Wusum Gallery, a grassroots creative space founded by an art historian duo, aims to improve Qatar-based artists’ access to global art markets.
Saudi artist Mohammad Alfaraj’s nature-inspired installations draw on his childhood in Al-Ahsa and stories from the oasis town.
Without the formation of private art institutions in Saudi Arabia, the kingdom’s cultural scene would not be where it is today.
In 2030, Riyadh has the opportunity to offer something radically different that will leave a lasting legacy for the world.
Gulf women, with their own sentimental style blending elements of the East and West, are helping opera draw larger Gulf audiences.
Gulf creative communities turn to their crafts to reimagine sustainability in the region.
Anonymous Saudi-born and raised artist RexChouk has captured the attention of viewers worldwide with his humorous depictions of everyday life in the kingdom.
Mahshahr-based SARAI Gallery supports emerging artists from around Iran and Southwest Asia through various curatorial initiatives and attendance at art fairs spanning the globe.
Through its Modern Heritage Initiative, Abu Dhabi has set itself apart from other urban centers in the UAE and region.
Through its careful examination of the forces shaping the evolution of Gulf societies and the new generation of emerging leaders, AGSIW facilitates a richer understanding of the role the countries in this key geostrategic region can be expected to play in the 21st century.Learn More