The 2018 edition of the Abraaj Group Art Prize will mark its 10th anniversary. View a selection of pictorial highlights throughout the years.
Multi-media artist and Abraaj Group Art Prize 2011 winner Shezad Dawood works across film, painting and sculpture, and his practice often involves collaboration with different groups and individuals. Here he speaks about his latest work, a ten-part film cycle Leviathan.
Five dynamic bodies of work are on display in the Royal College of Art Show 2017 from the second cohort of graduating Abraaj Scholars: Rhine Bernardino, Pratik Ghosh, Sarsenbek Hazken, Santiago Reyes Villaveces and Andres Souto Villaros. Read more.
Curator and writer Myriam Ben Salah speaks about her background, relationship with artists and curatorial practice, and offers a glimpse on what we can expect for the upcoming edition of the Prize and exhibition.
Art Dubai spoke to Omar Berrada, curator of the 2017 Abraaj Group Art Prize, who shared his thoughts on the value of the Prize, the importance of touring art, and the the process of selecting a winning proposal.
Artist Rana Begum gives an overview of her artistic practice, and reveals her personal aspirations for the Abraaj Group Art Prize 2017. Begum’s ambitious new commission will be unveiled to the public at Art Dubai on 15 March 2017.
The Abraaj Group announced today the curator, winning artist and shortlisted artists for the ninth Abraaj Group Art Prize. The 2017 winning artist is Rana Begum.
The Abraaj Group and the Royal College of Art are pleased to welcome five new Abraaj RCA Innovation Scholars for the 2016/17 academic year.
The Abraaj Group Art Prize, now in its ninth year, is the most significant art prize for the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia region. The winning artist receives $100,000 to produce a major new work, to be revealed at Art Dubai 2017.
After winning the Abraaj Group Art Prize in 2011, Nadia Kaabi-Linke has gone on to have solo shows globally. In an interview with Art Dubai, Kaabi-Linke spoke about the exhibition, and what the last five years have been like for her since winning the Prize in 2011.