Sunday, October 5, 2014
So, Brody is dead. Long live Carrie.
Narcissism, isolation, control freakery: the deep impact of the Internet and social networks on our modern lives is coming under the spotlight in a new TV show and an upcoming movie this month.
Saturday, October 4, 2014
Japanese artist Fujiko Nakaya spent a year painstakingly recording and examining weather data as she studied ways to shroud architect Philip Johnson's Glass House in fog.
Some of the world's top authors will thrash out hot political issues at the world's biggest international book fair opening in Germany Tuesday.
Global Mechanic, a Vancouver-based design company, will co-present a keynote speech at this year's Taiwan Designers' Week, an industry-leading design conference that kicked off Friday.
Friday, October 3, 2014
A 16-day long festival hosted by the New Taipei City Government is slated to celebrate the vibrant folk religious culture of Luzhou District beginning on Oct. 4.
A giant portrait of a young man's face has emerged in the landscape of the National Mall in the first such public artwork commissioned by the National Portrait Gallery.
Thursday, October 2, 2014
Taiwanese director Doze Niu's (鈕承澤) military drama “Paradise in Service” (軍中樂園) has been nominated for the top award at this year's Hawaii International Film Festival.
Alcatraz is perhaps the world's most famous prison. And Ai Weiwei is arguably China's best known artist. Now they have come together in a viscerally powerful show in the notorious former jail.
More than seven years ago on a cold January morning, virtuoso violinist Joshua Bell stood in an entrance to a Washington metro station disguised as a street performer and played his heart out.