Emaar and Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard as Indicated by Azadeh Jafarian | Fusion of Champs-Élysées and New York
In the center of Dubai, known as Downtown Dubai, which is now a popular nighttime destination for both residents and visitors, Emaar, a unique and prominent Emirati multinational real estate development company, has created an eye-catching tourism art route on Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard, BLVD Crescent.
ArtDayMe: Azadeh Jafarian: In the center of Dubai, known as Downtown Dubai, which is now a popular nighttime destination for both residents and visitors, Emaar, a unique and prominent Emirati multinational real estate development company, has created an eye-catching tourism art route on Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard, BLVD Crescent.
A collection of art galleries covering a range of styles, from modern and contemporary to traditional and classical, and even including a dedicated digital art gallery, caters to the various preferences of art enthusiasts and collectors.
The idea was developed in collaboration with a number of well-known cafés, eateries, and shops.
The primary background of the lovely and relaxing area is Boulevard Crescent's diverse urban furnishings. The space's infrastructure has been given by striking buildings, towers reaching to the sky, and different types of skyscrapers.
The number of individuals interested in Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard is growing daily. Many believe that while the street's architectural layout is akin to New York, its spirit and intensity are more like those of Paris' Champs-Elysées.
A London-based British company called Foundry reveals Emaar's significant involvement in the arts. The group, whose email address is foundry@Emaar.ae, engages with Hollywood in a number of artistic sectors.
The Foundry in Dubai is dedicated to the visual arts and has five galleries, a library, a podcast recording space, and a cafe. It takes up a significant portion of Boulevard Crescent.
There are a number of other art galleries on Boulevard Crescent. According to ArtDayMe's field research, these galleries managed to hire the space after first informing Emaar of their intended activity through a proposal and receiving approval. Among the galleries along the street are Kalimat, Intent, and Mondoir.
The showcase of galleries and art venues on the boulevard confronts the street, providing a visual treat for all onlookers, which is what makes the cultural route so interesting.
Dubai's modern and progressive architecture has contributed to a new way of life. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard now validates the matter once more. Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman, and Kuwait are likewise attempting to affix their signatures to the same aspect of renovating urban furniture and building striking and significant structures.