In the mid-18th century it was Queen Charlotte who made the ‘drinking of tea’ using Wedgwood teaware fashionable among the world’s Royal households and her love of Wedgwood led to Josiah Wedgwood being granted permission to style himself 'Potter to Her Majesty.’
On May 25 and 26, The Macallan unveiled the Anecdotes of Ages Collection, an extraordinary art and whisky collaboration with globally renowned British pop artist, Sir Peter Blake, at the opulent K11 Musea.
Tate St Ives in Cornwall, England, is presenting “Strange Attractors,” South Korean artist Haegue Yang’s largest UK exhibition to date. The exhibition’s collision of natural chaos and mathematical harmony merge seamlessly with the surging swells of the St. Ives Bay outside.
If Snøhetta is a name which you aren’t already familiar with, then get reading: this Scandinavian architecture firm is building sustainable structures that are changing the game for architects around the world.
The first art exhibition of 2021 at K11 MUSEA brings together two otherwise seemingly disparate cultures. Featuring selected works by contemporary artists from Central and Eastern Europe and Greater China, this inaugural collaboration between K11 Art Foundation and Q Contemporary
On the occasion of the late Belgian painter Raoul De Keyser’s first solo exhibition in Greater China, at David Zwirner Hong Kong, CoBo Social Managing Editor Denise Tsui reflects on the legacy of the artist and how he came to be one of the most influential painters to emerge of his generation.
Seeking a sense of hope as we reach the end of a historically challenging year? Look no further. These five visionary artworks by artists from Peru, China, the US and Germany speak volumes about the future we are creating, for better or worse
Chinese artist Liu Wei’s ongoing solo exhibition at Shanghai’s Long Museum features a number of large-scale installations, sculptures and paintings that creatively contemplates the complexities of the world around us.