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28th July 2014

Thank you for your understanding." A staff member declined to elaborate to AFP, saying that the show had been "cancelled for internal reasons" and that management were working on an alternative project. Sun Mu, who is based in Seoul, told AFP that the ...full story

28th July 2014

Converse, Inc. will hold “Sneakers Clash”—a series of art installations by street artists who transform blank walls into massive art pieces. “Sneakers Clash” is inspired by the Spring 2014 Converse All Star sneaker collection, featuring dynamic color ...full story

27th July 2014

Among the 2013's Best Street Art, as listed by the online forum The VandalList are 24 works done by world renowned street artists like Mona Caron from San Francisco, Berlin-based Andreas “Case” von Chrzanowski, and the most famous of them all: Banksy.full story

27th July 2014

Juliette was then sent to China in 2006 to do a Bachelor's degree in visual communications at the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing. The first few months were the hardest, according to Juliette, being unable to communicate, but she soon got to ...full story

27th July 2014

The Head and the Heart's Oxford Art Factory performance, with its hectic tambourine playing, pitch perfect harmonies and folky melodies can probably be best summed up with the words of one of their own fans on the night, which he elatedly blurted to ...full story

27th July 2014

The renowned Dutch artist best known for his giant rubber ducky in Hong Kong, will create an extraordinary new sculpture to be situated in the River Thames at Nine Elms on the South Bank, central London's newest district. The piece is commissioned by ...full story

27th July 2014

Simon Birch is furious with Hong Kong. His home since 1997 is no longer a place where he can make art and he has had enough. "Well, I am planning to leave because Hong Kong sucks. The government has no vision. It has become more and more rigid.and more »full story

27th July 2014

Almost a decade ago, while working at The India Habitat Centre in New Delhi Sonal Singh was lucky to meet a lot of celebrated artists like Atul Dodiya, Subodh Gupta and Bharti Kher. "My introduction to Indian art was at an amazing level and I got very ...full story

27th July 2014

"I would not inflict this work on anyone else," says Sally Grace Bunker, a Hong Kong-based British botanical artist. "It's taking me six or seven hours a day, every day. And it's work that requires the utmost patience. Luckily, I have a lot of patience ...full story

27th July 2014

Over the past few months, Jeon has been doing his own residency within the Treasure Hill Artist Village (寶藏巖國際藝術村). This is a small pocket of foliage in Taipei, a former squatter community that has become a cultural preserve. Walk 12 minutes ...full story

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