Dubai’s Alserkal Avenue reopens with social distancing guidelines

With new exhibitions and more opening its doors

Dubai’s Alserkal Avenue reopens with social distancing guidelines

Dubai’s art and culture hub has now officially reopened, with new social distancing guidelines put in place for safety.

Now open daily from noon until midnight, Alserkal Avenue will be gradually opening each of its creative concepts, with current galleries including the A4 Space, Gulf Photo Plus, Grey Noise, The Nightjar and more.

Visitors will need to use the entrance on Street 6A, and head through Warehouse 82 for a temperature check before entering Alserkal Avenue. Visitors can stay for a maximum of three hours.

Alserkal Avenue’s Cinema Akil and has also reopened its doors, with screenings staking place from Tuesdays to Fridays. Find out more here.

The art space has also recently launched a new virtual art exhibition, explore Japanese culture through a virtual group show Chi-ka.

The exhibition will showcase stunning shots and visuals that have won the Japan Photo Award, making Japanese photographers known throughout the international art photography community. You can check it out by heading to

Along with this, Dubai’s Jameel Arts Centre has reopened, with all-new solo exhibitions to explore. Find out more right here.

For more artsy things to do around Dubai, we’ve got you covered right here.
Open daily noon-midnight. Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz, (04 333 3464).

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