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By Magali An Berthon
In this sixth article, Magali An has focused on two design and craft projects rooted in Euro-Asian double-culture: Paris-based French-Japanese craft duo Eskimeït who creates contemporary jewelry and objects with ...
These 2 interviews are part of a focus on creative industries and creative personalities from a Euro-Asian background.
By Florent Petit
Abdelkader Damani studied Architecture in Oran, Algeria, and Art History and Philosophy in Lyon, France. He is since 2007 the Head of the « Veduta » Platform at the Biennale ...
This month, By People / In Cities travels to France and looks in particular at the city of Lyon. Florent Petit takes a snapshot of Lyon’s contemporary art scene, starting ...
By Valentina Riccardi
Valentina Riccardi, our Project Co-ordinator, writes about the Memory! International Film Heritage festival co-supported by Asia-Europe Foundation through film.culture360.asef.org
The Memory! International Film Heritage Festival that took place on 1-9 June in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, was the first festival in the region with a precise focus on film restoration.
By Kerrine Goh
David Ocón has interviewed Yves de Peretti, from the Ateliers Varan (France), one of the organisers of ‘Catch-Tell-Transform: 4th Documentary Filmmakers’ Workshop’.
By Lai DEL ROSARIO
Manila Vice is a group exhibition of 23 artists from the Philippines which is currently showing at the Musée International des Arts Modestes (MIAM) in Sète, France.
Kuala Lumpur played host to the 4th edition of the Asian Side of the Doc (ASD), an international documentary co production market.
By Veeranganakumari Solanki
Veeranganakumari Solanki in conversation with the FOCUS Co-Founders: Nicola Antaki, Elise Foster Vander Elst, and Matthieu Foss for culture360.org. Focus is the first photography festival of Mumbai and it took ...
By Judith Staines
culture360.org Editor Judith Staines visits the southern Japanese city of Beppu and discovers a lively contemporary arts scene alongside the traditional hot springs culture.
Indonesian contemporary art has started since a few years to be better known in France
The Ripple Effect is a multi-disciplinary creative workshop process with partners in France, UK, India and Indonesia.
Jung strolled lonely through the streets of Seoul. He was five, hungry and lost, as many other kids in the immediate afterword of the Korean War. A police agent found ...
By Florentina Bratfanof
Contemporary circus, or nouveau cirque (term originally known in French-speaking countries), is a performing art developed in the later 20th century in which a story is conveyed through traditional circus ...