From 18-21 March, the Design Days Dubai, in its second year, will offer exceptional rare design creations from 29 galleries, a 30% growth in participation over 2012. As well as being the only design fair in the Middle East and South Asia, Design Days Dubai is now the world’s most diverse design fair globally. By featuring galleries from all six continents, the fair has further established Dubai as centre of discovery and as an international meeting place for the world’s cultural community.
The Design Days Dubai are dedicated to collectible and limited edition furniture and design objects, both regional and internationally. As limited-edition design becomes a more popular and safe investment both regionally and internationally, the event will feature never-before-seen contemporary works alongside vintage and classic design pieces from the 20th century.
One of the many pieces on view is A 3,44 metre long kinetic clock installation based on almost 300 interconnected analogue clocks, each synchronized to drive the minute and hour-hand independently to create beautifully choreographed movements to enthral visitors at the Design Days Dubai 2013. The installation will be presented by the renowned Belgian design-art traders and curators, Victor Hunt Designart Dealer.
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“A million times”
Stockholm based studio Humans since 1982 will present their kinetic work “A million times”
at Design Days Dubai / Victor Hunt Gallery from 18. – 21. March 2013.
Dates and timings: 18th-21st March, 4pm – 10pm (Preview – 17th March, by invitation only)
Venue: The Venue – Downtown Dubai, Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard, next to Burj Khalifa
Tickets: AED 50 can be purchased at the fair (by purchasing a ticket, you donate AED 25 to the World Food Programme). Children & students (<18 years) and university or college groups can enter for free.
The clock clock white by humans since 1982