Beijing's M WOODS Museum founders pay a visit to their first Middle East art showcase at The Dubai Mall
Source: ASDA'A BCW for The Dubai Mall , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Sun April 7, 2019 4:28 pm

UAE. The founders of the renowned M WOODS Museum in Beijing - Wanwan Lei, Lin Han and Michael Xufu Huang recently visited The Dubai Mall to admire their first ever art showcase in the Middle East.
 
Hosted in Fashion Avenue, the M WOODS x The Dubai Mall exhibit features nearly 40 of the world's most important contemporary artworks from east to west, currently on display across seven gallery-like pavilions.

Artists represented include minimalist master Richard Lin, Emirati artist Mohammed Kazem, new media talent Lu Yang and the iconic Andy Warhol and all artworks were curated exclusively for The Dubai Mall from M WOODS' permanent collection in Beijing. 
 
The M WOODS x The Dubai Mall exhibit is open to the public, and is on display in Fashion Avenue until April 30th. The exhibit was launched in collaboration with Dubai Tourism and Emirates NBD.

 Photo Captions:
1. (above)  (L-R) Founders Michael Xufu Huang, Lin Han and Wanwan Lei admire the M WOODS X The Dubai Mall exhibit
2. (inset)    (L-R) Founders Lin Han, Michael Xufu Huang and Wanwan Lei admire the M WOODS X The Dubai Mall exhibit 

 

 

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