The Farjam Collection is one of the most impressive privately-owned collections in the world today. Featuring Islamic and pre-Islamic art, Contemporary Middle-Eastern art and International Modern and Contemporary Art, the Collection is born of a passion for art, exploration and travel, reflecting the affinities and tastes of a seasoned collector.  Through a timeless journey into art, it embodies the fusion of cultures and traditions between East and West.

The Islamic section of the collection spans the entire history of Islam, bringing together items produced throughout the vast region between Andalusia and Mughal India. Its treasures include Quranic manuscripts, miniatures and illustrated books on science, mathematics and poetry, as well as finely-decorated metalwork, lacquer, glasswork, tiles, glazed pottery, woodwork, textiles, coins, jewelry, and fine carpets.

The Modern and Contemporary Middle-Eastern section of the Collection is one of the foremost collections of its kind including pivotal works by Farhad Moshiri, Mohammad Ehsaei, Abdul Qader Al Raes and Ahmed Moustafa to name a few.  From established to emerging and cutting edge, the artists featured mirror the rich and dynamic Middle-Eastern art scene. 

The Modern and Contemporary section of the Collection includes major pieces from the Impressionist, Expressionist, Modern, Pop, Minimal and Conceptual art movements.  Its growing range of works includes international Modern and Contemporary masters such as Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Georges Braque, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Joan Miro, Fernand Leger, Alberto Giacometti, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Anselm Kiefer, Anish Kapoor and Gerhard Richter. 

Selected works from the collection are on view free of charge to the public through a series of curated exhibitions held at The Farjam Foundation at the Dubai International Financial Centre in Dubai (DIFC). A programme of educational events offers audiences the opportunity to learn more about the works on view and the context in which they were produced.