'Everything just happened.' Isn't it? When British artist George Morton-Clark promised to dedicate his first live creation to Taiwan Esquire Esquire Taiwan International Edition.
Malaysian artist, Shafiq Nordin takes no prisoners when illustrating certain nefarious forces as the skinless muscle-bounded beasts they are.
The sunset rays shine on the pitch-black wings of a flying bird and make its feathers gleam like sliver. This is a familiar imagery in the artworks by Igor Dobrowolski, a young street artist from Pola
Yoshitomo Nara takes centre stage on the second day of Hong Kong auction week as his records were broken shortly one after another today. His installation art _Not Everything but/ Green House _was sol
The artist Chang Teng-Yuan creates several artworks, and remind everyone to do epidemic prevention work. In addition, these works are also for benefit charity on '藝起加油 #artistsupportpledgetw'.
JUXTAPOZ release the latest interview with Japanese B-boy Japanese artist Taku Obata. In addition to in-depth discussion on the creative process, the interview also further understands the artist's cr
Yuichi Hirako, a Japanese artist, with the theme of the coexistence of plants and humans. The idea inspired by the graduation project when he was studying at Wimbledon College of Arts in England. Crea
With 2.4m Instagram followers, a $14.8m sale and brawls for his T-shirts in Uniqlo, is the artist dismissed as 'conceptually bankrupt' more than just a pop culture craze?
I WAS FINISHING UP A ONE-MONTH STAY AT JOAN MITCHELL'S HOUSE in France when I met Joyce. It was July 1981, and Joan had awed me with tales of affairs with Giacometti and Beckett while dissecting my ch
Painter Joyce Pensato spent most of her life within blocks of the Brooklyn street where she grew up, working in semi-obscurity some decades before the neighbourhood turned remotely hip. Long admired b
With its cast of big-eyed, childlike "kawaii" characters, Mr.'s art may appear playful and carefree—but there's a darkness that lurks behind the 49-year-old Japanese artist's paintings.
Yoshitomo Nara loves mountains—a lingering fixation stemming from his birthplace in mountainous northern Japan. But it is at his own gallery space, N's YARD in Nasushiobara, where I meet with the art
My most recent visit to the Rockaways was to experience Yayoi Kusama’s magnificent Narcissus Garden (1966–present) in a still intact if ramshackle former train repair facility, dating to the time wh
First presented by the artist as an unofficial project outside the Italian pavilion at the 1966 Venice Biennale, Narcissus Garden (1966) consists of 1,500 reflective orbs spread throughout a space.
Art lovers and Instagram fanatics will both have a good reason to head to the Rockaways this summer: Yayoi Kusama's shimmering Narcissus Garden will be installed there starting July 1. The work is
'I met Jen when she was a baby !' Joyce Pensato tells her studio manager, Elizabeth Ferry, when I arrive. It's true that I met her about 14 years ago, in her former Williamsburg studio, and the exper
Surface Work, a survey show of women abstract artists across Victoria Miro’s Mayfair and Wharf Road galleries, reveals an alternative history of how much women have already achieved. From the examp
There are certain shows that change one's sense of art. Surface Work is one of them. Spread across two sites, it is nothing less than an anthology of abstract painting spanning an entire century, fr
Donald Trump will make an appearance of sorts at this year’s Art Central fair in Hong Kong. Visitors will find him in a 1930s-style living room hidden among the gallery booths filled with abstract pai
Seventeen years in the making, the documentary Kusama - Infinity, which premiered at this year's Sundance Film Festival, witnesses Yayoi Kusama moving from obscurity in late 1950s New York City to i
Glowing pumpkins, psychedelic polka dots and infinite mirror reflections: the grand dame of Japan's art world, Yayoi Kusama, has long been famed as the anti-queen of minimalism. So it might come as so
Chinese collectors have so quickly become a mainstay of the art market that it is easy to forget that wealthy Southeast Asian connoisseurs started buying contemporary art decades earlier.
Held over nine sites and including 33 artists, the first edition of the Honolulu Biennial takes place between 8 March and 8 May 2017. Entitled Middle of Now | Here, the Biennial challenges the idea
Like most private museums, Tasmania’s Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) is a reflection of the tastes of its founder—in this case the sex-and-death inclined David Walsh. Situated in an idyllic spot in