There are many ways to express that books are an essential part of our life. Street art with books in focus is one of the best.
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After decades of being closed to the world, Myanmar is opening up and this means we can learn more of its historical and cultural heritage. We look at what art and culture means in Myanmar and what the arrival of a new exhibition in Yangon means for locals.
Reading Syria Speaks, a Book on Arab Art, Culture and Protest, can be Dangerous
Has reading an award-winning cultural anthology about art and writing by Syrians on an airplane become grounds for questioning? Apparenty so. Malu Halasa, editor of the book, "Syria Speaks" answers a few questions.
10 Great African Art Books
Contemporary African Art is difficult to categorize just as singularly defining 'art' in the 21st Century is virtually impossible. In fact, most art directors, curators and historians would today be extremely hesitant to commit to such a definition.
Cubism: The Most Revolutionary Art Movement of The 20th Century
Pioneered by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque, Cubism is one of the most revolutionary and seminal art movements of the 20th century. It has its origins in the post-impressionist paintings of Paul Cezanne, aiming at depicting reality in a non-naturalistic way.
My (Street-Art) Holiday Reading List
My list of books examining street art from a variety of angles, from the artistic to the sociocultural to the political, to glean holistic understanding of the important medium for public.
World Kid Lit: 10 Innovative Books that Bring India’s Vibrant Art and Poetry to Children
Here, we take a trip around India with 10 books published in English, starting with picture books and moving up to graphic novels and novels for young adults.