The 15th edition of the World Art Dubai will take place between March 11 and 13 in the Jumeirah city, Dubai.
Held under the auspices of Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohamed Bin Rashed Al Maktoum, the fair targets enhance the cultural position of Dubai regionally, and internationally.
The Fair posted in an official statement: "As one of the world’s most international art fairs, Art Dubai has further expanded its commitment to cultivating a culture of discovery, offering exciting new global perspectives and broadening conversations about art beyond traditional western-led geographical scopes and narratives.
"The fair drives meaningful engagement with the rich cultural heritage and contemporary art practices of the region and extending to territories across Southeast and Central Asia, the African continent, and Latin America through presentations across its gallery sections," it added.
100 galleries from 44 countries will participate in the forthcoming edition, and 30 artists will take part of the event for the first time, naming this edition as the biggest in the history of the World Art Dubai Fair.
Moreover, it will introduce for the first time a section dedicated to Digital Art for the most celebrated artists in this field, therefore, it will set in an ambitious program of talks and open discussions about this wave of arts.
There will be main four sections at the exhibition, and they are Contemporary, Modern, Bawaba (Gate), and Dubai Digital.