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Islamic Arts Magazine | Arabic Version

13/09/2017
Exhibition opening at Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque on 20 September includes a rare selection from fifteen local and international institutions and personal collections
Abu Dhabi, September 12th 2017: The Hajj: Memories of a Journey exhibition celebrates the rich legacy of the spiritual journey of Hajj to the Sacred House of God in Mecca, through the display of more than 182 artefacts on loan from a range of institutions, as well as donations of personal Hajj memorabilia. Held under the patronage of HH Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deput ...
Source:Ancient History Encyclopedia http://www.ancient.eu.com/news/2345/

Shadowed in mystery and the object of fascination for centuries, the ancient Arab palace of Qusier 'Amra is truly a gem of Late Antiquity. A royal palace, fortress, and retreat, Quiser 'Amra is an artistic and cultural "microcosm" of the the Middle East during an era of unprecedented transition.

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21/10/2012
Supported and developed everyday communal/societal/community functions and traditions
Bahrain, Manama - Islamic art is synonymous with sacred art. It is an art which transmits a Divine message and transcends time and place. It draws its roots from the Spirit and manifests itself in our physical world.
Islam is not only a major monotheistic religion professed by one-sixth of the human race, it is also an active historical force that produced a multitude of cult ...
19/06/2012
Suhail Mohammed Suleiman dedicates design to H.H. General Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan
A contemporary eco-friendly mosque designed by Suhail Mohammed Suleiman, a graduating architecture student from ALHOSN University, has been approved for construction by the General Authority of Islamic Affairs and Endowments in Abu Dhabi. The proposal has received the prestigious ‘Five Pearl Rating’ under ‘Estidama’ – the sustainability framework aligned with Abu Dhab ...
17/06/2011
Exhibition Explores Rediscovery of Islamic Ornament and Design By 19th-Century European Scholars and Artists
New York, New York — Amira Zahid and the Trustees of the Dahesh Museum of Art, and Nancy Cantor, Chancellor of Syracuse University, today announced the expansion of their arts partnership to include a month-long exhibition, Reconnecting East and West: Islamic Ornament in 19th-Century Works from the Dahesh Museum of Art and Syracuse University. It opens to the public at th ...