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‘Beauty doesn’t have to be pretty’: iconic designer Kawakubo honored

TWISTS, knots, curls and folds: the fantastical, boundary-pushing creations of legendary designer Rei Kawakubo explore the space where fashion ends and art begins. The Japanese designer, who founded ...

May 7, 2017, Sunday

Xintiandi Festival features Turkish marbling

SHANGHAI art lovers will soon have the opportunity to see Turkish artist Garip Ay’s recreation of Van Gogh’s painting on the surface of water during the 2017 Xintiandi Festival from May 25 to June 3. A ...

May 7, 2017, Sunday

‘Massacre’ nightclub to become museum

THE Pulse nightclub in Florida, where 49 people died in an attack last year by a gunman who swore fealty to the Islamic State group, is to become a museum, its owner has announced. A landmark for the ...

May 7, 2017, Sunday

Handmade works depict imagination

FRENCH artist Lilian Daubisse is bringing his unbridled imagination to Shanghai by creating the 2017 Spring window installations at the Maison Hermes on Huaihai Road M. The artist is best known for his ...

April 2, 2017, Sunday

Art of ‘sitting on eggs until they hatch’

THE French artist who spent a week entombed inside a rock began an even more bizarre feat on Wednesday — sitting on a dozen eggs until they hatch. Abraham Poincheval aims to become a “human hen” by sitting ...

April 2, 2017, Sunday

A glimpse into history of selfies

FROM Old Masters’ self-portraits to contemporary selfies taken on phones, a London exhibition explores the creative potential of a mode of expression whose modern form is often derided as inane. The ...

April 2, 2017, Sunday

Exhibition turns idea of ‘home’ inside out

A giant kitchen grater with menacing blades, an ironing board festooned with penises and Marcel Duchamp’s repurposed urinal greet visitors to the Israel Museum’s new show “No Place Like Home.” The exhibition ...

March 5, 2017, Sunday

Tempera students show their work

AT University of Shanghai for Science and Technology, visitors can see an imitation of Sandro Botticelli’s “The Birth of Venus” as well as other works created using the same fresco-painting techniques ...

March 5, 2017, Sunday

First-edition Japanese prints on view

POLISH-FRENCH art enthusiast Jerzy Leskowicz is obsessed with first-edition Japanese woodblock prints. Part of that collection goes on display this weekend in Poland at the National Museum in Warsaw, ...

March 5, 2017, Sunday

Controversial shot wins top World Press Photo Award

BRANDISHING a gun, his face contorted with rage, the shocking image of an off-duty Turkish policeman assassinating the Russian envoy to Turkey won the prestigious World Press Photo Award this week. Judges ...

February 19, 2017, Sunday


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