A headline event of the Official Dubai Art Season, World Art Dubai returned for its eighth edition bringing contemporary art from all over the world for collectors and enthusiasts searching for diverse, affordable and original art under one roof. 

Featuring 4000+ pieces from around the globe, WAD unites 300+ galleries and artists from 50+ countries around the world, each with their own unique take on art. From emerging artists, pop-art icons and fashion art disrupters, to experimental expressionists and fine art and photography practitioners, our exhibition is an eclectic melting pot of artistic style. 

As the official analytics partner, Timesworld will leverage its cutting-edge data analytics and insights to offer strategic recommendations that will enhance the experience of visitors and exhibitors at the event. The partnership aims to deliver a seamless and immersive art fair experience that caters to the diverse needs of visitors and exhibitors.

"We are thrilled to partner with World Art Dubai 2023 and bring our expertise in data analytics to the world of art," said Tomy Varghese, the CEO and founder of Timesworld. "Our goal is to provide actionable insights that will help improve the overall experience of the art fair, and we are excited to see the impact of our analytics in this unique context."

World Art Dubai 2023 will showcase a diverse range of contemporary art from around the world, including paintings, sculptures, photography, and digital art. The art fair will also feature workshops, talks, and interactive experiences that aim to engage visitors and promote a deeper understanding of the art on display.

The partnership between Timesworld and World Art Dubai 2023 represents a unique opportunity to showcase the power of data analytics in enhancing the art fair experience. With its innovative solutions and commitment to excellence, Timesworld is well-positioned to deliver exceptional results for World Art Dubai 2023 and its stakeholders.

The event will be held from 9 to 12 March 2023, at the Dubai World Trade Centre.