Home interior and design exhibitions look set to take over Paris; we scoured the net and found six you should include in your itinerary.
Till the end of August, STPI will showcase the works of Zao Wou-Ki, a French-Chinese artist in “Zao Wou-Ki: No Boundaries” exhibition.
The artist brings her memories and love for nature together for a new solo exhibition in Singapore.
Art Republik speaks to Boo Junfeng about twice making it to Cannes with his second feature film.
Deep in the heart of a medieval monastery in Nepal’s remote Upper Mustang region, the battle to restore sacred murals and preserve traditional Tibetan Buddhist culture is in full swing.
Long-dead German artist Albrecht Duerer is causing a stir after a collector donated a lost work, bought for a few euros at a flea market, to a museum.
Art Republik eases up to the unsettling works of Michaël Borremans.
Art Republik gets up and sticky with Max Zorn.
Icelandic artist Kristjana S. Williams transforms the Belmond Copacabana Palace with a stunning light display, alongside other art exhibitions at the property.
Art Republik does a double-take at the artworks of Son Seock.
With Art Stage Jakarta swinging round the corner this weekend, here’s a sneak peek into four of the artists that will be exhibiting.
Art Republik mindfully takes in the world with Haffendi Anuar.
Buoyed by a growing middle class and interest from international buyers, numerous boutique galleries and artists’ communities have sprung up in Indonesia.
Titled Expose, the inaugural Art Stage Jakarta will display works from the renowned private collections of six Indonesian collectors.
Art Republik takes to the streets with Mr Brainwash.
Art Republik takes us through the new Prada Fondazione, and explains the design process behind the creative space.
Not only is this T.O.P.’s curatorial debut, this is also the first time Sotheby’s has tapped on a young collector to curate.
The artist’s work, Le Christ au jardin des Oliviers, once thought to be lost, will be restored, live in front of visitors.
Art Republik explores Sydney’s art scene, and offers ideas for a long weekend.
Marking the dance company’s 60th anniversary since its first foreign appearance, one can expect only the very best dancers, choreographers and performances.