Dubai is known by many as a world class destination of year round sunshine and luxury hospitality. However, Dubai has other facets too. It also has a plethora of exciting activities to offer and is fast establishing itself as a place that is ready to cater to a variety of different tastes. Now, art aficionados from around the world have all the reason to smile. Art Dubai has announced that its fifth edition Art Dubai 2011 is going to be held from 16 to 19 March 2011, where displays by more than 75 renowned and upcoming galleries will be featured from over 30 countries in the Middle East, Asia, Europe and the Americas. With the availability of Discounted Business Airfares to Dubai and the arrival of Cheap Business Flights to Dubai
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Galleries participating in Art Dubai 2011 that are returning from previous years include Frey Norris (USA), Chemould Prescott Road (India), Chantal Crousel (France), Athr Gallery (Saudi Arabia), and The Third Line (UAE). While, the first-time participants in the fair include Goodman Gallery (South Africa), Pilar Corrias Gallery (UK), Marianne Boesky (USA), Galerie Balice Hertling (France), Chatterjee & Lal (India), L’Atelier 21 (Morocco) and Rodeo (Turkey). The highlights of the fair includes a rich programme of performative tours, installations, film screenings, radio dispatches; a museum quality exhibition presented by Van Cleef & Arpels; and the unveiling of artworks by this year’s recipients of the Abraaj Capital Art Prize.
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will be introduced to Art Dubai Live, an online platform to be launched at the close of the physical fair, enabling an even wider and more diverse group of collectors, media and visitors to participate.