Original Picasso and Warhol works on show in Dubai

See a number of original, limited-time-only pieces from legendary artists in town this month

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Some world-famous pieces of art are heading to Dubai for a one-off exhibition at one of the city’s exclusive private members clubs.

On Saturday March 14, members will be able to head to the Capital Club Dubai in DIFC and see, first-hand, some stunning pieces created by the greatest artists ever to have graced the planet – Pablo Picasso, and Andy Warhol, as well as Cypriot street artist Paparazzi.

Taking place on the newly renovated 4th floor of the members club, you’ll be able to see four original pop art prints of Marilyn Monroe by Andy Warhol, as well as three Picasso prints and the We Are All Human exhibition by Paparazzi.

The exhibition is designed to “bring together individuals from all walks of life, spanning multiple millennia, who have had a positive effect on humanity,” according to the organisers.

The viewings are by appointment only, so if you’d like to see the pieces in real life, contact the Capital Club directly on 04 364 0111 or by emailing member.services@capitalclubdubai.com.

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Sat Mar 14, open noon-midnight (timings vary). Capital Club Dubai, DIFC, www.capitalclubdubai.com (04 364 0111).

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