Our most recent stories spanning the world of art and creativity from Asia and beyond, filed from our global roster of correspondents and photographers
We offer an overview of Setouchi Triennale’s fourth edition and speak with artist Yasuaki Igarashi whose work resonates with the festival’s theme, Restoration of the Sea
Melbourne-based Taiwanese contemporary artist Zhu Ohmu explores the concept of slowness and the handmade in an era of instant gratification and mass production
Today Gagosian Paris opens its first exhibition of the Japanese-French artist’s ceramic sculptures and paintings. Earlier this week, Klossowska de Rola spoke with us about her influences, the exhibition and her collaboration with Astier de Villatte
Just last Friday, following a three-year hiatus, the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo reopened, sporting a minimalist update by Jo Nagasaka of Schemata Architects
Here’s just some of what we saw at the opening of Hong Kong’s hippest art event
Studio Swine explores the invisible elements that shape our environment
Korean photographer Kim Woo Young talks about his path to becoming an artist and why he chooses an analogue approach
Iconic Hong Kong artist Luis Chan’s fantastic beasts and how he found them
Founded in 2000, Asia Art Archive has grown from a handful of catalogues in an unassuming office into one of the region’s most critical art institutions
The legendary Serpentine Pavilion opens its first architectural installation outside of the UK in the heart of the Chinese capital
In a leafy São Paulo suburb, the brutalist home and studio and of Japanese Brazilian artist Tomie Ohtake
A conversation with inventor and solar designer Marjan van Aubel, named Swarovski Designer of the Future
On the occasion of David Zwirner Gallery opening in Hong Kong, an exclusive interview with Annabelle Selldorf, architect to the arts world
On the occasion of the inaugural exhibition of Objets Nomades by Louis Vuitton in Hong Kong, regular Design Anthology contributor Catherine Shaw speaks with designer André Fu about his design process and his addition to the collection
On the occasion of his bi-city retrospective, an exclusive interview with this leading figure in China's abstract expressionism movement
Two museums in Paris and Marrakesh pay homage to the life and work of designer Yves Saint Laurent
Prada unveils a new platform for the arts in an exquisite early 20th-century Shanghai villa
Hong Kong artist Kingsley Ng's latest installation highlights the city's progress in floodwater management
A group of international designers explore new directions for Tokyo's iconic JR Yamanote line
Enjoy this unabridged transcript of our discussion with rising Indonesian artist Natisa Jones , including insight into her childhood growing up in Bali, her creative process and showing her work at this year’s edition of Art Stage Jakarta.
Renowned multidisciplinary designer Alan and lifestyle purveyor colourliving are collaborating on a luxury gallery-style home to inspire visitors and launch a bespoke styling service covering art, homewares and furniture.
With the 2022 Winter Olympics fast approaching, Beijing has been pushing to refurbish old buildings and redevelop identified areas.
Yixing pottery has a lengthy history in China.
Karin Gustafsson, creative director of Swedish high-street brand COS, talks with us about its much talked about collaboration with Studio Swine at this year's Salone del Mobile
For the first installment in our extended online coverage from this year's Salone del Mobile Milan, an exclusive conversation between Design Anthology editor in chief Suzy Annetta and Japanese architect Azusa Murakami and British artist Alexander Groves of Studio Swine about their much-talked-about collaboration with COS at this year’s show.
In 2016, Philippines National Artist Benedicto Cabrera, popularly known as BenCab, became the first Asian artist to collaborate with Dutch brand Moooi Carpets.
Pon Ding is a cafe, independent bookstore, gallery and event space all rolled into one. ‘It’s more of a casual art museum, a creative institution,’ says Chen of the space.
Over the course of five days, a troop of seven urban sketchers from Singapore permeated Manila to experience the city through unconditioned senses and give visual record to their encounters.