By Naima Morelli
The wind of change which has invested the Italian contemporary art scene has started with museums. Naima Morelli we look ...
A new documentary film tells the story of visionary artist Kartika Affandi, daughter of Indonesia's most celebrated painter, and a groundbreaking personality in her own right.
By Florent Petit
On the occasion of the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Estonian Republic, culture360 contributor Florent Petit takes us to Tallinn, its vibrant capital. Located by the Baltic Sea on the southern shore of the gulf of Finland, with half a million inhabitants, Tallinn is the home of an important Russian community (about 38% of its inhabitants) and a noticeable Ukrainian minority (5%).
By David Fernández
This month culture360.org unveils a new series of articles and interviews titled ‘Independent Hubs / Creative Entrepreneurs’. This series takes into account the emergence of independent hubs and creative entrepreneurs in Southeast Asia and maps individual stories and perspectives from artists, musicians, designers, filmmakers, developers, researchers and other creative entrepreneurs from the region.
This month culture360.ASEF.org unveils a new series of articles and interviews titled ‘Independent Hubs / Creative Entrepreneurs’. This series takes into account the emergence of independent hubs and creative entrepreneurs in Southeast Asia and maps individual stories and perspectives from artists, musicians, designers, filmmakers, developers, researchers and other creative entrepreneurs from the region.
By Fatima Avila
On 20-22 April 2018, over 50 representatives of 36 residencies and arts organisations from 9 Southeast and East Asian countries gathered in Roxas City in the Capiz province of the Philippines, situated 440 kilometres from the capital, Manila...
Art manager Meta Moeng is a soft powerhouse in the Cambodian art world. With the art space Kon Len Khnhom, she is allowing free and inspiring conversations to happen.
Now, more than ever, artists need to be able to travel internationally for exchange & dialogue, especially when for many practitioners, mobility is not only a matter of choice, but a basic necessity for professional growth & co-operation.
By Valentina Riccardi
Over the past decade, culture360.ASEF.org has been enabling easy access to relevant and reliable information for individual artists, arts organisations ...
By Masuma Halai Khwaja
With a population of over 24 million, Karachi is home to a very ethnically diverse population. It has grown in size from a small coastal settlement to a mega city after the independence of the country, to accommodate a large migrant population.
By Chloe Chotrani
Chloe Chotrani is a movement artist and writer based in Singapore. She has set up the performing arts archive, Talking Circles, a digital archive of performing artists from South, Southeast Asia and its Diaspora.
The independent publishing house Delere Press is bringing together art and literature in Singapore
Naima Morelli speaks with Loredana Paracciani, Katerina Valdivia Bruch and Valentina Levy, 3 curators who are bridging the European and the Asian art world through their independent practices.
As part of the media partnership with Intercultural Theatre Institute (ITI), culture360 has interviewed its director and co-founder T. Sasitharan on the results of the the Asian Intercultural Conference organised last November in Singapore.
In this last interview which is part of the Ho Chi Minh City profile, David Fernandez interviews Tra Nguyen, Manager of Sàn Art, a platform that supports and gives a voice to Vietnamese artists and arts professionals in the country and abroad.