Photo by Shihab

Works will be featured from well-established galleries such as Leila Heller Gallery, Firetti Gallery and AWC Gallery, as well from independent artists.

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Photo by Shihab
Photo by Shihab
Photo by Shihab

Sculpture 01 by the artist Mert Age Kose.

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Photo by Shihab

Pen by the artist Kemal Tufan.

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Photo by Shihab

Sculpture 02 by the artist Meet Ege Kose.

DIFC Sculpture Park is open to the public and entry is free of charge.


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