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The must-see neighborhoods for art lovers! 1- Alserkal Avenue Alserkal Avenue is a renowned cultural district of contemporary art galleries in Dubai. Spread across 500,000 square feet, Alserkal Avenue is a vibrant community of visual and performing arts organisations, designers, and artisanal spaces. If you are looking for an atypical place, that moves, and if you are an art lover, you will find your happiness and even more among the secrets that this surprising place contains. Stroll from warehouse to warehouse, dare to push open the imposing doors that present themselves to you and explore for a day what this neighborhood has to offer. 2- Dubai Design District Dubai Design District is an upscale and avant-garde district, known for its international fashion and design festivals, as well as for its chic galleries exhibiting the work of promising designers and artists. It really has its own beating heart, its own spirit and its own very personal style.

View on The Making of Husband: Christina Ramberg in dialogue exhibition! Highly stylized, simplified, yet warped and bizarre, Christina Ramberg’s works depicting corsets—now exhibited at KW Institute for Contemporary Art—are symbolic and evocative of control, regulation and the influence of social conventions in shaping identity. Ramberg, a leading presence in the Chicago Imagists, was active within the creative community from the 1960s up until the mid-1990s. The title of the show, ‘The Making of Husbands: Christian Ramberg in Dialogue,’ refers to the BBC film ‘Husbands’ by John Cassavetes, which explored the construction of gender performance, seeking to reveal the contrived nature of stereotypical, normative roles such as ‘the husband.’ Through the dialogue between Ramberg, the additional exhibited artists and the space itself, the interdependence between the body and the world around it is articulated, as they explore how hegemonic social norms are re-inscribed in daily rituals.

Outdoor Art! 1- Bungle Bungle, helicopter view Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its outstanding natural beauty, Purnululu National Park is located in the northern part of Western Australia. Purnululu, also known as the Bungle Bungle, is one of the largest gems in this wilderness area known as Kimberley. I had the chance to fly over this beautiful park by helicopter. Here are some pictures for you, isn't nature the greatest of artists? 2- Fitzroy, Melbourne Located just north of the city centre, the Fitzroy district is a rallying point for Melbourne's alternative scene. In the shops of local fashion designers, art galleries and workshops, artistic creation is omnipresent here and can even be seen on the facades of buildings.