New Art Hits The Louvre Abu Dhabi

Exciting news for UAE art scene as Louvre welcomes the Talking Art series
New Art Hits The Louvre Abu Dhabi

Great news for local art lovers! Louvre Abu Dhabi has
announced they’ve acquired hot new exhibits to be unveiled during the second
edition of Louvre Abu Dhabi: Talking Art Series in October. The show, which
runs from 3 October  to 26 June, will
include locally and internationally important works.

"We are pleased to share
with the public the vast array of works acquired for Louvre Abu Dhabi, and
allow for them to experience and interact with the museum’s content as we shape
its collection and prepare for the opening,” said Sheikh Sultan Bin Tahnoun Al
Nahyan, Chairman of TCA Abu Dhabi.

The upcoming series will include a standing
Bactrian Princess from the end of the third millennium BC, a pavement and
fountain ensemble dating from the early Ottoman period and Paul Gauguin’s
masterpiece Breton Boys Wrestling from 1888, to name a few. The series
also includes a photography collection and is, including Joseph Girault de
Prangey’s Ayoucha, the most ancient known photographic representation of a
veiled woman.

“The Talking Art Series are an essential step in building
awareness of the future museum and its collection, enriched by new, exceptional
acquisitions,” added Henri Loyrette, President-Director of the Louvre Museum. Louvre
Abu Dhabi will have another exhibition in April 2013 titled Birth of a Museum. A
version of the exhibition will also be shown in Paris at the Louvre Museum.

Related Articles

Also in Entertainment Features

Dubai Property Prices: Eye-watering Figures
Buying or renting in the UAE? Best tighten the purse strings!
Use Twitter and Facebook in Dubai? Don’t Fall Foul of UAE Laws!
United Arab Emirates Government releases social media rules applying to...
Level A Management Promises to Bring Huge Talent Like Beyonce to Dubai
Level A Management sat down with Ahlan! for a chat about Beyonce and the...
World’s Top 10 Outrageously Expensive Foods Revealed!
From coffee ‘modified’ by elephants to a piece of cake that will never be...