Art


US photographer can’t get enough of China

FOR more than three decades, American photographer Lois Conner has been on the road — exploring the world and observing the landscape and its people through the lens of her distinctive large-format camera. China ...

April 15, 2018, Sunday


Famed John Moores Painting Prize exhibits on show

Presenting different movements, avant-garde, techniques and styles, 116 contemporary masterpieces shortlisted by John Moores Painting Prize are being exhibited at Shanghai Minsheng Art Museum....

April 15, 2018, Sunday


LA couple premiere contemporary exhibit

FOLLOWING the long stairs down to the BANK gallery, there is a novel webcam video created by Petra Cortright and Marc Horowitz, a married couple but also two independent contemporary artists based in ...

April 15, 2018, Sunday


George Lucas breaks art museum ground

Wielding a silver shovel instead of a lightsaber, “Star Wars” creator George Lucas joined a handful of elected officials this week in breaking ground on a billion-dollar museum dedicated to the art of...

March 18, 2018, Sunday


Now starring: city’s ‘Queen of the Movies’

SOME 200 photos of legendary Chinese movie star Hu Die, most rarely seen in public before, are on display at Shanghai Center of Photography on the West Bund, giving the audience a glimpse of the actress’ ...

February 11, 2018, Sunday


Louvre displays Nazi-looted art in bid to find heirs

The Louvre Museum is putting 31 paintings on permanent display in an effort to find the rightful owners of works of art looted by Nazis during World War II....

February 4, 2018, Sunday


Vegas’ neon signs set to shine once more

AS Frank Sinatra asks Lady Luck to stick around, the neon red lights of one of Las Vegas’ most famous towering signs appears to dance under the night sky, revealing a beating heart and the rest of the ...

February 4, 2018, Sunday


US artist inspired by unusual aspects of life

IT’S unlikely many people will get excited over the guts of a fish, sores on human skin or a half-eaten peach. But Mary A. Johnson, an American artist and lecturer at Beijing’s Central Academy of Fine ...

January 28, 2018, Sunday


Japan sewers clean up dirt with manhole art

JAPAN’S sewerage industry has found a way to clean up its dirty and smelly image: elaborately designed and colorful manhole covers with 12,000 local varieties nationwide — including, of course, a Hello ...

January 21, 2018, Sunday


Berlin’s town hall ensures clubbers can party on down

IT’S a familiar story across the Western world: A heated property market and complaints from the neighbors are squeezing nightlife in the big city. But in Berlin, known for its nightlife and understated ...

December 17, 2017, Sunday




 

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