A stunning new photography exhibition coming to Abu Dhabi

The collection at Manarat Al Saadiyat features drone and aircraft images

A stunning new photography exhibition coming to Abu Dhabi
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Sometimes it helps to get a fresh perspective on life, and that’s exactly what you’ll get from one of the latest exhibitions to arrive in Abu Dhabi.

ABOVE: Aerial Photography Exhibition is now open for visitors at Manarat Al Saadiyat, and it features images of the UAE, the Middle East and the USA, all taken from drones and aircraft.

Running from now until August 26, it includes works from Emirati and regional photographers sitting alongside images from international artists.

Some of the artists and photographers featured include Martin Sanchez, Dr. Ahmad Al Rais, Bachir Moukarzel, Peter Jay, ZekeDrone and Huda Bin Redha.

From horse riders, to shots of the Dubai skyline, the collection showcases a huge range of amazing images.

In addition to the stunning photographs, the exhibition also a features a public programme of talks, workshops and panel discussions.

This is the first exhibition to open in the photography studio at Manarat Al Saadiyat this year. 

Find out more by visiting www.manaratalsaadiyat.ae.

Open daily 9am-8pm, until Aug 26. Manarat Al Saadiyat, Saadiyat Island (02 657 5800).

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