Experience Take Part Today Find out about everything we have to offer and start planning your next visit. Explore our exhibitions and learn more about our incredible collection. View our museums and galleries, heritage sites and public art initiatives below. - Any - Public art Museums & galleries Cultural heritage YEARS OF CULTURE Filter by Tag moreAl ZubarahArchitectureCollectionCompetitionContemporary ArtEventExhibitionFacilityHeritage SiteMathafMIARestoration ProjectSculptureSportVenue - Any - On now Future Past Clear Filter Showing 12 stories- On nowFuturePastView: List | Map Airport installations –Inspiration for travellers These pieces prove that art can be enjoyed far beyond the confines of a gallery. The Miraculous Journey by Damien Hirst–Wonder and awe This bold commission instills wonder and awe, and celebrates the beauty of life. East-west / West-east by Richard Serra–Sculpture in the desert This breathtaking piece will stimulate conversation and open minds. Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art–An Arab perspective on modern art This is a boundary-breaking museum that asks the local community to celebrate the present-day creativity of the Arab world. TEMPORARY PUBLIC ART We commission and invite artists to create temporary public art that can respond to certain ongoing events and encourage dialogue amongst the community. Lusail Handball Installations–Reaching High These pieces celebrate Qatar's commitment to Handball and connect art and sport in the city of Lusail. Maman by Louise Bourgeois –Power of placement This piece stops residents and visitors alike in their tracks, allowing them to encounter art in an everyday setting. Smoke by Tony Smith–A Monumental Work of Art A monumental asymmetric network rising from the ground in West Bay. Qatar University Installations–Lighting up Campus A series of installations around the common theme of light, that decorate the campus. Gandhi’s Three Monkeys by Subodh Gupta–An arresting installation Placed in Katara, the bustling cultural village, these sculptures capture attention. 7 by Richard Serra–Strength in numbers This sculpture pays homage to the spiritual significance of the number seven in Islamic culture. Perceval by Sarah Lucas–A slice of British culture A sculpture of a shire horse in Doha's Aspire Park makes for a striking juxtaposition between subject and place.