An integrated digital and physical programme of exhibitions to inspire any and all to engage with modern and contemporary art. Through the use of technology we seek to break down the barriers between physical and digital art, bring the online exhibition experience much closer to reality and to take our real life exhibitions beyond the “white cube” gallery space.


Loose Threads: A Solo Exhibition by Daniel Canogar

Dates: 23rd January – 24th February 2023

Location: Dubai, UAE

Many historians consider the Jacquard loom as the first computer in history: the patterns in textiles were mechanically created via the binary code of punch cards. Today, our screens have replaced the fabrics from the past, stitching together cables, base plates, input ports, data flows, ones and zeros… “Loose Threads” explores the textile dimension of technology, weaving informational threads together in an attempt to process and visualise the vast amount of data that shapes our digitised present.

Addressing wide-ranging aspects of the modern world, from financial fragility to life and death in the face of a global pandemic, through their mantric and meditative aesthetics, the presented works seek to provide a calm and reflective experience amid the turbulent reality we live in, allowing us to better process some of the fundamental issues of our times.


Elemental Perception: A Group Exhibition

Dates: 9th December 2022 – 15th January 2023

Location: Dubai, UAE

Elemental Perception brings together five world-renowned artists who utilise colour, light and form to evoke a fundamental response and innate connection from the viewer. The works invite one to intuit, to see by sense.

Throughout the exhibition, we are asked to consider the organic and the machine, our path from primordial soup to our techno-driven tomorrow, and to revel in pure beauty, our romantic dreams of youth, whilst facing up to our ultimate trajectory of decay.

Signals: A Group Exhibition

Dates: 8th August – 31st October 2022

Location: Dubai, UAE

Galloire presents a group of celebrated international artists, from different continents and from different generations, but who are impacted by the same modern world of branding, commerciality and social programming.

From our earliest moments of childhood to our dying day, we are bombarded by corporations which try to grab our attention, characters which vie for our affection and voices all around which tell us how we should live our lives.

By the time we reach adulthood, are our decisions and our thinking even our own or are the synapses and signals firing inside our minds wholly conditioned?

Unseen Flow: A Solo Exhibition By Carla Chan

Dates: 26th May – 16th June 2022

Location: Dubai, UAE

Born 1989, Chan lives and works in Berlin and Hong Kong. Minimal in style and form, her recent work focuses on ambiguity in nature. Unseen Flow is a new exhibition from the Chinese artist where she works with a broad range of mediums to explore landscapes both familiar and other-worldly.

Throughout, she blurs the boundaries between reality and illusion, between figurative and abstraction, as the gallery space is converted into three distinct movements, which sees the artist take the viewer on a journey with her varied use of sound, light, gesture, texture and data.

Growth Hacking: A Solo Exhibition By Gretchen Andrew

Dates: 8th March – 7th April 2022

Location: Dubai, UAE

Gretchen Andrew hacks systems of power with art, code and glitter. She has manipulated Google, Facebook, and even re-programmed the art world. Growth Hacking presents new Vision Boards which both act as technical vectors for her digital performances whilst acting as gorgeous physical metaphors for our own financial and personal growth.

Continuing her hacks of major art institutions, including taking over the search results for “Contemporary Art Auction Record” (try it yourself: Google “Contemporary Art Auction Record”), Vision Boards in this series explore the art auction system, Andrews’ place in that system, and how women make up only 2% of the contemporary art market. The series of works visualize how it will feel when the dream of increasing women’s market share is accomplished.

<I’m Not a Robot>

Dates: 31st January – 28th February 2022

Location: Dubai, UAE

As we emerge fully from the pandemic, when we finally become free to engage in all of our old rituals of bonding, how do we shake ourselves out of newly-formed isolationist habits, thinking and feelings? We have been so reliant on technology to make and maintain human connection in these recent years, do we even remember how to form human-to-human bonds when not in front of a screen? Will we only achieve this if we purge ourselves of our technology crutch, or have we now become bionic; so intertwined with technology that it is an essential enabler, something that enhances and improves our ability to reach out and feel?

Beneath: A Solo Exhibition By Nick Veasey

Dates: 8th July – 7th August

Location: Online

In a world obsessed with “image”, Nick Veasey’s work breaks through the surface and shows us what’s beneath; behind the mask of the superhero, hidden under the skin of high-fashion and secreted by sleek supercar facades. From lethal levels of radiation emerges the beautiful architecture of life itself and ghostly, gentle images of the framework that makes up the icons of our modern society. His works allow us to journey into a world otherwise hidden and unseen.

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