Sharjah Art Museum

 Sharjah Art Museum Dubai

 This construction enriches the cultural life of the Sharjah community, the Sharjah Art Museum invites its own regional, national, and international traffic showcasing its assorted art collections, programs, and facilities.

A universe of artistic fineness and expression, the Sharjah Art Museum opened its doors on April 17, 1997. Presenting a spectacle, showcasing the creativity ‎that spread over large spacious galleries that the museum invites visitors throughout the year. This unique museum offers all visitors and art lovers to respect the splendor of many different collections and temporary exhibits presented by the memorial and contribute to the museum's regular schedule and workshops.

 Sharjah Art Museum Dubai


This three-story museum is committed to representing ranges and various creations of over 500 artworks of techniques and numerous mediums, with an assortment of techniques that may ignite minds. Through the year, the museum holds many different art events and exhibitions. The Art Library is made up of over 4000 names in English, Arabic and other languages, along with audio and visual materials. Visitors can see this stunning museum that conducts one of the largest art displays in the Gulf region, which compromises of collections and paintings. They could explore the history of the region through the captivating masterpieces of painters and Arab artists who have a crucial impact in international art domain and the local.

 Sharjah Art Museum Dubai


Permanent museum collections include the fourth largest wing of the first floor in Sharjah Art Museum that displays a captivating assortment of contemporary and modern Arab art. This contemporary collection Is Made up of paintings and sculptures by several of the artists in the Middle East:, such as Abdulqader Al Rais, Louay Kayali, Bashir Sinwar, Faiq Hassan, Mohammed Yusuf, and Ismail Fatah Al-Turk. They also feature a collection of works from the Communist artist Suleiman Mansour that revolves around the Israeli--Palestinian conflict and the lands that are occupied. Selected paintings from the Iraqi artist Jamil Hamoudi, one of the pioneers of contemporary Iraqi paintings and arts by the Kuwaiti artist Thuraya Al-Baqsami, qualified"Min Wahi Failaka" (inspirations from Failaka) are showcased at this prestigious museum.

Free Entry 

Timings:

Sat to Thurs: 08:00 – 20:00

Fri: 16:00 – 20:00 (They are also subjected to change during Public holidays )

Location: Conrniche street
                 Sharjah – United Arab Emirates.

Contact Number +971 6 568 8222

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