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Maisoon Al Saleh was born on 1988 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Discover Maisoon Al Saleh's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 32 years old?

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Birthplace Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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Outside of the UAE, Al Saleh's work has been displayed in the Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art, the Palazzo del Te, the Centro Cultural Caja Granada in Spain and several shows in the United States. In 2016, Al Saleh's art, with symbols of skulls and bones, was included in a group exhibition of Emirati artists in Kreuzberg, Berlin, entitled Art Nomads - Made in the Emirates.


In November 2014, Al Saleh contributed to Promesse, an exhibition where 16 artists were asked to interpret Baume et Mercier timepieces. The same year, her painting Money Doesnt Float from her exhibit The Dara Chronicles was auctioned at Bonhams in London.


In 2013, Al Saleh presented her third solo show, The Dara Chronicles, at The Ara Gallery in downtown Dubai. The exhibit contained digital paintings and mixed-media prints that used X-rays and vintage suitcases. The exhibit was inspired by the stories she heard from her grandfather about the MV Dara explosion of 1961. Her grandfather was a survivor of the incident.


Al Saleh was one of 21 artists to contribute to the Maritime UAE exhibition presented in conjunction with the 2012 National Day celebrations. The exhibit paid tribute to the maritime influence on Emirate culture and Al Saleh's contribution featured fish skeletons.


In 2011, The Dubai Culture & Arts Authority commissioned Al Saleh to contribute a mixed-media installation to the Sikka Art Fair.


In 2010, she participated in a custom toys exhibition at the Dubai International Financial Centre as one of 100 artists who added individual touches to a 20 cm-high white figurine. Her addition was a skeleton wearing a ghutra and headphones which portrayed the traditional yowla dance.


Al Saleh began her career as an artist in 2008. In 2009, she contributed her work to Emirati Expressions: Art from the Heart of the Emirates at Emirates Palace's Gallery One. Her first solo exhibition was held in summer 2010 in the Maraya Art Centre in Sharjah. Her second solo art exhibition was titled The Bright Side of the Bones and was held at the Dubai Community Theatre and Arts Centre's Gallery of Light in 2011. That same year Time Out Dubai included Al Saleh in a list of "Top 10 artists in Dubai."


Al Saleh was born in 1988 in Dubai where her family lived in a home they built off of Sheikh Zayed Road. At the age of 8, she began painting with oil paints on canvas with the help of her aunt, who was also an artist. She received a degree in interior design from Zayed University in January 2010.


Her painting On a Diet features a female skeleton sitting down for a meal. It is a commentary on dieting, eating disorders and how the desire to lose weight effects young women in the UAE. Mummy and I depicts a mother, covered in black abaya and scarf while clutching her infant. The painting is based on stories of mothers when the UAE gained independence in 1971.