20TH SEPTEMBER - 20TH OCTOBER 2018
5/6 By Ahmed Almaadheed
This exhibition runs under the theme 5/6, a date that symbolizes a turning point in the history of Qatar that transformed the country into an unprecedented progress nationally and internationally.
5/6 features a unique set of exciting art collection with more than 48 paintings, 6 unique pieces of art, and an interactive viewing section to satisfy the visitor’s curiosity and passion for art. This year’s gallery features a unique set of exciting art collection with more than 48 paintings, 6 unique pieces of art, and an interactive viewing section to satisfy the visitor’s curiosity and passion for art.
EXHIBITION 17TH APRIL - 7TH MAY 2018
TRANSITION IN UNKNOWN TERRITORY; PANIC ARCHITECTURE
by LEEKYUNG KANG
The invisible process of digital printing system makes me rethink about the intangible materiality in real time. Because of appearances of glitches in virtual navigation, and graphical languages from digital drawing, I am able to discover temporal failures and errors that are reflecting the process of mechanical reproduction, and I am facinated with the uncanny aesthetic. The co-existence 2D and 3D worlds disorients me profoundly.
IAD EXHIBITION 24th MARCH - 9th April 2018
“IAD exhibition “Emotions” undertakes the journey into the inner worlds of ourselves. Reflections, energies and feelings are brought out to the open, the artist thus becoming an interpreter between the inside and outside worlds.”
EXHIBITION 20th FEBRUARY - 19th MARCH
PERSPECTIVES-CONTEMPORARY WOMEN ARAB ARTISTS
An impressive selection of artworks by 11 female Arab artist by al markhiya gallery. Discover them at Art 29
EXHIBITION 16TH DECEMBER - 31ST JANUARY
"EXPLORING EXPRESSION" BY FAHAD AL OBAIDLY
Searching for an escape from the artificial and conventional, Fahad uses color and exaggerated figures to express the perception of his reality. Fahad's artwork moved him away from his constraints to a world free from boundaries and full of infinite belonging.
EXHIBITION 22nd OF NOVEMBER - 6th OF DECEMBER
"14" BY VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY QATAR
This exhibition is a collection of art works created by 14 artists from Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar. These artists have different research directions and artistic styles. The work reflects individual identities and frames several years of research and creative practice. Each of the artists’ conceptual and aesthetic backgrounds are represented in their work, and the contrast between practices manifests itself throughout the way visual language is used.
EXHIBITION 22nd OF OCTOBER - 16th OF NOVEMBER
R.E.M BY LULU M
An emotionally driven artist, Lulu M finds herself quite literally dreaming about her work. Without doubt, she will delve into the process and rhythm of creating her pieces. Guided, inspired or merely experimenting with new materials and techniques the results are astonishing.
EXHIBITION 8 OCTOBER - 18 OCTOBER 2017
SEE MY DOHA
The ‘SeeMyDoha’ photography competition is an offshoot of ‘SeeMyCity’ and has been adopted by Jaidah Automotive as the way forward to its annual photography contest.
EXHIBITION 1 JULY - 30 SEPTEMBER 2017
TAMIM THE GLORIOUS BY AHMED ALMAADHEED
Ahmed Almaadheed, a profound contemporary Qatari artist who has gained nationwide & international recognition for his artworks
EXHIBITION 25 MAY - 22 JUNE 2017
The exhibition showcases paintings by artist Abdulwahed Al-Mawlawi, works that portray local artistic expression spanning from the late 1990’s to 2002. He mainly focused on recording and documenting local heritage and cultural traditions.
EXHIBITION 25th APRIL-20th MAY 2017
‘CURRENTS’ BY EMERGEAST
For the first time in Doha, 'Currents' by EMERGEAST, will see an unprecedented all female exhibition by artists from all corners of the Middle East. The collection will highlight the flow of a cross-cultural dialogue with concrete parallels.
EXHIBITION 20th MARCH - 26th MARCH 2017
SHIFTING SPACES & FORGOTTEN WALLS
“Shifting Spaces & Forgotten Walls” showcases photographs and videos that portray the myriad small businesses of Al Shagab Street in Qatar’s atmospheric Old Al Rayyan Area. The initiative, which was spearheaded by a group of graphic design students and faculty from Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar, was conceived in an attempt to engage with the wider community and build bridges between two diverse worlds.