Colette Miller has hand-painted giant wings onto glass panels on level 124 and 125 of the Burj Khalifa
The Burj Khalifa has a new Instagram-worthy spot
Dubai will never have to worry about being a city that has a shortage of Instagram-worthy places. One of the most popular is the Burj Khalifa. After all, it's the world's tallest building. From iconic shots of the outside to selfies from the very top, it’s no surprise to see the iconic structure pop up on social media.
However, a new art installation is about to give it another Instagram-worthy push.
American visual artist Colette Miller has brought her hand-painted wings contemporary art installation titled 'Global Angels Wings Project' to the top of the Burj Khalifa.
The project started on the streets of Los Angeles in 2012 and has since gone global with wings being painted in Kenya, Australia, Japan, China, Europe, Mexico and more.
To find the interactive piece, head to levels 124 and 125, where the hand-painted, colourful wings are spread across panels with the Dubai landscape in the background.
Here's a peek at how it looks:
Tickets start at Dh135. To book, visit www.burjkhalifa.ae or visit the lower ground floor of The Dubai Mall. For more information, call 800 288 43867