8 stunning sculptures to see in Dubai

From steel flowers to giant calligraphy structures, here are some unique offerings


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Sculpture: Spread your wings and fly!

If you are an art lover, you can see it in your neighborhood in Dubai. Head down with friends so
that someone can take pics for your gram.Image Credit: Insta/artemaar
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Scupture: Win, Victory, Love by Tim Bravington

Win, Victory, Love’ by Tim Bravington stands tall in Burj Park, near Burj Khalifa. The sculpture
represents the arm of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President
and Prime Minister of the UAE. The gesture, also known as Sheikh Mohammed’s three-finger
salute, has been replicated across the world since its debut in February 2013.
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Declaration by eL Seed

‘Declaration’ by eL Seed in Downtown Dubai near the Dubai Opera is a stunning peace of work in the artist’s signature style – in calligraphy
and in pink. A line from a poem by Sheikh Mohammed that says, “Art in all its colours and types reflects the culture of the nations, their history
and civilization” has been written in sculpture form. eL Seed describes the work as, “A declaration of love to the city that I call home.
”Image Credit: https://elseed-art.com
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Sculpture: Dandelions by Mirek Struzik

Mirek Struzik’s ‘Dandelions’ is located at the Dubai Fountain Promenade. How does nature marry
with steel? Beautifully, if the installation in Downtown Dubai is anything to go by. The 14 giant dandelions
are placed along the Dubai Opera road and reflect colour, especially during sunset.
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Sculpture: Love Me

Heart-shaped artwork ‘Love Me’ which shines in steel has been made by famed sculptor Richard Hudson.
It reflects the city’s Burj Khalifa and The Dubai Mall – and makes for a fun Insta-shot.
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Sculpture: Wings of Mexico

Nearby, ‘Wings of Mexico’ by Jorge Marin in Burj Plaza is a lesson in the possibilities of human
interaction and creation. The Wings of Mexico are on permanent display in several cities including
Dubai, Los Angeles, Singapore, Nagoya, Madrid and Berlin.
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‘Birthday Suit’

Joseph Klibansky and his team travelled all the way to Dubai to create the large ‘Birthday Suit’ on
December 31. The three-metre tall artwork is situated in The Galliard restaurant, in Downtown
Dubai.Image Credit: Facebook/Joseph Klibansky
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‘Mojo’ by Idriss

‘Mojo’ by Idriss B, in Dubai Design District, is a collection of gorilla sculptures that stand at 3.5 metres
in height. It’s also art with a purpose – to raise awareness of the endangered silverback gorillas.
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The Sail by Mattar Bin Lahej

‘The Sail’ by Mattar Bin Lahej is a calligraphy sculpture by Emirati artist Mattar Bin Lahej found in Address Beach Resort. The structure is a
quote from Sheikh Mohammed, which says: “The future will be for those who can imagine, design, and implement, the future does not wait for
the future, but it can be designed and built today.”Image Credit: insta/addressbeachresort

Post time: Feb-25-2021