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  • Luna – Wine Design at its best June 29

    Luna Estate is a gorgeous vineyard located

  • VIDEO: Steve Leung June 29

    Winner of the 2016 Pinnacle Award, Perspective Magazine

  • Singapore Festival of Arts June 28

    A celebration of the arts

  • CatchOn : Made In China June 27

    Founded in 2001, CatchOn is an independent

  • ‘Cultural Hong Kong’ – exhibition about West Kowloon June 26

    From now until 30 November, as part

  • Design Bar-Hopping in Hong Kong June 23

    This is a sponsored post


  • “F is for FENDI” – street art on the roofs! June 22
  • Senior Collaborations at SCAD Hong Kong! June 21

    There is no question that we love

  • VIDEO: Design Perspectives x Golden Pin Salon in KL June 20
  • DIY: The Bamboo Project June 19

    Soo..I got a bit excited and inspired

  • ‘fine art’

    A WORLD OF FANTASY - Fine Art Photography Dutch South African photographer Sarie Moolenburgh is showing her series ‘A world of Fantasy’, a summary of her analogue work at Bite Unite (G/F, 15 Lung On Street, Wanchai) until the 13th of May 2017.In this guest blogger post she tells us about her work and the inspiration behind it.------------------------- I have always been in love with the Impressionism art movement, which is visible in a lot of my work. With my oldskool analogue camera, I search for the boundaries of photography and art with images that capture the inner feelings somewhere between realism and fantasy, resulting in ethereal images...


    Thursday, 04 May, 2017

    Samui Cultural Center and Fine Arts of Southeast Asia showcases a world of marvels.Most guide books barely mention the Thai island’s south and west coasts. Much less developed compared to Chaweng or Lamai, they are the most traditional parts of Samui; with many people still living just as they did decades ago, relatively untouched by the busier world of tourism to the north. If you visit, don't miss out on one of the most amazing, yet little known sites of Samui - Dusit Dhewa, or the Samui Cultural Center and Fine Arts of Southeast Asia...


    Thursday, 19 May, 2016

    This is a sponsored article  Hong  Kong art week is soon upon us and without a doubt, one of the most anticipated events of the week is the return of Art Central to the Harbourfront for its second year. A young art fair, already in its inaugural year it proved to be a fair to be reckoned with, as it attracting 30,000 visitors from Hong Kong and around the world. As a media partner of the fair, Style by Asia gives you some of the highlights of the fair, enabling you to prepare your visit and making sure not to miss out on any of the program highlights...


    Thursday, 10 March, 2016

    While spending a blustery summer afternoon in Bali's artist hub Ubud, I dropped into the Museum Puri Lukisan. After walking past walls of finely drawn demonic figures, I was not very inspired. But then suddenly a rainstorm burst overhead and the lights went out. The storm was so violent that I was drawn to watch it tear through the trees from the entrance of the pavilion. After 20 minutes, sunlight emerged framing the tall palm trees in front of me. This is what I love about Bali, and what I can see in much of the art here: all-encompassing shapes of plants, trees and rice paddies shaped by the light, and the people small within it...


    Wednesday, 08 July, 2015
    Cassandra Does

    Hong Kong is a swirling pool of incredible artists. The 'Who is' Series will explore a few of Hong Kong's most inspirational and talented folk. We are happy to begin with Jeff Hahn, 24 year old Swiss/Chinese photographer, raised in HK, now in London. His work can be found in Elle, Tatler, i-D and you may have spotted him in HK's very own SCMP. His extensive client lists stretches from Samsung to Sony Music, Versace to the V&A. Listen to his words and feast your eyes on what his gorgeous eyes spy through the lens of a camera...


    Wednesday, 11 June, 2014

    A casual discussion about the past, present and future of Hong Kong and Asian art. With Style by Asia bloggers Skene Milne from Polina&Skene Photography and Tanya Bennett aka Piratay. Guest; Bobby Mohseni from Zand Fine Art. By Style by Asia


    Monday, 02 June, 2014

    Street Art/ Fine Art Curator & Exhibition Producer Interview, Hong Kong In the flurry of Art Basel Hong Kong and D*Face's sold-out Honestly Dishonest show at the city's local Above Second gallery, Richard Scarry of the London-based art curation and production design superduo 'Coates & Scarry' talks with Style by Asia. As a leading international expert on the integration of street art into the fine art world, whose many credits include introducing the works of D*Face to Hong Kong and Asia, Scarry offers rare insight into how the international perception of street art has evolved in the past decade...


    Thursday, 29 May, 2014

    Am I the only one, exhausted, now that art week is over? Most of the shakers and movers (artists and other people) I saw by Thursday of last week were quipping over day three of their art week hangover, just as the second edition of Art Basel in Hong Kong opened its doors. I wasn’t hungover but I nearly had a heart attack when I saw this, on an early Thursday morning walk-around.     The reaction made me fall quite in love with the piece, although uncanny valley-like human replicas (both small, real and oversized) are a bit commonplace within the contemporary art scene – the best being the undersized Dead Dad by Ron Mueck (circa 1996-97)...


    Thursday, 22 May, 2014

      Sculptor Anish Kapoor continues his exploration into the large scale with Ark Nova, a giant inflatable concert hall that will tour parts of Japan affected by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami. Designed in collaboration with Japanese architect Arata Isozaki, the purple pneumatic structure is a sinuous, otherworldly form that can house between 500 and 700 people. It will host concerts and other performances as part of the Lucerne Festival. This is a thoughtful example of 'art-meets-architecture...


    Tuesday, 15 October, 2013


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