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PHOTO GALLERY: Exclusive sneak peak into Art Dubai (part 3)


Zahoor ul Akhlaque, Untitled (Butoh Series), 1994, Courtesy of ArtChowk
Rashid Alkhalifa, Metamorphosis VI, 1997, Albareh Art Gallery
Nabil Nahas, Untitled, 1979, Courtesy of Lawrie Shabibi
Michel Basbous, Untitled, 1974, Courtesy of Agial Art Gallery
M. F. Husain, Three Donkeys, 1971, Courtesy of Aicon Gallery
Huguette Caland, Sans titre, 1964, Courtesy of Galerie Janine Rubeiz
Hamed Abdalla, Al Nadam, 1968, Courtesy of Karim Francis
Baya, Femme Ö la robe rose, 1945, Elmarsa
Ardeshir Mohasses, Untitled,, 1988, Ardeshir Mohasses Trust
Anwar Shemza, Square Composition 2, 1963, Courtesy of Jhaveri Contemporary
Adam Henein, In the Moonlight, 1955, Courtesy of Karim Francis
Abdulkader Al Rais, Past and the Future, 1989, Courtesy of the artist
(3R+2B)SW, Rasheed Araeen, 1971, Courtesy of Grosvenor Gallery
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Ahram Online exclusively releases four curated photo galleries, one each week until Art Dubai launches, of the art works featured this year

Art Dubai, the region's largest and most iconic art fair running from 19 to 22 March, has given Ahram Online a number of photos of the artworks to be featued in this year's edition.

The galleries will be released on a weekly basis, with this week's showing works from the modern hall.

Art Dubai’s contemporary halls display a diverse selection of over 70 galleries, from the world’s most established to dynamic young artspaces across 30 countries. The fair features painting, sculpture, installation, photography and video by more than 500 artists.

Read more on this year's Art Dubai here.

View last weeks' galleries here and here.

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