Affordable art on sale at Abu Dhabi exhibition

Get works of art for as little at Art Hub summer sale

Affordable art on sale at Abu Dhabi exhibition

Abu Dhabi Art Hub is making masterpieces more affordable – after launching a super savings summer exhibition.

The popular culture spot, based at World Trade Center Abu Dhabi, is showcasing more than 200 modern and contemporary art pieces by over 100 artists across the globe at its Summer Flash exhibition, running until the end of August.

With such a rich array of art all under one roof you are sure to find something that suits your taste – and best of all you won’t be priced out of hanging it on your wall.

Items are on sale for as little as Dhs50, with prices going up to Dhs2,500, plus entry to the exhibition is free of charge.

Visitors can also sign up to the wide range of art workshops and course held at the Art Hub after they have finished gazing at the galleries.

A special opening night for Summer Flash will be held at the Art Hub on Saturday, August 19, at 7.30pm, and will feature guest artists and a master-class in Arabic and Japanese calligraphy.

Artists with work taking pride of place in the exhibition include Dawn Young, Sathi Streeton, Rena Ozaki, Rajesh Kumar Yadav and Mai Mahfouz.

Free entry. Until Aug 31. The Mall at World Trade Center Abu Dhabi,

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