Naufal Abshar’s jigsaw paintings look at how personal choices colour our lives
Growing vegetal sculptures as an informed critic towards humanity and social circumstances, Émeric Chantier contemplates human’s physicality against the origins and future of nature.
Italian artist Gianfranco Zappettini presents fifty years of creative process in his ongoing solo exhibition
Southeast Asia scores both hits and misses at the 57th Venice Biennale — one more so than the other
Japanese contemporary artist Haruka Kojin plays with perspectives in her thought-provoking new window installation
Joining the ranks of luxury brands Tag Heuers and Michael Kors, Louis Vuitton makes its first foray into the world of smartwatches
88-year-old Taiwanese artist Chu Wei-Bor talks about his inspiration and the core concepts of his abstract art, deeply rooted in eastern philosophy.
L’Art de Cartier: French luxury goods brand Cartier presents new exhibitions in London and Paris