From NFTs to unique art works: Be transported to the future at DIFC Art Nights tonight before it ends
Dubai, UAE, 25 March 2022: Bringing Dubai’s vibrant art scene to life at the Centre, the 13th edition of the popular bi-annual two-day DIFC Art Nights, inaugurated by DIFC’s senior management yesterday, will conclude tonight. Visitors and art enthusiasts can explore thought-provoking art works from well-established and emerging artists who have taken inspiration from the theme ‘The Future is Here’ at Gate Village tonight from 6pm onwards.
Exhibiting an exceptional number of sculptures, paintings and non-fungible tokens (NFTs), this edition of DIFC Art Nights aims at creating positive experiences in line with the future-focused theme for visitors.
From Artiana’s first NFT selling exhibition, The Mythical Metaverse, featuring the NFT artworks of prominent artist Sakti Burman, to Aether, a collection of unique NFTs on the fifth element of matter and one that occupies the world beyond our planet, designed by four conceptual artists, visitors can experience the best of digital artwork.
Nada Debs, the Levantine designer renowned for her ability to distil culture and craftsmanship, has a unique new collection of spiritual carpets aptly named ‘Transcendence’ that spark a dialogue on the inter-connectedness of faith on display at the event, and in collaboration with Zuleya by FBMI is supporting and engaging carpet weavers in Afghanistan.
Artezaar, who is hosting art workshops for children this evening, also displayed unique artworks by talented children.
Additionally, CareTechMENA, Al Manzil Center and Repton School Dubai are showcasing stunning artworks by children of determination around the themes of tolerance, unity and the future.
Join the event for a unique experience and to be inspired by local, regional, and global art in the Emirate’s vibrant urban destination. Admission is complimentary and visitors can attend from 6pm to 10pm tonight. For more details, please visit: DIFC Art Nights | Dubai International Financial Centre