Art


Fashion designer listened to call of her art

There is something very different when judging a “canvas” created by Xu Nangezi....

September 14, 2019, Saturday


Big-name artists in the frame at Shanghai Art Fair

The 2019 Shanghai Art Fair kicked off yesterday at the ShanghaiMart and the Shanghai Convention &...

September 14, 2019, Saturday


London workshop art of crafting bespoke globes

IN 2008, Peter Bellerby set out to buy his father a high-quality handmade globe as an 80th birthday present. When he could not find one, the Briton decided to make it himself — and, in the process, catapulted ...

August 11, 2019, Sunday


Pole carves a Cairo cave with Biblical art

WHISTLING a tune, Mario nimbly clambered up the scaffolding enveloping part of the rock-hewn St Simon Monastery atop Cairo’s Mokkatam hills to add the final touches to his latest sculpture. He had spent ...

August 4, 2019, Sunday


All you need is love ... and a photographer

AN exhibition at the Shanghai Center of Photography presents kaleidoscopic manifestations of love and relationships in China in various times. Featuring four distinctive sets of photographic works, “Summer ...

July 14, 2019, Sunday


Artists face eviction as rents rise in Berlin

A cemetery has popped up outside a Berlin block of art studios called Treptow Ateliers, with half a dozen crosses marked “Demolition” or “Expulsion.” The small “graveyard” is an installation by painters, ...

July 7, 2019, Sunday


Preserving the art of Japan’s washi paper

ONCE an indispensable part of daily life in Japan, ultra-thin washi paper was used for everything from writing and painting to lampshades, umbrellas and sliding doors, but demand has plunged as lifestyles ...

June 23, 2019, Sunday


Exhibit explores state of art, mind and technology

IF art represents the state of people’s mind, then its form is in the process of being profoundly altered by technology. And that’s what the artist aaajiao (Xu Wenkai) wants to explore in his solo exhibition ...

May 19, 2019, Sunday


Keeping Tunisia’s ancient pottery craft alive

WITH bucket and spade in hand, Sabiha Ayari from Sejnane in northern Tunisia is among many women keeping alive an ancient tradition of creating pottery with all-natural materials. Using skills handed ...

May 19, 2019, Sunday


Shadows and light put architecture in focus

MOSTLY in black and white, French-Swiss photographer Helene Binet’s works on display at the Power Station of Art offer a new standpoint for viewers to approach architecture through the art of light and ...

May 12, 2019, Sunday




 

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