"Sugar shoes" from Brazilian artist Tiago Sant'Ana, who explores colonial legacies in the South American country. Sant'Ana will be featured in Art Dubai's streamed performance art program. The Emirate's flagship art fair was initially canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak, but will now go ahead with a digital-only format.
"Master of the Eclipse" from Greek artist Angelo Plessas, a performance artist whose work will be available to stream via the Art Dubai website. .
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"After Scarcity" from Iranian artist Bahar Noorizadeh, whose performance will explore the stormy relationship between the US and Iran.
"My dear, there are always people who are just a little faster, more brilliant, and more aggressive," from Philippines-born artist Pio Abad will be displayed at the Art Dubai online exhibition.
"VUPs VIII" from Ethiopian artist Tesfaye Urgessa will feature in the online exhibition.
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"Fair Trade II" from Moroccan artist Mariam Abouzid Souali.
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A piece from Indian artist Sahil Naik's "Monuments, Mausoleums, Memorials and Modernism" series.
Art Dubai, launched in 2007, is one of the Middle East's largest art fairs and typically draws tens of thousands of visitors.
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Several cultural institutions in Dubai are tailoring digital offerings to maintain access for visitors during the coronavirus outbreak, such as the Etihad Museum, which has created a virtual tour experience.
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Such practice is becoming increasingly common around the world. The British Museum in London, home of the Parthenon Marbles (pictured), also offers virtual tours.