Cracking the street art scene – "One of our missions is to help the local guys and to make people from the region understand that street art is not about degradation," says Thomas Perreaux-Forest, co-founder of Dubai's Street Art Gallery.
Repainting Dubai – At any one time, Street Art Gallery shows around 100 pieces, with exhibitions changing at least once a month.
'Loveism' – Miami's Hec One Love is currently showcasing more than 100 of his works in Dubai under the banner "Loveism." The show runs until December 10.
Pollock meets Banksy – New Yorker Skott Marsi displayed his solo show "Pollock Like Banksy" at Street Art Gallery last month. Can you guess which two famous artists he took inspiration from?
Nasty's Metro art – Parisan artist, Nasty, brought signs and wall tiles from the French capital's metro, decorated in his inimitable style.
OneMizer portrait – French street-art star OneMizer does everything from portraits to comic-style work. This piece was displayed as part of the "Be the Change" show.
JustOne wall display – Swiss-born, now Dubai-based, JustOne brought possibly the most controversial work, inspired by incendiary street protest. One such scene is permanently displayed at the gallery.
Bandi's Dubai subway – Geneva-based mural specialist Bandi comes from France but produces futuristic work inspired by Dubai.
Even the furniture isn't spared the can – Street Art Gallery's first show, "Wynwood goes Dubai," celebrated a Miami district where street artists are free to spray-paint without hassle from police.
Villa wall exterior – It may look alarming, but this isn't about to be scrubbed off any time soon. Artists were invited to graffiti the villa that houses the gallery.
Street Art Gallery – Street Art Gallery is plotting a busy 2015. Meanwhile, its own exterior white walls are gradually being replaced as visiting artists make their mark on Dubai's new art hotspot.