Culturally Connected in the Middle East
In addition to supporting Art Dubai, one of the world’s premier global contemporary art fairs, we connect to the exhilarating and burgeoning Middle Eastern art scene through a wide range of contemporary exhibitions and cultural initiatives that engage our guests and colleagues.
Our Kashta Programme honors the history of Dubai as trade centre with modern excursions, such as our Pearl Diving programme, and we work to build social bridges through the Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding.
(The Empty Quarter, an exhibition of works by George Steinmetz, Jumeirah Emirates Towers, Dubai)
Culturally Connected in Europe
In London, Jumeirah Carlton Tower and Jumeirah Lowndes Hotel support The Faberge Big Egg Hunt.
The energetic and expressionist work of Hartwig Ebersbach fills the new Jumeirah Frankfurt Hotel and echoes the vibrancy of this city, which boasts one the world’s best book fairs and unsurpassed art museums along the Main.
To encourage other enterprises everywhere to support the arts, Jumeirah has instituted the Jumeirah Group Arts and Culture Award, which pays tribute to the advancement of artistic practice through innovative creative collaborations.
Jumeirah proudly presented its second annual Support for Arts and Culture Award to MontBlanc at Luxury Briefing Awards at the Corinthian Hotel.
Culturally Connected in Asia Pacific
Jumeirah Himalayas Hotel in Pudong, Shanghai, is a sophisticated embodiment of an innovative merger of art and commerce through architecture.
Designed by renowned Japanese architect Arata Isozaki, the hotel houses a state-of-the-art private collection on public view in the lobby which, through its design, honors both the richness and elegance of Chinese history.
Arata Isozaki has been associated with theJapanese new wave movement Metabolism and has designed museums, concert halls and cultural centers around the world.
Jumeirah Himalayas Hotel is a stunning example of his inventive style and interest in Eastern ideas and sculpture.