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Where music, robots and cartoons converge

Multiple exhibitions are ongoing at HOW Art Museum. Last week, “Colin Siyuan Chinnery: Voluntary Garden” kicked off. The exhibition provides visitors with immersive experiences of experimental sound ...

September 19, 2021, Sunday


Sculpture project cruises into Fengxian

THE second Shanghai Fish: Fengxian International Public Art Project themed “Youyi” (Cruise) kicked off in Fengxian District last week, inviting the public to share their ideas and visualize something ...

September 19, 2021, Sunday


German show traces Nazi-era artists’ success after the war

A new show examining how some of the Nazis’ favorite visual artists were able to successfully continue their work in postwar Germany is currently ongoing in Berlin. “Divinely Gifted. National Socialism’s ...

September 5, 2021, Sunday


Amsterdam to return Kandinsky work to prewar owners’ heirs

AMSTERDAM says it will return a valuable painting by Wassily Kandinsky to the heirs of a Jewish family that originally owned it, ending years of legal wrangling over the work that was sold at auction ...

September 5, 2021, Sunday


What links humans, nature and technology?

In many of artist Liu Chang’s digital art projects, she explores the deeper connections human beings have with nature and technology as a whole, and tries to use technology to remind people of the beauty,...

August 22, 2021, Sunday


Examining human bonds with high-tech art

Artist Liu Chang feels “obsessed and excited” when she uses data, algorithms, coding and other digital tools to make her artwork and projects, which mainly cover the topics of social interactions, the ...

August 15, 2021, Sunday


Finding inspiration in things small and public

A 2013 Japanese Ukiyoe exhibition at the British Museum sparked artist Liu Yi’s interest in small-scale paintings. A year later, he made a dozen copies of line drawings, sketching his wife sitting the ...

August 1, 2021, Sunday


A therapeutic tonic to overcome disabilities

FOR artist Liu Yi, art was his magic pill in those bed-ridden teenage years. Born congenitally malformed, Liu had his first surgery when he was 6 months old at Shanghai’s Xinhua Hospital. Since then, ...

July 25, 2021, Sunday


On a watery stage, La Scala conquers a new public

UNDER the night sky, dancers leaped on the wooden stage floating on an illuminated swimming pool, a fairytale experience from Milan’s La Scala as it seeks to reach a wider audience. The lights reflected ...

July 18, 2021, Sunday


Frida Kahlo’s art on a more intimate and immersive level

With larger-than-life projections of her work, music and journal extracts, a new exhibition aims to bring Mexican surrealist Frida Kahlo’s paintings to life to mark the 114th anniversary of her birth. “Frida. ...

July 11, 2021, Sunday




 

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