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Richard Mille Art Prize 2023 to Open Under the Iconic Louvre Abu Dhabi Dome
article LOUVRE ABU DHABI | RICHARD MILLE
by Lydia Medeiros 1-minute read August 10, 2023

The third iteration of the prestigious Richard Mille Art Prize will be revealed in the capital's most iconic venue.

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The stage for the third annual Richard Mille Art Prize, presented by Richard Mille and Louvre Abu Dhabi, has been set. For the first time, the prestigious exhibition ventures outdoors beneath the Louvre Abu Dhabi's iconic floating dome, adding an extraordinary dimension to the creative convergence of art and culture.

The venue, renowned for its interplay of light, shadow, and water, offers a uniquely immersive setting for this year's finalists in particular to display their creations. Encapsulated within the contemporary art exhibition Louvre Abu Dhabi Art Here 2023, the Richard Mille Art Prize offers a platform for regional artists to exhibit their creative prowess. With its launch scheduled for November 2023, this year's exhibition promises to see artists transcend boundaries through their exploration on the theme of 'transparencies' with sculptures and installations.

The partnership's commitment to nurturing creative expression is palpable as the Richard Mille Art Prize, with a grand prize of USD60,000, underscores its dedication to fostering artistic innovation and development within the region. The artistic spirit cultivated by the Richard Mille Art Prize will undoubtedly flourish under the magnificent architectural grandeur of Louvre Abu Dhabi's dome.

The prestigious jury for Louvre Abu Dhabi Art Here 2023 is composed of individuals hailing from diverse artistic backgrounds. Their collective expertise, ranging from architecture to curatorial insights, ensures a comprehensive and dynamic selection process. Esteemed members like H.H. Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan bin Khalifa Al Nahyan and Dr. Souraya Noujaim return as jury members alongside newer additions such as Maya El Khalil, Clare Lilley, Guilhem André, and Mohammed Kazem. Their inclusion underscores the partnership's commitment to showcasing the exceptional talents within the GCC and amplifying the stature of this exhibition and art prize.

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