A few days ago I had the opportunity to visit Abu Dhabi Art Fair and I am happy to share with you my impressions of the visit. Abu Dhabi Art is considered a small fair within those that take place in the area, but for me it ibas a very pleasant surprise since I liked its size very much, making it accessible and pleasant.

Another thing that caught my attention was, without a doubt, the selection of works that the participating galleries had done, I liked almost everything I saw.

I have the impression that in recent years the cultural and artistic landscape of the Emirates and Abu Dhabi, in particular, has developed a lot with major projects such as the Abu Dhabi Louvre Museum that has helped events like this fair, raise their quality standards and thus facilitating the creativity of local artists and inviting foreign participants.

The fair was divided into three spaces, one more focused on projects and the other two others with the galleries spaces, having a specific interest in the art world of China, India and drawing as a technique in general.

Little by little I am getting to know the galleries of the area and I was very excited to greet my new gallery friends like Ayyam Gallery, Lawrie Shabibi and Leila Heller. With whom I hope to collaborate very soon on many occasions.

Here you have some of the works that impacted me the most and as an anecdote my photo with the digital artist Ai-Da. Would you buy something from her?

Tamara Kreisler

My name is Tamara Kreisler and I am an art dealer “in action”. I was born in Madrid and have lived in nine countries. I am an economist, working mother and wife, that has the privilege of living surrounded by art since my childhood.
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