KSA to host the greatest cultural event “BIENALSUR 2019”
The Saudi Ministry of Culture has announced to host the second edition of the world’s first traveling contemporary art biennale “BIENALSUR 2019” at Riyadh’s National Museum from Nov. 5 to Dec. 5.
This is for the first time BIENALSUR, the International Contemporary Art Biennial of South America, the greatest cultural event from Argentina, is being held in the Middle East.
Four Saudi artists, Sarah Abu Abdullah, Fatima Al-Banawi, Faisal Samra, and Ayman Zedani will present their works of art at BIENALSUR.
The event will close its second edition in the Kingdom after traveling across five continents and 43 cities of a score of countries at more than one hundred venues.
The culture Ministry of Saudi Arabia will organize the event in collaboration with National University of Tres de Febrero, Argentina.
The Saudi Ministry of Culture is hosting international events to attract international business and cultural events to the Kingdom.
Earlier, for the the first time women’s wrestling has been witnessed by a large number of fans in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Natalya Neidhart and Lacey Evans became the first female WWE superstars to compete in Saudi Arabia.
Their fight at the WWE Crown Jewel 2019 in Riyadh was the first-ever female bout in the kingdom.
On October 11 the renowned Korean band BTS gave an amazing performance in their concert which was held in the capital city of Saudi Arabia; Riyadh. Several people attended the concert.
BTS have now become the first ever group in history who performed at the King Fahd International stadium in Riyadh the Kingdom of Saudi-Arabia.
Delayed berthing of oil vessels cause Rs7 billion loss in demurrage fees
KARACHI: The delayed berthing of oil products vessels caused a loss of...
Gas crises to continue for another two years: SSGC
KARACHI: The gas crisis, being faced during the winter season, is likely...
Afghan man accuses American pilot's arrogance over brother's death, calls for investigation
KABUL: "He was a pilot of an American plane, not the driver...
Saudi Arabia launches human capability development programme
RIYADH: Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud...
Two killed, several wounded in house explosion in Czech Republic
PRAGUE: At least two volunteer firefighters were killed in an explosion at...