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Qatar may not strike visitors as a hub of art and creativity, but it has taken great strides towards becoming recognized as a stage for avant garde art expressions. It has hosted installations by Richard Serra and Damien Hirst; has invited world-class jazz artists as well as pop musicians such as Gwen Stefani; it has brought highly trained musicians to its national philharmonic orchestra; hosts film festivals and book fairs. It is not New York, but there is talent, money, and big dreams.
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East-west/West-east is the name of a desert installation by Richard Serra. This modern American sculptor has installed his work on the west coast of Qatar, an hour's drive from Doha, in the heart of the Zekreet Peninsula. The installation consists...
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Al Asmakh St, Doha, Qatar
The Ethnographic Museum, also known as The Wind Tower House, has been in the same traditional Qatari building since 1935. For this reason, the building alone is considered cultural patrimony and worth a visit. The museum has a wind tower whose...
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Katara Cultural Village, building 5، Doha, Qatar
The Qatar Museum Authority Gallery, QMA, is nestled among other traditional-looking buildings in the Katara Cultural Village. The venue is known for hosting local and international artists whose work revolve around human themes. It holds...
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Education City Student Center, الدوحة، Qatar
Mathaf Arab Museum of Modern Art, located in Education City, holds, like some other places in Qatar, a world record: this museum holds over 9,000 works, making it the largest collection of Arab modern and contemporary art in the world. This fact...
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Ar-Rayyan, Qatar
Qatar National Convention Center is the place to see the Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra play. This orchestra, founded in 2007 and comprising 101 world-class musicians chosen in international auditions from thirty countries, performs and promotes...
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Doha, Qatar
International airports are not usually places where travelers expect to find fine pieces of art. However, Hamad International Airport has consistently housed a kaleidoscope of local, regional and international artists. Under the same roof,...