Fast tour through Sharjah Biennial 11, 13 March - 13 May 2013. A selection of art works at different venues.
Five new exhibition buildings of the Sharjah Art Foundation, inaugurated for SB11. Approx. 20,000 square feet of interior space, connected by courtyards, alleyways and rooftop terraces.
Rebuilt heritage houses, spaces in process of reconstruction in the old city of Sharjah. Boat trip across the Sharjah Creek.
Art and culture institutions and other venues around the Calligraphy Square in the Eastern part of the Heritage Area.
Before the building of the Sharjah Islamic Bank gets demolished, it is used as a venue for SB11. Works in the public space along Bank Street.
Art venue of the Sharjah Art Foundation for exhibitions, art events, and workshops. Used to house the Ruler's collection.
Works and performances in the public space on the Arts Square, in one of the oldest areas of Sharjah where important art venues are located.
A restored creek-side house in the Arts Area with artists' studios and gallery spaces surrounding a large courtyard.
This year, the Biennial uses only a section at the upper floor of the main building of the museum as an exhibition venue.
Renovated three-storey heritage building from the 19th century. Venue for changing exhibitions, workshops, and events.