Contributing to Dubai’s burgeoning art scene, Sotheby’s Dubai’s latest exhibition entitled ‘Made in the Emirates’ will showcase the finest jewellery and art crafted in the country.
The presentation will feature works from six jewellers and a selection of artists curated by UAE’s Engage101 art platform. As an ode to the Middle East, several jewellery designs will present motifs inspired by the region’s age-old influences.
From Susana Martins’s The One ring set with 4.77-carat emerald to Hashi’s Promise Me Perfections rings crafted to perfection, the collections on display will present a series of luxe timepieces. The jewellery houses part of the exhibition are Savolinna, Gafla, YATAGHAN, Misk, Susana Martina and HASHI.
“The exhibition brings the best of the Emirates under one roof at the same time as our international auction highlights, in a curated one-stop destination for lovers of art and jewellery alike. The perfect opportunity for young collectors looking to acquire and acquaint themselves with new and celebrated artists from the Emirates,” Head of Sotheby’s UAE, Katia Nounou-Boueiz, said.
The art presented will include works by the Reem Dream series, Mohamed Khalid and Sara Ahli, to name but a few. With both emerging and established artists presenting their work, Sotheby’s continues to harvest new artistic connections in the region through research and public programming.
With Islamic art being at the helm of artistic influences in the region, precious items such as. candlesticks dating to 1275 and other pieces of art such as swords, carafes and bits, Arabic inscriptions and much more will be on display with skillfully crafted items reflecting Emirati heritage, which is deeply rooted in its DNA.
Several rare artefacts shall also be on display. Ranging from Fabergé’s innate jewels to exquisite jewelled enamel French gold boxes by Cartier. The brand known for its imperial eggs will have over 20 rare pieces, including colourful enamels, gilded objects, candlesticks, photograph frames and egg pendants.
Two panel discussions are all set to take place on October 6, 2021. One being on jewellery and the other on art, to invigorate the audience on its history and impressionable impact in the region.
This exhibition is open to the public at Sotheby’s Dubai, Gate Village 3, Dubai International Financial Centre and takes place from October 4 to October 7, 2021, from 10am to 4pm on Tuesday and Wednesday.
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