October 12, 2018Cuban artist Tania Bruguera's latest interactive installation at Tate Modern is made from a heat-sensitive material. The pieces can only be revealed by people collectively touching the floor, demonstrating people must work together to solve society's problems.
October 11, 2018London's Victoria and Albert museum's photography exhibition spans early daguerreotypes to contemporary digital images, exploring the history of photography through the lens of collecting and considering photography itself as a way of collecting the universe.
October 11, 2018Dozens of Hong Kong artists who sketched and illustrated the pro-democracy Umbrella Movement protests in 2014 have their works are on display as part of the British Museum’s 'I Object' exhibition in London.
October 10, 2018Russian street artist Julia Volchkova is back in Penang, welcoming all to witness her new artwork in progress on the side wall of the Penang Island City Council (MPPP) flat in Batu Lancang.
October 10, 2018Vishal, who is currently doing his A Levels at the Prince Of Wales Island International School in Penang, says, “Something about music struck a chord with me. I wanted to understand it and be a multi-instrumentalist so that I could play any instrument.”
October 9, 2018Indonesian artist Dadang Christanto is consumed by the events of a dark period in Indonesian history – the mass killing and communist purge of 1965-66 that saw almost a million people murdered.
September 29, 2018Artist Libby Smith has lost 90% of her vision due to a rare condition called pars planitis. But that doesn’t stop her from pursuing her passion – painting. Her first solo exhibition, “Magical Beings”, is ongoing now through Oct 13, 2018.