DIFC Sculpture Park has been unveiled and here is what to expect

You can visit DIFC Sculpture Park for free.


One of Dubai’s most well-known areas has transformed into an open-air art gallery with the unveiling of DIFC Sculpture Park.

Open to public until 30 June and free of charge, the gallery in at Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) is a celebration of the UAE’s 50th year anniversary, aimed at supporting local and international artists who have contributed to the past, present and future of the nation.

A part of Dubai’s vision to turn the walls and streets of the emirate into an open-art gallery, the park will feature 50 sculptures portraying the cultural diversity and richness of the UAE in the past 50 years.


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Works will be featured from well-established galleries such as Leila Heller Gallery, Firetti Gallery and AWC Gallery, as well as from independent artists.

Speaking on the unveiling of DIFC Sculpture Park, CEO of DIFC Authority, Arif Amiri, said; “Over the years, DIFC has been developed into a vibrant urban destination promoting innovation, harmonious living and sustainability.

“As part of our commitment to support Dubai’s art and culture vision, we are transforming DIFC into a unique sculpture park that will continue to shape the emirate’s growing open-air art movement whilst attracting international artists to the Centre.”


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