Wild animal photography exhibition comes to Dubai

The Tiger Trails will be displayed at Fine Art Gallery in Al Quoz

We like our culture fix to be a bit on the wild side, and this photography exhibition is right up our alley.

Paws Trails Explorers wildlife photography group is putting on The Tiger Trails exhibition in Al Quoz to highlight the raw beauty of the magnificent creatures.

The exhibition starts on Thursday August 30 until Sunday September 2 at Fine Art Gallery in Al Quoz and will showcase the work of 21 talented wildlife photographers.

The participating photographers include Hussain A Nalwala, Surendran Chokkalingam, Vipin Sharma, Shyam Bhagra, Moni Mehaboob, Dhritiman Mukherjee, Nistar PS, Mona Patel, Hira Punjabi, Rohit Varma, Rajesh Pereira, Nimit Virdi, Nitin Michael, Akhil Vinayak Menon, Nisha Purushothaman, Hermis Haridas, Anjan Lal, Raghavendra Joshi, Prasanna Venkatesh, Shan balasubraminiyam and Thomas George.

“PT Explorers comprises of passionate regional and international photographers,” said Hermis Haridas, co-founder of Paws Trails Explorers. “It’s our mission to spread awareness about the wildlife and also to showcase talented works of photographers to support that intention.”

Fellow co-founder Nisha Pururshothaman added, “One of the main aims of our exhibition is to support nature and wildlife conservation through capturing the sheer splendour of these incredible tigers.

“We believe that a picture can express a thousand words and this is how we communicate to wild life and nature lovers in the UAE.”

The exhibition is free to enter but only runs for three days, so get down there quick.

Free. Thu Aug 30 7pm-8pm; Fri Aug 31-Sun Sep 2, 10am-8pm. Fine Art Gallery, Al Quoz (055 521 5315).

It's a first international outlet for L'artisan Du Burger

Soho Garden to host one-off nights with seven famous London bars this season

Summer package includes 50 percent off room rates, complimentary breakfast and more

We pick out ten Dubai bars that are perfect for a bit of romance

Here are 40 of the latest openings in town, from clubs and bars to gyms and museums

Why we need to start taking Annie Starke seriously


Follow us