Juschka, and the Guild. In collaboration with the fair, the city is hosting its own “art week,” whose related events include “Old Master Paintings from the Rijksmuseum” at the Museum of Islamic art in Doha and special gallery tours. A local guide has been put together in collaboration with time out. Brand new to the fair this year is “Markers,” a section organized by Arnolfini curator NAV Haq and consisting of five “concept” level: Alexandria Contemporary Arts Forum (Alexandria), Grey Noise (Lahore), Liu Ding’s store (Beijing), and others. Contact information is here: New York Museums. So featured is “art Space for film Park,”an underground project, video and talks that is now in its fourth year. Organized by bidoun projects, art park boasts retrospectives of two Egyptian artists, video artist Sherif El-Azma and Wael Shawky. And art Dubai includes a nonprofit “Projects” section, which debuts a series of radio dispatches from artist studios, co-curated by the Iceland, as well as a live mural project on the theme of “labor” by Ali Chitsaz and Mounira Al Solh (in collaboration with her fictional character, Bassam Ramlawi).
For a complete list of projects, click here. Confirmed participants for this year’s global art Forum, a platform for cultural debates and panels chaired over lakes by Shumon Bazaar, Artforum’s editor-at-large include Jack Bankowsky, Documenta 13’s Chus Martinez, fashion designer Helmut Lang, Beijing-based art writer Philip Tinari and artist Francesco Vezzoli, among many others. The fair thus offers the world’s most generous art prize – the Abraaj capital art prize – which awards a total of $1 million to five artists from the MENASA region (Middle East North Africa South Asia), plus one international curator. This year’s winners are Hamra Abbas, Shezad Dawood, Jananne Al-Ani, Nadia Kaabi left and kind of eclectic. their winning works go on view at art Dubai. Applications for ACAP 2012 are now open, and the deadline for submissions is Apr. 30, 2011 please continue reading here: art worlds leading online magazines and decorative art online of so NEW YORK ASIA WEEK