Art Into the Night kicks off at Alserkal Avenue on September 27.
Art Into the Night kicks off at Alserkal Avenue on September 27. Image Credit: Alserkal

Alserkal Avenue is kicking off the new season with art well into the night this September 27 with a varied exhibition evening that’s completely free and open to the public

Make sure to mark your calendars for September 27 when Alserkal Avenue hosts a completely free event open to the public from 6 to 10pm.

Alserkal Lates’ Art Into the Night will kick off the new art season with 12 new exhibitions spread across the Avenue’s contemporary galleries, highlighting important works from the region’s most exciting and inspiring artists.

Just some of the new exhibitions include Delhi-born Remen Chopra’s exploration of the idea of the earth as feminine called In These Verses I Find Home; When the Ground Was by Sarah Almehairi who works in various mediums including paper and collages; a personal history by UAE-based artist Sawsan Al Bahar who presents Talaliya; plus Egyptian photographer Youssef Nabil’s The Beautiful Voyage as well as Palestinian artist Khaled Hourani’s exhibition Leaping Over The Barrier.

Visitors can explore 12 new exhibitions including Palestinian artist Khaled Hourani’s Leaping Over The Barrier.
Visitors can explore 12 new exhibitions including Palestinian artist Khaled Hourani’s Leaping Over The Barrier. Image Credit: Alserkal

Along with the many highlights of the evening such as Dubai-based author Mansi Choksi’s The Newlyweds book launch as well as conversations and audio-visual installations, the evening introduces Slow Art Walks for those who are looking for a more intimate and relaxed guided experience. Interested art lovers need to register beforehand for Slow Art Walks, with four on offer from independent curator Sarah Daher; curator at the Ishara Art Foundation in Dubai, Sabih Ahmed; arts journalist and independent curator Anna Seaman; and post-graduate research fellow at NYU Abu Dhabi, Lubnah Ansari.