In which the award winning Nigerian fashion photographer reiterates the symbolism of religious head wears by way of a jazzed up re-imaginations.
6 millennial creatives redefine fashion and identity with 25 eye-catching and conversation-starting photographs.
Globetrotter chats with the Hong Kong-based illustrator to talk about the city, art scene in Asia and more!
The long-lost portrait of the founding father of Nigerian modernism, Ben Enwonwu has been recovered, auctioned off and unexpectedly set a new record in the history of African art.
Swiss-Guinean artist, Namsa Luemba immerses herself in the rituals and rites of the people of the Republic of Benin thus birthing this emblematic series.
Emma Frankland brings her powerful meditation on gender identity to Asia for the first time via Jakarta's 2017 UK/ID Festival.
Kendra Ahimsa - the methodical mastermind behind the moniker Ardneks - is exactly where he wants to be. His psychedelic colors paired with ironically symmetrical lines are a little bit everywhere these days, having stolen the spotlight in Jakarta’s art scene. This is music illustration taken to the next level.
Micro Galleries is set to arrive in Jakarta October 6th - they're turning a couple corners of the city into an active art gallery. We chatted with the curators about the two-week, open-air festival landing this weekend.
Dea Karina shares her impressions of ART|JOG10, the annual art fair in terminally creative epicenter Yogyakarta, Indonesia. A decade in, the event has become a massive international draw, and one of the most important of its kind in Southeast Asia.
Globetrotter sits down with ARTJOG10 curator Bambang "Toko" Witjaksono to chat about the creative-hub city Yogyakarta, demystifying artistic interpretation, and to clear up this year's curatorial theme, "Changing Perspective."