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Review: What Do You Want to Create Today?
October 26, 2014

Review: What Do You Want to Create Today?

By Kyla Ryan
How the unique qualities of Japanese culture influenced a successful businessman.

Thai Art in Bangkok
April 28, 2011

Thai Art in Bangkok

In Bangkok, one of Thailand’s top art universities is one of the best places to find home-grown talent.

April 21, 2011

Modern Art & Culture in Bangkok

Thailand’s capital offers many convenient spots for visitors wanting to get a feel for its vibrant arts and culture scene.

April 14, 2011

A Whole Lot of Art in Bangkok

There are plenty of art spots to explore in Bangkok, but the centrally located Silom Galleria is a perfect place to start.

March 23, 2011

Earthquake & Tsunami Art Relief

Gallerists and museums around the world come up with creative ways to help the victims of the Japan disaster.

March 19, 2011

Tokyo: Searching for Comfort

Tokyo is still reeling from the devastating earthquake and tsunami. Art can help people in the healing process.

March 10, 2011

Art and Automobiles

Tomohiro Todoroki is an inspirational Japanese artist who uses unconventional events as vehicles for his art.

In Need of Sensuality and Hype?
March 03, 2011

In Need of Sensuality and Hype?

Japan’s ‘soft and cute’ contemporary art scene could do with some more political and sexual flair.

Five Art Universities at NACT
February 24, 2011

Five Art Universities at NACT

Works by over 400 artists from 5 Japanese art schools have come together at one Tokyo art museum.

In Search of New Japanese Artists
February 17, 2011

In Search of New Japanese Artists

Art is a reflection of society. Does a lack of emerging talent from top art schools reflect a passionless Japan?

February 10, 2011

One Job, Two Settings

In Japan students and artists alike find it difficult to deviate from the norm. Both art and a sense of community can help.

February 03, 2011

Let The Art Talk

One of the worst things gallery staff can do is talk excessively. It’s key to let viewers and art connect in silence.

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