We welcome the concern that Mr. Vaizey and the media at large have expressed on this issue recently. We also welcome his determination to make meaningful changes in this area. In our opinion such an initiative is long overdue.
Layers London, an avant-garde fashion shop located in Mayfair, London are hosting ‘BITS’ exhibition, which consists of photography, painting and installation by two young artists Tzu Ting Wang, and Ash Lin, in store until the 31st of January.
Drawing from her own experiences, Yang Liu created minimalistic visualisations using simple symbols and shapes to convey just how different two cultures can be. The blue side represents Germany (or western culture) and the red side China (or eastern culture)
During next two years, AirPano will create aerial photo panoramas and virtual tours of the most significant places of the world. There are nearly 1500 aerial panoramas on our website showing over 150 famous locations of our planet, including North Pole, Antarctica, Mariana Trench, and even the Earth’s view from the stratosphere.
Sioin Queenie Liao is a free-lance artist living in California, USA. As a mother of three boys, she enjoys involving her children in her artworks, resulting in beautiful, delicately balanced and artistic photos.
This particular work, Vuitton Nana, mocks the notion of high art often seen in the art world today. It questions the viewer, “Now that it has brand logos all over it, does it taste better? Is it more expensive?”. The answer is evident as it rots and decays just like any other bananas.
The Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology of the University of Oxford has acquired a monumental sculpture by Taiwanese artist Ju Ming (b. 1938). Taichi Arch will be installed on the Museum’s main forecourt.
The Chinese Art Book brings a new introduction to the art of one of the world’s oldest civilisations. A collaboration of 300 artworks from the Neolithic period to the 21st century, The Chinese Art Book opens the door to 6000 years of Chinese art.
Japanese calligraphy is one of the most ancient and popular forms of fine art in Japan. Apart from being aesthetically pleasing to look at it also possesses charged philosophical meaning and instigates a form of higher contemplation.
China is the home to textile manufacturing. Having worked in the fashion industry and having had her own company, Su Ling Gyr always felt empathy to the workers behind the sewing machines. Their sweat is another mans bread. And another ones purchase.