The Minister of Culture and Knowledge Development, Noura Bint Mohammed Al Kaabi, launched the first design exhibition in Sharjah, the first of its kind in the Middle East and North Africa, which features a variety of design styles over the course of 21 days.
The exhibition, organized by Fikra, brings together hundreds of artists, designers, foundations and leaders from more than 20 countries to one of the most important creative events in the country and works to support the scene of cultural and graphic arts in the country.
Al Kaabi expressed its gratitude for strategic cooperation with the Biennale which brings together a team of designers and innovators to engage in a constructive dialogue that anticipates the future of graphic design and encourages the exchange of experiences and best practices in a rapidly changing which requires innovation and sustainable development of creative and professional skills to enhance the competitiveness of industry. And they drive their growth and prosperity.
For his part, Salem Al-Qosmi, the founder of the design concept that presents the exhibition, presents the art of graphic design and discusses the role of graphic art with the organization of exhibitions and workshops.
"The Biennale provides an idea for design with a wide range of ideas in the field of graphic design. This event helps designers better understand graphic design to make the region an important role in discussing graphic design practices around the world and to convey our ideas and our culture to contemporary discourse.