The careers and the often-times-tragic histories of Cambodia’s “siren singers” from the last 50 years have been honoured in a new exhibition of paintings by Cambodian Space Project founder Julian Poulson.
Marika Els showcases her artworks that depict loss, death and rebirth, a search of a stable self and self-acceptance. Som Kanika was at her exhibition.
Music is back in Mosul, as are books and paintings. With the “Islamic State” group gone, locals are enjoying their newfound freedom and embracing culture. Will it last?
Tyl Kan sees all these “imperfections” in a positive way and showcases them on canvas under the theme “Flaws” to make people face their own insecurities and look at them in another, brighter perspective.
One of Russia’s most famous paintings, which depicts Tsar Ivan the Terrible cradling his dying son, has been damaged.