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Monday, September 14, 2015
Jason Wu is one of the most celebrated designers of his generation who dresses some of America's most influential women, but he says there's one elusive Australian lady he wants to woo.
Four Taiwanese artists are presenting their works at the 13th City Sonic: International Sound Arts Festival being held at the 2015 European Capital of Culture in Mons from Sept. 11 to 27.
Alexander Wang put the fun into New York fashion week, transforming his catwalk into a free-for-all after party with pole dancers, flowing drinks and a DJ to celebrate 10 years as designer extraordinaire.
'Game of Thrones' reigns at creative arts Emmy Awards
"Game Of Thrones" is the Emmy Awards front-runner after winning eight technical achievement awards.
Saturday, September 12, 2015
Obama honors arts luminaries including Sally Field
U.S. President Barack Obama honored 21 individuals and organizations on Thursday for works that he says have helped Americans connect and understand each other a little better through the arts and humanities.
An upcoming exhibition in Taipei featuring paintings and prints by Turkish artists hopes to inspire Taiwanese people's interest in Istanbul, as Taiwan and Turkey continue to see closer ties following the launch of bilateral direct flights in March, according to the organizers.
Friday, September 11, 2015
The organizer of a controversial exhibition in Taipei on Monday failed to clear up the dispute surrounding some of its displays, issuing only a short statement reiterating its previous remarks that all of the paintings in its exhibit are authentic.
Tuesday, September 8, 2015
'Queen's vagina' at Versailles vandalized again
A controversial sculpture by artist Anish Kapoor on display in the gardens of the Palace of Versailles -- and informally dubbed the "queen's vagina" -- was vandalized again on Sunday, this time by anti-Semitic graffiti, officials said.
Mexico's new wave of mural painters update old tradition
Mexico's mural art is getting a modern makeover. Former graffiti taggers and graphic designers have joined together in a cooperative called "Street Art Chilango," painting walls with popular Star Wars characters and hyping their work on social media.
The Fair Trade Commission said Saturday that it is collaborating with consumer protection personnel to look into a controversial exhibition in Taipei that has gained attention at home and abroad when a Taiwanese boy stumbled and poked a hole in one of the paintings on display.
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