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EARTH AND FIRE

It is rare to find such a survey of Southeast and East Asian ceramics in Europe. The exhibition is based on the Slunecko Collection in Austria and over 120 objects are on view. The display is arranged by country and then chronologically…

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GUO JIAN

Dissident Australian-Chinese artist Guo Jian lives in semi-rural isolation two hours north of Sydney on the New South Wales Central Coast, in a house large enough to swallow several families. His studio, once a large three-car garage is 100-square metres with…

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JAPAN’S GLOBAL BAROQUE

When two cultures encounter each other for the first time there is a danger of conflict, a clash of cultures. Whatever the result, the meeting will impact and force changes on both sides – for better or for worse. However, it can also be a time of….

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MINORITY TEXTILES

Referred to as the za, elderly women keep hundreds-of-years-worth of knowledge alive in songs and crafts in the village of Dimen. They work from dawn to dusk to support their families, make traditional products and sing at every occasion their get. Their iridescent indigo-dyed cloth…

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  • JADA SHOWS IN NEW YORK

    JADA SHOWS IN NEW YORK

    JADA GROUP SHOW The 10th annual Japanese Art Dealers Association group exhibition includes full members Erik Thomsen Gallery, Koichi Yanagi Oriental Fine Arts, Leighton …Read More »
FROM THE ARCHIVE
  • Garden of Unearthly Delights

    Garden of Unearthly Delights

    A MONSTER tsunami uproots a city. Modern tough guys lock samurai-style in battle. Candy-coloured streams of animals and flowers hyper-pixilate. These dramatic visual moments …Read More »
TRAVEL FEATURES
  • Vietnam

    Vietnam

    On my first morning in Hanoi I was woken by church bells from the nearby French Gothic Cathedral of St Joseph. The sensation of …Read More »