May 28, 2024

Enjoy an evening of culture this Ramadan

DIFC’s Sculpture Park is the perfect venue for post-Iftar relaxation with families and friends during Ramadan. Visitors can make the most of the mild weather and take a stroll amongst the sculptures and art installations in the open-air area of Sculpture Park around the iconic Gate Building. The Sculpture Park continues inside DIFC’s footprint, where visitors can see four sculptures by Salvador Dali, plus many more paintings and interactive installations.

With the theme of ‘Tales Under the Gate’, the Sculpture Park hosts an array of modern, futuristic, innovative and cutting-edge artistic masterpieces of established and independent artists representing diverse art movements from around the world.

Sculpture Park’s dramatic lighting at night is designed to enhance key art works like Natalie Clark’s grand sculpture, Spirit of Hathor and Lorenzo Quinn’s modern icon Love Dubai and Emre Yusufi’s playful Hercules the DJ.

DIFC is home to a host of restaurants and cafes offering a range of Iftars and Suhoors, like Hutong, Fogo de Chao and Vibe UAE, that will tempt every palette, making DIFC a must-visit destination during the Holy Month. This exceptional and immersive artistic experience is in line with Dubai’s cultural vision to make art accessible for all and consolidate the emirate’s stature as a global destination for culture, innovation and talent.

Sculpture Park is open to the public, and entry is free of charge.

When: Until 30 September 2023

Where: From the Gate Building to Gate Avenue, DIFC

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