Published: Jan 14, 2022
Staged from 21-26 January 2022, this six-day exhibition will transport guests through a living gallery of original artworks, sculptures and installations, with workshops, DJ parties and light shows
Published: Apr 10, 2021
"Until you have seen the Sistine Chapel," the German poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe wrote in "Italian Journey," an account of his travels across Italy in the 1780s, "you can have no adequate conception of what man is capable of accomplishing."
Published: Mar 24, 2021
Chiang Mai University’s (CMU) Faculty of Fine Arts came out to defend itself after being criticised for removing certain art installations at an exhibition, saying: “We decided to move the art pieces since they could be seen as illegal things.”
Published: Mar 12, 2021
The Bangkok Art Biennale 2020 festival, or BAB2020, was more successful than expected despite the Covid-19 crisis gripping the world and the political conflict in Thailand last year, Apinan Poshyananda, the artistic director of the event, told the media on Wednesday.
Published: Feb 09, 2021
WASHINGTON - Months spent in the sun and rain has warped the wooden works of art. They've been tagged and scrawled on, disassembled and pulled down from the windows that sat boarded up for months.
Published: Oct 26, 2020
The Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) painter Wu Bin's long scroll Ten Views of a Fantastic Rock was sold for 512.9 million yuan ($76.6 million) at the 15th Anniversary Celebration of Beijing Poly Auction on Sunday, marking the highest auction price for ancient Chinese artworks.