Incredible Hotel Artwork From Around The World

From the Maldives and Shanghai, to the UAE and Europe, take a tour of Jumeirah’s artwork displayed across its properties around the world which reflects local culture and heritage

Jumeirah Frankfurt
Each room, along with the public areas of this hotel displays the work created by German artist Hartwig Ebersbach. In what is the largest collection created by the Leipzig artist, central themes include dreams, tales and legends. As part of the “Kaspar” series, each piece symbolises the controversy between seriousness and humour. The heavy use of layering and blending of oil on canvas creates bright, vibrant and unmistakably distinctive creations that capture the imagination.

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Jumeirah Frankfurt - Presidential Suite Dining Room

Jumeirah Himalayas Hotel Shanghai
Immersed in culture, the lobby of this impressive hotel is a veritable art gallery.
Discover how the design principals of Feng Shui have been used throughout the
hotel; learn more about the handmade, wooden Dragon Boat; the rosewood
pagoda dating back to the Qing Dynasty; the famous poem written in lighted
calligraphy; the Chinese carved lacquerware and the beautiful paintings taking
pride of place in the lobby.

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Jumeirah Himalayas Hotel - Lobby2

Jumeirah Creekside Hotel
Specially commissioned to firmly connect the hotel to the region’s vibrant art
and cultural heritage, the hotel’s collection of art is playfully placed throughout
the property and its grounds. Comprising 482 works by over 51 contemporary artists – both acclaimed and emerging hailing from 11 different regional nations – the work includes paintings, sculptures, videos and limited edition series. Guests cannot miss the electric pink ‘flying carpet.’

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Jumeirah Creekside Hotel

Jumeirah Al Naseem
The striking, stainless steel sculpture of a caravan of camels running on water
sets the contemporary scene as you arrive at this new, cutting edge hotel at
Madinat Jumeirah. Conceptualised by Emirati artist Mattar Bin Lahej – who as a child himself played in the grounds on which the resort now sits – the sculpture is just one of his commissioned masterpieces on display devised to connect Dubai’s past and present history. Other notable pieces by Bin Lahej include a sculpture of a poem written in Arabic calligraphy by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum.

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Jumeirah Vittaveli
Taking pride of place within the exclusive Royal Residence of this Maldivian
hideaway, are four works of pristine art created by renowned Emirati artist
Maha al Mazrouei. A twin painting sets the scene for a tranquil island escape as it hangs in the grand entrance, while a more daring and colourful piece inspired by the colourful gardens of the island decorates the private spa pavilion, and in the living area of the Sanctuary – the accommodation reserved for the host – hangs Maha’s breath-taking depiction of over and underwater beauty in the Maldives.

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Jumeirah Vittaveli - Royal Residence - _Hidden Gardens_ Artwork by Maha al Mazrouei

Jumeirah at Etihad Towers
The dramatic sculptural forms of the towers complement the sophisticated and
contemporary interior design. Art works from His Highness Sheikh Suroor bin
Mohammed Al Nahyan’s private art collection provide a local Arabian touch in
public areas and conference pre-function areas. These photographic art works
depict Abu Dhabi in the 50s and 60s – an insightful glimpse into the past before
these modern towers rose from the desert dunes. Guests can also enjoy complimentary access to the newly opened Louvre museum when booking the special package.

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