The British-Israeli artist and art psychotherapist continues her exploration of family heritage and of the malleability of memories in her latest solo exhibition in Singapore, Casa by Chloë Manasseh.
With the latest controversy surrounding its Satan Shoes, the Banksy of the Internet has done it again. Here’s what you need to know about how and why nothing is sacred to this band of merry pranksters.
Digital models like Miquela Sousa and Shudu Gram are becoming increasingly popular on social media — at the expense of real influencers.
The poet, writer and Singapore Literature Prize winner tackles femininity, queerness and occultism in her debut work, Gaze Back.
The Covid-19 pandemic has underscored the need for an entirely new approach to how we produce and consume. While environmental, social and governance standards of corporate risk disclosure are a necessary first step, the next should be unified metrics that enable assessment and comparison of companies’ wider impact on the world.
Love, freedom, imagination, respect — to the French-Georgian pianist and Cartier ambassador, these cannot be measured or limited.
Find Baby Yoda too cute to handle? You’re not alone. Just as we may find certain things cute, cute has a way of finding us too.
Pornhub as an avatar for social good? Not a far-fetched notion — just behold the brand’s attempt to recalibrate vice and virtue.
More than just being traditional or esoteric, Chinese visual arts is as relevant and essential to contemporary culture as our favourite shopping malls.