QM Gallery Katara

Connecting people with art

The QM Gallery is an intimate venue for public art projects in Katara Cultural Village. With theatres, concert halls and restaurants, Katara bustles with activity and invites people from different backgrounds to interact.

Nestled amongst other buildings, the QM gallery is a casual place that lends itself to weekend browsing. The art is always a talking point, but location and atmosphere are as important.

It is also a platform for Qatar’s emerging museums to present their collections and projects.

Personal connection

The venue hosts local and international artists whose work centres around human themes. Though mediums vary, the content always connects with people on a personal level. The space is designed for individual contemplation, meaning visitors reflect beyond the gallery.

Recent highlights include Yan Pei Ming’s portraits of well-known Arabs as a medium for recording history; Francesco Vezzoli’s unveiling of the anguish behind overtly content female icons; and Brigitte Lacombe’s photographic exploration of female athletes in the Arab world.

Opening Hours

QM Gallery Katara is open daily.

  • Saturday - Thursday: 9:00am - 7:00pm
  • Friday: 1:30pm - 7:00pm

 

Qatar Museums Gallery at Katara

Our Blog

27 January 2021

Have you spotted the vibrant murals appearing across Doha? That’s JEDARIART!

18 artists. Colours covering walls across Doha. But what does it all mean? What are the artists trying to convey? Find out more on the stunning JEDARIART murals from the artists themselves as they explain their work in their own words.

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4 February 2021

JEDARIART: Meet the artists – part two

In the second of the two-part series, a chance to hear from the rest of the artists brightening the walls of Doha with their unique public art installations

 

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14 February 2021

An exciting spring and summer programme awaits

 This week we preview some of the exhibitions and events open for all as we head into 2021 with hopes for a brighter year ahead

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