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19th July 2014

When NDTV spoke to Mr Bharany, he said he had inherited the passion for collecting a variety of art from his late father who did business in whatever pleased his eyes and went on to establish the treasure-trove of 'The House of Bharany's' which has ...full story

18th July 2014

The idea of converting data into a sensory experience is a recurring feature of “Mission [Space × Art]“; black-and-white images and sculptures by Kohei Nawa are formed by the action of gravity on paint and an earth-bound work by Takuro Osaka is a grid ...full story

18th July 2014

Featuring what is believed to be the world's tallest Snoopy statue, an art installation inspired by the famous Peanuts dog has made its debut in Hong Kong. The show by Yoshiteru Otani, a Japanese artist best known for his Peanuts-inspired work, takes ...full story

16th July 2014

In his first television interview, the elderly artist whose look-alike paintings in the styles of Abstract Expressionists including Mark Rothko and Jackson Pollock fooled experts and sent shock waves through the art world claims he was ”shocked” to ...full story

15th July 2014

The upcoming "Ink of Two Cities - Shenzhen & Hong Kong Metropolitan Ink Painting Exhibition" is the fruit of a collaboration that dates back to 2006 when Yang from Shenzhen and Hongkonger Wong first organised a cross-border cultural exchange. "In the ...full story

14th July 2014

The Japan Culture Center of Western New York, in partnership with the Castellani Art Museum of Niagara University, is proud to announce a new exhibition showcasing the work of Sarah Brayer, a Rochester-born artist living in Kyoto. Since the 1980s ...full story

14th July 2014

Captivated by Japan's bewildering calligraphy, its art history and the Mars-like surface of Mount Aso, he left London's galleries for Tokyo in 2010. He currently teaches fine art and English in Shibuya, but spends his weekends stumbling across public ...full story

13th July 2014

Local cafe The Connoisseur Concerto (TCC) is exhibiting a selection of such three-dimensional art at its gallery in Circular Road. The exhibition PantoneMyArt – 3-D In Colour runs until Oct 6, showcasing works from Singaporean artists such as Benjamin ...full story

12th July 2014

Of the interactive art exhibitions happening in Beijing, the most interesting shows go beyond responding to an artist's work by offering visitors active participation in creating new art. At the Today Art Museum, for instance, Swiss photographer Hannes ...full story

12th July 2014

One great discovery was Park Seungmo's mind-blowing hanging steel mesh works from Seoul's Keumsan Gallery. The artist creates his relief sculptures by layering the mesh and then cutting it away as if he's drawing on the unusual material. The end result ...full story

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