The Indian national flower, Lotus (Nelumbo nucifera), profoundly inspires the country’s ancient and modern culture, art, and literary richness.
At the crossroads between realism and fantasy, fanciful decoration and meaningful symbolism, and admiration and condescension lies Orientalism.
If Indiana Jones had been a student of Tibetan Buddhism, he might have turned out to be Moke Moketoff. He lives in New York now, working as a private art dealer.
Primarily, though, it’s a place for home decorators and art lovers to explore what’s happening, meet artists, and maybe purchase something they love.
Given the rise in other areas of Asian art, Japanese art now looks quite reasonable by comparison, a fact that astute collectors are taking full advantage of.
In New York City’s rich and shifting art world is a fixed point of classical learning—the Grand Central Academy of Art (GCA).
This video shows Seb Lester, a type designer, writing the letters A to M in Blackletter, or Gothic script.
A man draws with sand at a business conference in Seoul, Korea, using different techniques of casting and removing sand.
“The visual challenges are, for a lot of people, particularly difficult where there are depictions of death, dying, and, of course, the disturbing organ harvesting, which is [...]
Birds in the Art of Japan exhibition just opened at The Sackler Wing Galleries for the Arts of Japan at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.