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PHOTO GALLERY: Exclusive sneak peak into Art Dubai (part 2)


Zoi Gaitanidou, Trigger (detail view), 2013, Courtesy The Breeder, Athens Mona
Yeesookyung, Translated Vase, 2009, Courtesy Of Ota Fine Arts
William Kentridge, Aegyptus Inferior, 2008, Courtesy of Marian Goodman Gallery.
Susan Hefuna, Untitled, 2008, Courtesy of Pi Artworks
Rashid Rana, Stillness of Life, 2013, Courtesy of Chatterjee & Lal
Pascal Hachem, 'Each One Of Us Is A Future Dictator, 2013, Selma Feriani Gallery Art
Nnenna Okore, Baggage, 2008, Courtesy of Omenka Gallery
Monir Farmanfarmaian, Recollections 2, 2008, Courtesy of Rose Issa Projects
Marina Abramovic, Ecstasy II (A) (from the series Wi), 2012, Courtesy Marina Abramovic
Jitish Kallat, Syzygy (The Cloud Bearer's Rotation), 2013, Courtesy Galerie Daniel Templon
James Clar, One Sun, Two Times, 2013, Courtesy of Carroll Fletcher
Hicham Benohoud, La salle de classe, 1994, Courtesy of L'Atelier
Gert & Uwe Tobias, Untitled (GUT H 2209 02), 2013, Courtesy of Galerie Rodolphe Jansse
Aslan Gaisumov, Untitled (War), 2011, Courtesy of the artist and Pechersk
Alcaide_intrusion11 (Courtesy: Baro Galeria)
Feb
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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 more works from the contemporary 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 week's gallery here.

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