Intersect 21 is an online art fair featuring 21 galleries from the Middle East, North Africa and Southern California — and it’s live until Feb. 22. Read on for some of the participating galleries.
The art fair spotlighting art from the MENA region
One of Saudi Arabia’s premiere contemporary art galleries based in Jeddah, it was founded in 2009 and represents a number of Saudi artists such as Ahmed Mater and Ahaad Al-Amoudi.
Wadi Finan Art Gallery
Situated in Amman, this space is constantly filled with powerful multimedia work by local and regional artists. Wadi Finan Art Gallery also hosts public exhibitions, workshops and special community collaborations.
Leila Heller Gallery
Since it was established over three decades ago, this Dubai-based art institute has been vital in promoting creative dialogue and exchange between Western, Middle Eastern, Central and Southeast Asian artists.
This art space was established in 2016 with the aim of supporting emerging Moroccan and international artists.
The platform was founded by Nadine Abdel Ghaffar and aims to promote Egyptian art while highlighting and preserving heritage sites.
Diwaniya Art Gallery
Based in Algiers, the new art gallery is dedicated to the contemporary art of North Africa and the Arab world.