Featuring 24 oil-on-canvas paintings, Wings of Tomorrow is an exhibition of new work by the emerging Battambang-based artist Pen Robit that was organised as a collaborative effort between Silapak Trotchaek Pneik (STP) and Richard Koh Fine Art (RKFA).
On a frosty morning in London’s Hyde Park, onlookers aim their mobile phones at the top of the Serpentine Gallery.
Teams of daring young men grappled in the dirt with furious bucking bulls on Monday at an often-lethal Indian festival that has been a proverbial red rag to animal rights activists.
One evening last month at an art gallery in the capital, those attending arrived and saw a wall filled with photos and pictures – both film prints and paintings – combined together in an undeniably creative and stunning presentation that conveyed a sense of many different cultures and religions
The marriage of Nefie Eminkova, 21, and her fiance Schaban Kiselov, 24, is an extravaganza of bright colours, flowers, feasting and dancing. But the bride, who comes from Bulgaria’s Pomak minority, can see none of it.
Growing up in Brooklyn, New York, Cambodian-American sisters Edo and Eyen Chorm have always felt a deep affinity for their Cambodian heritage and roots.
On a quiet street lined with orange trees, sheltered from the hustle and bustle of Greece’s capital Athens, lies the house of renowned contemporary artist Alekos Fassianos.
In a Vienna museum, Nazi-era art crams two small rooms, some still in storage boxes.
Throughout the course of the pandemic, artist and activist Adana Mam-Legros and her organisation Generation C – which she is president and co-founder of – have been actively uplifting people and issuing a wakeup call to society by talking about the things that really matter in the world from
The 2022 Hoi An Lantern Festival, a special cultural and art event in Vietnam, opened on December 25 at the Hoi An Memories Island, just in time to celebrate Christmas and welcome in the New Year.