Publication date 26 January 2020 | 21:26 | ICT
The annual Cambodia Urban Art Festival is gearing up for another round of creative fun in Siem Reap until January 29, following its conclusion of activities in the capital on Sunday.
Publication date 21 January 2020 | 21:08 | ICT
A gloomy self-portrait by Vincent van Gogh was declared genuine on Monday after decades of uncertainty, experts identifying it as the only work painted by the Dutch master while he suffered from psychosis.
Publication date 20 January 2020 | 20:57 | ICT
Mamadou Boye Diallo, an art curator with a penchant for heart-shaped glasses, calls Dakar's working-class Medina neighbourhood an open-air museum.
Publication date 19 January 2020 | 21:06 | ICT
The upcoming local film, Fathers, has drawn a huge social media following ahead of its premiere on January 30.
Publication date 16 January 2020 | 21:44 | ICT
The battered faces of Michelle Obama, Hillary Clinton and Angela Merkel stare out of posters in Milan created by Italian artist AleXsandro Palombo to raise awareness of violence against women.
Publication date 12 January 2020 | 20:39 | ICT
In a country with no formal recycling system, edjais – the Kingdom’s informal waste pickers – have taken the noble responsibility of collecting plastic wastes which are haphazardly thrown on the streets of Phnom Penh.
Publication date 09 January 2020 | 21:38 | ICT
Mikail Akar doesn’t flinch as the cameras click around him. Born in 2012, the German artistic prodigy has spent half his life in the limelight.
Publication date 05 January 2020 | 21:16 | ICT
What initially began as a simple restoration of a dilapidated piano has transformed into a night of music featuring three gifted pianists at the Kantha Bopha Auditorium in Siem Reap.
Publication date 02 January 2020 | 21:00 | ICT
In an era of on-screen entertainment, a simple glove puppet named Aragoz still lures Egyptian audiences with comic sketches showing how wits and skill can defeat the thuggish and corrupt.
Publication date 02 January 2020 | 20:53 | ICT
Dozens of workers toil through the night coating thin lengths of bamboo in herbs, spices and richly coloured powders to create incense sticks that are spread out under the rising sun to dry.