Jean Paul Gaultier's touring exhibition has arrived in New York at the Brooklyn Museum. Semmi W. discovers the makings of a mastermind and his contributions to the world of fashion.
By Semmi W.
After presenting his work "Occupied Garden" during the 55th International Art Exhibition at Venice Biennale 2013, Palestinian artist Bashir Makhoul spoke with Cristina Fei about how Palestine is seen by the rest of the world beyond the ideas of conflict and occupation.
By Cristina Fei
A century ago, before Vogue had reached newsstands, the Journal des Dames et des Modes helped define fashion and lifestyle for Paris' upper class through its editorial pages and hand-printed illustrations. Now, Dublin's Chester Beatty Library celebrates this influential magazine with the Costumes Parisiens, Fashion Plates from 1912-1914 exhibition.
By Briana Palma
Project 2x1 is a short documentary about the culturally diverse Crown Heights, Brooklyn neighbourhood and the stories of the people living there today. Alexandra Sarabia spoke to one of the core founders to learn more about the team's primary use of Google Glass and how the local community has responded to the documentary.
By Alexandra Sarabia
London has no need for tacky slogans or grandiose pretensions to make itself identifiable. Instead, the concrete metropolis has one of the world's best recognised logos; an abstract work of art that has changed little over the past century. Andrew Adebowale ventures underground to pay homage to the transport system's circle-and-bar.
By Andrew Adebowale
Until recently, much of the erotic art associated with early-modern Japanese culture has been forbidden from public viewing. The 'Shunga: Sex and Pleasure in Japanese Art' exhibition currently at The British Museum allows a peek beneath the beautifully embroidered sheets.
By Katie Aske