Dubai's Alserkal Avenue to launch new digital platform

Discover new art exhibitions with 360-degree views and meet the artists

Dubai’s Alserkal Avenue to launch new digital platform

For the artists of Dubai that are looking out for the a new way to explore exciting new art exhibitions but are unable to get out and about at the moment, don’t fret, as you check them out right in your very home.

In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, art hub Alserkal Avenue is set to launch a new digital platform for art-lovers to discover its art exhibitions and meet the artists, makers and creative minds online.

Set to launch today (Monday March 23) from 7pm onwards, the online platform boasts 15 new exhibitions to discover with 360-degree views, more than 80 artists and more than 300 artworks to admire.

To kick it all off, art enthusiasts can check out all the new exhibitions by Alserkal Avenue’s contemporary art galleries, along with 360-views of each space, a video from the gallerist, information about the artist, and links to more information on Artsy, partner of the Alserkal Art Week Online.

As for what to expect, there’s the 1x1 Gallery show the ‘Tapestries of Fading Gardens’ group show, the Alserkal Art Foundation ‘New Waves: Mohamed Melehi’ and the Casablanca Art School Archives show, along with CHI-KA’s new Japan photography exhibit.

You can check it all out yourself by heading to It’s an ongoing online platform, s check back regularly for new artsy projects to ogle at.

For more museums to discover and explore to get your fix of culture in Dubai, check out these virtual tours.

For more on what to do in Dubai while staying indoors, including paint parties and home workouts, click here.

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