DUBAI: New York’s Guggenheim Museum has acquired five works by Emirati artist Mohamed Ahmed Ibrahim, according to a statement by his representing gallery, Lawrie Shabibi, in Dubai. 

Ibrahim, a prominent figure in UAE contemporary art, is known for his abstract and organic sculptures, many inspired by a deep connection to the local environment, particularly that of his hometown of Khor Fakkan, on the Gulf of Oman.

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