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Al Quoz, Dubai

Dubai
United Arab Emirates
The Third Line

6 Al Quoz
Dubai
United Arab Emirates
Tel: 971 4341 1367

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Flying House

House 18
25 Street
Dubai
United Arab Emirates
Tel: 971 4265 3365

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Traffic

1023 Al Manara
179 Umm Suqeim Road
Dubai
United Arab Emirates
Tel: 971 4347 0209

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Jam Jar

Street 17A
Dubai
United Arab Emirates
Tel: 971 4341 7303

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Gallery Isabelle Van Den Eynde

Street 8
A Serkal Avenue, Unit 17
Dubai
United Arab Emirates
Tel: 971 4323 5052

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Concierge.com's insider take:

This district of warehouses, small factories, and labor camps just south of Sheikh Zayed Road has become a locus of Dubai's dynamic art scene thanks to its vast industrial spaces and cheap rents. Some of the most cutting-edge galleries are located here and specialize in work by emerging Iranian, Pakistani, Indian, and Arab talent. The pioneering Third Line, founded in 2005 by three American, Iranian, and Emirati partners, curates consistently interesting exhibitions and hosts regular cultural evenings. Emirati brothers and installation artists Hassan and Hussein Sharif run the Flying House. Founded by an Indian expat, the Jam Jar is both art center and gallery and runs a semiregular art bus tour of exhibitions across the emirate. Traffic is a 10,000-square-foot arts center that holds exhibitions by artists from the region and beyond and also showcases the art collection of founder Rami Farook. Among a cluster of galleries located in the Al Serkal Compound off 8th street, Gallery Isabelle Van Den Eynde is the most internationally esteemed.—Updated by Susan Hack

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