Monday, May 25, 2020
Arts & Culture
Kazakhstan the Heart of Eurasia
Capital and Ideology
Photo by: Belknap/Harvard — handout
Book World: The American ideology, on the left and the right, that props up inequality
May 23. 2020
The Last President of Europe
Photo by: PublicAffairs — handout
Book World: President Macron's mission: Rescue France and unite Europe
May 23. 2020
Indian Sun: The Life and Music of Ravi Shankar
(Photo by: Hachette — handout)
Book World: The man who made Indian classical music mainstream
May 15. 2020
More than Love
Photo by: Scribner — handout
Book World: Natalie Wood's daughter opens up about the life and death of her famous mother
May 06. 2020
Big Summer
Photo by: Atria — handout
Book World: Jennifer Weiner's 'Big Summer' is a breezy romp through online influencer culture
May 06. 2020
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Book World: Dead for three decades, Andy Warhol is still enjoying his 15 minutes of fame
Apr 18. 2020
No Songkran buzz in Hat Yai
Apr 13. 2020
Sharon Glasgow, left, worships with others during a drive-in style Easter church service at the Glasgow Farm in Fredericksburg, Virginia. The farm, which is usually a wedding venue, has been holding the drive-in church services due to the guidelines on gathering in groups because of the coronavirus. MUST CREDIT: Washington Post photo by Matt McClain
In cities across the world, an unprecedented Easter, lonelier and live-streamed
Apr 12. 2020
Q&A: Ways to remain kind and courteous in this period of social distancing
Apr 12. 2020
Best books to read in April
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Book World: Ten books to read in April
Apr 05. 2020
David C. Driskell at home with some of his artwork in 2002. MUST CREDIT: Washington Post photo by Lucian Perkins
David Driskell, advocate for African American art, dies at 88 of coronavirus
Apr 04. 2020
A 2007 file photo from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. MUST CREDIT: Bloomberg photo by Mike Wilkinson.
Edinburgh Fringe festival becomes latest event hit by virus
Apr 02. 2020
The empty streets of Broadway: no tourists, no shows. MUST CREDIT: Photo by Jeenah Moon for The Washington Post.
In the city that never sleeps, a nightmare for the arts
Apr 01. 2020
Caspian Palms, Almagul Menlibayeva (Finalist, The 2020 Sovereign Asian Art Prize)
Melbourne-based vies for Asia’s top contemporary art prize
Apr 01. 2020
Brazen van Gogh theft raises alarms about crimes of opportunism during the coronavirus crisis
Mar 31. 2020
In David Goodsell's painting, the virus is seen in cross section. MUST CREDIT: David S. Goodsell/RCSB Protein Data Bank/ doi: 10.2210/rcsb_pdb/goodsell-gallery-019
Coronavirus is a killer, but this artist won't reduce it to a cartoon villain
Mar 25. 2020
Currently, the only visible part of the Raphael show is advertisements. MUST CREDIT: Bloomberg photo by Vernon Silver.
The biggest art show of the year has been thrown into darkness
Mar 24. 2020
Take a break from Covid-19 with Thai classics on YouTube
Mar 23. 2020
An oil-on canvas painting measuring 60cm by 120cm by Đặng Đình Ngỡ
Online art auction raises funds to fight COVID-19
Mar 23. 2020
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Brigitte Steinmann: ‘Studying culture helps to understand the aesthetic feeling of a society’
Mar 21. 2020
These Ghosts are Family
Photo by: Simon and Schuster — handout
Book World: In Maisy Card's 'These Ghosts Are Family,' resentments are passed down from one generation to the next
Mar 14. 2020
The Mirror and the Light
/Photo by: Henry Holt — handout
Book World: 'The Mirror and the Light' is a masterful finale to Hilary Mantel's Cromwell trilogy
Mar 12. 2020
Screenshot of 2019 Arko Selection’s play “Matryoshka,” streamed on Naver TV (Arko)
Show must go on, even if it’s online
Mar 11. 2020
Borders re/make Bodies: Chiang Mai Ethnography - Conceptualising Borders / Bodies No. 1: Samak Kosem
Thai artist Samak's ethnographic work on display at exhibition in Singapore
Mar 10. 2020
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