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Historic Modern Art in Korea
September 08, 2010
Historic Modern Art in Korea
Asia’s oldest contemporary art fair is on now in a unique city…with an unforgettable history.
Historic Modern Art in Korea
Cinema Digital Seoul
August 18, 2010
Cinema Digital Seoul
South Korea remains ahead of the trend with this annual festival dedicated to digital film.
Cinema Digital Seoul
Asia Now
June 28, 2010
Asia Now
Asian talent from 11 countries featured as part of a large-scale LA design show.
Asia Now
April 27, 2010
The Indian Portrait
A global art report today from London on a unique collection of Indian portraits.
The Indian Portrait
‘Bibimbap’ Festival Flair
April 23, 2010
‘Bibimbap’ Festival Flair
Korea’s 2010 Jeonju Film Festival is like the favorite dish: colorful and diverse.
‘Bibimbap’ Festival Flair
Asian Cannes Contenders
April 19, 2010
Asian Cannes Contenders
Several promising Asian selections have made it into next month’s festival line-up.
Asian Cannes Contenders
No Extra Baggage
April 02, 2010
No Extra Baggage
Asian artists embark on a road trip, each equipped with one special suitcase.
No Extra Baggage
‘Mother’ of Movies
March 31, 2010
‘Mother’ of Movies
Korea’s movies to go the way of Hollywood blockbusters and 3-D gimmickry?
‘Mother’ of Movies
Loving the Big Picture
March 16, 2010
Loving the Big Picture
Thirty-one Kim Jong-ils and a peek into China’s new ‘capital of cool.’
Loving the Big Picture
February 18, 2010
When Life Becomes Art...
Thanks to the Internet, I’ve again been blessed with information I may have missed otherwise. A UK-based colleague has just informed me (by email) that acclaimed photojournalist Don McCullin, best known for capturing iconic images of conflicts in Vie
When Life Becomes Art...
February 01, 2010
India's Mozart Hits LA
The biggest annual music event in the West-the Grammys-has just wrapped up in the US. And thanks to the still-reverberating success of Slumdog Millionaire, India has made its mark again on the international scene, with renowned Indian music composer
India's Mozart Hits LA
January 21, 2010
Elvis Can be Anyone
‘Lip-curling and hip-swivelling are obligatory,’ travel guide Frommer’s advises potential attendees of the annual Parkes Elvis Festival in New South Wales, Australia. This year’s event took place earlier this month, and the 12,000 or so visitors that
Elvis Can be Anyone
December 21, 2009
When Art 'Thrills': Notes from a gallery down under
6th Triennial visitors take in the work of Japanese sculptor Kohei Nawa.Highlighting the work of over 100 artists from 25 countries to ‘reflect the diversity of practices across Asia, the Pacific and Australia,’ the 6th Asia Pacific Triennial of Cont
When Art 'Thrills': Notes from a gallery down under
November 20, 2009
Made in Japan - but coming soon to Australia
The Japanese Film Festival in Australia starts early next week. It opens in Sydney on November 24 and closes December 1 in Melbourne. And if Time Out Sydney’s anticipatory blurb, calling this year’s 21 selections ‘the best and brightest of Japanese c
Made in Japan - but coming soon to Australia
November 13, 2009
Pakistan Talent: More than meets the headlines
Right now, ‘Pakistan’ is flooding my news feeds and making headlines across the internet, though in doing so it is sadly reinforcing the tendency these days to associate the country with unrest and violence. Today it is a bombing at a spy agency that
Pakistan Talent: More than meets the headlines
November 10, 2009
Real China in (a lot of) photos
Last week there was a truly fantastic photo shoot of the annual camel fair in Rajasthan, India, featured in the Boston Globe. The high quality of the pictures reminded me of another great exhibition currently being shown over at the China Institute G
Real China in (a lot of) photos
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