Alserkal Avenue is a mechanical compound facilitating distribution centers in the modern zone of Al Quoz, in Dubai. As of late the zone has turned into an expressions and culture area for Dubai with lineup of exhibitions, offices and stages, for example, Alserkal Avenue that houses residencies for nearby and worldwide specialists. In March 2017, Alserkal Avenue initiated Concrete (Alserkal Avenue), its new space in the Avenue and the primary venture to be finished in the United Arab Emirates by the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA), established by Pritzker Architecture Prize Laureate Rem Koolhaas.
Initially a modern region comprising of thirty-nine distribution centers, the area advanced normally, with the primary exhibition, Ayyam Gallery, moving into the locale in 2008. The first distribution centers have since been changed over into craftsmanship exhibitions, outline studios, a private gallery and a performing expressions space.
After Carbon 12 Dubai, a standout amongst the most dynamic contemporary craftsmanship displays of the locale, moved to Alserkal Avenue in October 2009, different exhibitions took after, and the mechanical compound's capacity developed to wind up plainly a "point of convergence of imaginative action."
Alserkal Avenue is presently a blend of modern business and inventive spaces. It now houses more than 60 craftsmanship, outline and innovative scenes that incorporate establishments, private accumulations and group ventures. It is home to twenty-five contemporary workmanship displays and expressions spaces in a one-piece span, the most astounding grouping of craftsmanship exhibitions in one zone in the area.
Displays in Alserkal Avenue are particular and portrayed by singular projects that speak to rising, mid-vocation and built up specialists and in addition facilitating presentations, talks, board exchanges, youthful gatherer's closeouts and group occasions.
In March 2012, the range's designer, Abdelmonem Bin Eisa Alserkal, reported plans to twofold the measure of the craftsmanship region, including 62 units of shifting sizes to the current 39, and furthermore including an occasions focus and extra stopping, giving the region an aggregate territory of 92,000 square meters (990,000 sq ft). By September 2012 Alserkal Avenue had 20 craftsmanship spaces and the Al Quoz neighborhood had a sum of 33. The development was finished in 2015, multiplying Alserkal's area to around 500,000. That year, it propelled is customizing arm to help neighborhood ability, concentrating essentially on craftsmen from the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia.
Two contemporary workmanship displays from the locale, Gallery Isabelle van sanctum Eynde and Green Art Gallery, were chosen to take an interest in Art Basel in the Art Statements area, "without precedent for the historical backdrop of the district".