August 16, 2019An exhibition in Tokyo celebrates the various changes Walkman has undergone through technological advancements and playful imagination over the years, while focusing in on people who have always lived with music close by their side.
August 15, 2019Sharon Chin invites the public to join her in a community sewing project called ''In the Skin of A Tiger: Monument To What We Want (Tugu Kita)', which is aimed at spreading hope for the country.
August 10, 2019Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia's 'Qajar Ceramics – Bridging Tradition And Modernity' exhibition offers a closer look at the distinctive characteristics of Qajar ceramics, highlighting their forms, aesthetics, and themes.
August 9, 2019Through her cartoons, Syrian woman Amani al-Ali has boldly challenged traditions to comment on life in the anti-regime bastion, and to condemn seeming international indifference to civilian deaths.
July 28, 2019Winnie Cheng, also known as ERYN, rolls out a solo debut exhibit that questions gender roles and stereotypes. Who gets to define, and what happens when those being defined don’t have a say?
July 21, 2019The Story Of Coffee exhibition at the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia (IAMM) in Kuala Lumpur is packed with interesting facts, stories and images revolving around coffee and its colourful, often tumultuous, history.
July 18, 2019So when 135,000 geeks and nerds invade San Diego this week for the 50th edition of Comic-Con - the world's largest celebration of pop culture - the event's humble beginnings will be a hot topic of discussion.
July 16, 2019If you are planning a European getaway this summer, make time to visit some of the continent's various art institutes, including the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam and Prado Museum in Madrid.
July 15, 2019'Sweet Harmony: Rave Today' is an immersive retrospective exhibition in London devoted to presenting a revolutionary survey of rave culture through the voices and lenses of those who experienced it.
July 10, 2019Amin Taasha’s art is a unique fusion of Asian cultural influences alongside post-contemporary art ideals, featuring ancient Persian script, Buddhist iconography and figures referencing 7th to 11th century Afghan miniature paintings; which join forces with Chinese ink-styled modified strokes.
July 7, 2019A team of volunteers at Belfast's Ulster Museum is putting the final touches to a 90m tapestry depicting all eight seasons of the fantasy saga 'Game Of Thrones', which reached its dramatic conclusion in May.
July 7, 2019'Leonardo – Opera Omnia' exhibit at National Art Gallery in KL presents the high-definition and full-scale digital reproductions of Leonardo da Vinci’s 17 artworks from different countries together in one exhibition space.
July 3, 2019Some 400 years of depictions of the Moon, particularly via photography, are going on display at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art ahead of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 landing.
The Met will unveil its Apollo's Muse: The Moon In The Age Of Photography on July 3, approximately two weeks before of the five-decade mark since...
June 24, 2019The Nobel Museum in Stockholm has been gifted Albert Einstein's first paper published after he received the Nobel Prize in 1922 and discussing his then still controversial relativity theory.
Swedish businessman Per Taube bought the handwritten two-page document at an auction for 110,000 euros (RM518,831) in December last year.
June 22, 2019Japan is no stranger to natural disasters. The country is earthquake-prone and is often hit by tsunamis, typhoons, volcanic eruptions and floods.
If you can’t fight nature, then what next? Run with it?
It is hardly surprising that much of Japan’s buildings, civil-engineering and landscape projects reflect this...
June 20, 2019Giant bunnies and a spectral moon are among the large inflatable artworks that are on display at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore – as part of the Floating Utopias exhibition which looks at how inflatable objects have been used in art, architecture and social activism over the years.
The eight inflatables featured are by...