Mathaf(is pronounced 'mat-haf' and means "museum") is envisioned to be used as a stimulating space for dialogue and scholarship about international modern and contemporary art, as well as serve as a platform for artists in Arab diaspora and beyond.
Mathaf is inaugurated in 30 December 2010 and presently has 6,300 works of Arab art ranging from the nineteenth century and also has plans for establishing a research center to foster academic development with workshops and lectures. Qatar’s Emir Mohamed bin Ali Al Thani, A long-time patron and protector of Arabic artists who is himself an artist and passionate art collector started to build a collection that could serve artists and public as a rich and representative treasure-house of modern Arab art.
The sheer size of the museum alone, which is over 484,000 sq. ft, is a testament to the dream of its designers.
The museum is dedicated to being the primary museum of Islamic art in the world and through the vision of Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, His Highness the Emir of Qatar to project the State of Qatar into a capital of culture; the Museum of Islamic Art will manifest this dedication by creating, conserving and certificating a collection that reflects the life, the intricacy and the diversity of the arts of the Islamic world.
The cultural village was constructed on reclaimed coastal land on the eastern coast between the pearl and west bay to north of Doha and was soft-opened in 2010 on the occasion of the Doha Cultural Capital of the Arab World year. The valley of cultures is conceptualized to replicate the Qatari culture through conventional architecture that contains lots of activities. This project is estimated to an approximate US $82 million includes heritage centers, opera house, libraries, an amphitheatre, art galleries and other academic facilities, not to mention cafes, museum facilities, other business establishments, green areas and information center.
The entire Katara complex is built in a fusion of oriental architectural and retro-romantic style, pretty differently from most of Doha’s charming new cultural buildings, elsewhere in the city. A dream long envisioned by HH Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al thani, Emir of the State of Qatar, the facilities and buildings at Katara were deliberately constructed at random with the purpose of getting a look and feel like a customary Qatari Al Fereej. Other than being a forum for scholars and artistes, Katara aims in acknowledging and promoting cultural awareness in Qatar and raising the artistic energies through the administration of its different organizations, societies and facilities. Build to epitomize the Qatari traditional architecture; Katara's design makes it a proper environment for cultural, creative intellectual and artistic activities through carnivals, social events, symposiums, exhibitions, concerts and all kinds of artistic expressions.
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The Sheikh Faisal Bin Qassim Al Thani Museum is one of the biggest private museums in the world and is worth a visit with lot of things to enjoy.Established in 1998 in the grand Qatari fort at Al Samriya Farm, The Sheikh Faisal Museum with its unique, magnificent exterior attracts people from all over the world. Sheikh Faisal who is the founder of the museum is one of the Middle East's most prominent business leaders who had the dedication and passion in collecting art and artifacts of global importance. The rare and precious pieces of collections epitomize the travels that Sheikh Faisal has taken across several countries over the last 50 years. Sheikh Faisal's steady eye for tradition, culture, history and legitimacy particularly in preserving Islamic and Qatari custom, is evidently established within the museum's exceptional collections. Under the patronage of the League of Arab States, the Arab Center for Tourism Media in 2012 awarded Sheikh Faisal the well-earned title of 'Heritage personality for 2012.
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