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.
Art Republik takes a look at the funny side of life with Naufal Abshar.
Art Republik delves into the world of Jun Takahashi and learns more about what drives him.
Art Republik ventures to the end of the rainbow with Dawn Ng, to find out just what it took to create the artwork that sits in the brand’s Singapore Flagship.
Any possession that was once owned by the famous Brontë family, is sure to command a high price.
Art Republik steps into the void with Singaporean artist June Lee.
Coined the Suzanne Deal Booth Art Prize, its reward amount places it among one of the highest in the art world, on par with awards from the Guggenheim museum.
Good news for art fans in the Big Apple: more European art spaces are seeking to open galleries in New York.
The photographer, famed for legitimizing color photography, will have 100 of his works on display in the retrospective exhibition.
Getty Center welcomes new exhibition till later this year as part of a collaboration with the Tate London.
Art Republik takes a look at Italy’s finest: Marcello Lo Giudice, Umberto Mariani and Gianfranco Meggiato.
A Brazilian graffiti artist and his team race against time to complete the massive graffiti art before the Olympic Games commences next month.
Only four high jewelry exhibitors are left. The art fair will also undergo many changes, including its inaugural haute horlogerie display.
For the first time ever, precious historical pieces from the Palace of Versailles will be exhibited outside of France.