The quintessentially British brand is pulling out all the stops for the Queen’s 70th year on the throne.
The Chinese artist and scholar explains her fascination with the age-old discipline.
A creative bent led Amy Long to leave her plum role in the energy industry and help broker a more lucrative career for Asian artisans as the general manager of Vermillion.
The bon vivant’s personal belongings, including his custom steel meteorite chef’s knife, are on display at the restaurant.
Industry insiders talk cultural relevance, emerging artforms such as NFTs and the return of the physical art fair.
As he releases his memoir, Ai Weiwei speaks to Rory Sullivan about burning his first copy, remembering his father and what living in the US taught him.
The iconic artist’s oeuvre includes rarely seen sculptures and sketches, plus vivid documentation of Singapore’s urbanisation journey.
The surreal event featuring Andy Warhol and Beeple blurred lines between physical and digital spaces.
Having given rise to hotly anticipated collaborations with artists and fashion houses, the designer collectible toy market is ripe for the picking.
Customers can sip on artisanal coffee and tea at the immersive space, which showcases works by local artists.
In Paris, Europe’s boutique art fair dedicated to Asian contemporary art (21 to 24 October) spotlights Iran.
Prune Nourry, the NYC- and Paris-based artist who used her cancer diagnosis as raw material to create, is now holding an exhibition in Paris featuring blind individuals who surmounted their disabilities to emerge stronger.