Publication date 22 March 2020 | 23:49 | ICT
Australian artist Morrison Polkinghorne has breathed new life into an old art form by utilising lotus plants to create a wide variety of pointillistic artwork.
Publication date 15 March 2020 | 22:27 | ICT
With a heart-shaped body made of metal scraps and legs that resemble vases, the bird looks up to the sky.
Publication date 08 March 2020 | 22:40 | ICT
Aiming to put the spotlight on the Kingdom’s best female entrepreneurs and designers, Cambodia’s Ultimate Lifestyle Trend (Cult) is holding a pop-up market this Saturday to mark International Women’s Day.
Publication date 05 March 2020 | 22:25 | ICT
On International Women’s Day, three art exhibitions will showcase at the KBach Gallery to celebrate and empower women and create positive discourse over gender equality in the Kingdom.
Publication date 05 March 2020 | 21:35 | ICT
Italy is marking 500 years since the death of Renaissance master Raphael with a blockbuster exhibition whose preparations were marred by a row over a treasured portrait some feared was too fragile to move.
Publication date 01 March 2020 | 21:54 | ICT
Encased in a glass dome filled with dried flowers and grass and decorated with beads, a pair of dolls clad in traditional wedding attire pose for a picture.
Publication date 27 February 2020 | 21:37 | ICT
Ngon Pok remembers his father and grandfather returning triumphantly to his tribal village in Myanmar’s far north with a human head , and the agony of the tattoo he was given to celebrate their victory.
Publication date 23 February 2020 | 21:29 | ICT
Vuthea, AGO and Srey Leak – three popular local artists from hip-hop label KlapYaHandz Records that have earned millions of views on YouTube – will showcase their talent alongside French artists in a concert in Paris later this mont
Publication date 19 February 2020 | 21:47 | ICT
A haunting refrain pierces the night as the tribeswomen of the Gongwang Bonyo, among the most isolated people in Myanmar, dance around a campfire to bless the harvest ahead.
Publication date 16 February 2020 | 21:47 | ICT
Just as the mythical Apsaras bring thumb and index finger together in a gesture known as ‘falling fruit’, so do garment workers use the same fingers to pick up a needle that helps them earn an income to support their families.