Yiu Chun Wa graduated from the BAFA Program in 2016 that is jointly presented by Hong Kong Art School and RMIT University. He majored in Ceramics. The art shows elements and characteristics of local earth and discarded clay. The mixture of soil and clay creates a new life.
James Seet and his conversation with Janus, the two-faced god. 1.) Janus Past/Present Traditions and cultures have their roots in my past. This sculptural piece is faceted and each facet represents a glimpse into the past [Read more…]
A unique and one-of-a-kind, or rather once-in-five-years contemporary art exhibition is currently transforming the city of Kassel, Germany, until 17 September 2017. For 100 days, more than 160 international Documenta 14 artists show their work [Read more…]
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