As most people are aware, the Kingdom has very strict laws on the depiction of nudity when it’s done for prurient reasons, such as making pornography.
Takashi Murakami is known for blending pop art and Asian fine arts, but for his latest exhibition in New York, he is moving into the metaverse.
The National Museum of Singapore (NMS) – in collaboration with the Maybank Foundation – is holding an open call for artists to submit videos exploring the theme of intangible cultural heritage.
An artist from Kampot, Hom Rith, has drawn on sources of inspiration from his childhood for his exhibition at Raffles Les Royal Hotel in Phnom Penh at the hotel’s Le Phnom 1929 restaurant where it is co-presented by Sra’Art Gallery and Open Studio Cambodia.
Battambang artist Chea Sereyroth’s new exhibition Quest weaves together the stories of people who have to move or migrate to survive.
Twenty works of art created by local legend Leang Seckon under the unifying theme Growing Wings will be exhibited at Hong Kong’s Rossi & Rossi Gallery on May 21.
Than Sok’s The Shapes of Water – or Kbach Teuk in Khmer – is a series of 18 compositions in acrylic paint on canvas with repeated motifs in blue, green, yellow ochre and gray backgrounds meant to represent water’s mobility and the transformations it has undergone from the ancient past on through to
A major Walter Sickert retrospective opens at London’s Tate Britain Gallery on Thursday, with more than 150 works showcasing the revolutionary British painter.
EdoEyen, an online jewellery brand inspired by Khmer art founded in June, 2020 by sisters Edo and Eyen, has partnered with the Smithsonian Museum of Asian Art to sell their pieces in the museum’s gift shop.
Rio de Janeiro’s carnival, a glittering, sequin-studded festival of the flesh, exploded back to life Friday with the first famed samba school parades since Covid-19 started devastating Brazil.