Art & Culture
In her photo series “Ain’t Talkin’ Just Lovin’,” Vietnamese photojournalist Nguyen Thanh Hai, known professionally as Maika Elan, documents the lives of people who choose pets over partners.
The breakthrough of renewables will profoundly change the visual environment of cities and rural landscapes. What role does public art play in this context? The American artist Michael Jantzen, one of the pioneers in sustainable design and eco-art, tries to find the answer.
This week’s Culture Cue features American folk art, captivating storytelling for the digital era, Bjarke Ingels’ paper architecture, and affordable art to support NGO’s on the frontlines in Beirut.
The Beijing-born, Chicago based artist Yuge Zhou creates video installations that examine the relationships between people and places in urban and natural environments. In our interview, Yuge shares how her experiences as an immigrant influenced her art.
The American artist Patricia Carr Morgan photographed the world’s largest ice sheets in Antarctica and Greenland. The images appear like abstract paintings and ice sculptures; a testimony of the ever-changing landscapes.
The American artist Michael Jantzen merges art and architecture to create sustainable architectural structures. In this podcast episode, he shares his learnings on sustainable design.
The multidisciplinary artist duo Jiten Thukral and Sumir Tagra from New Delhi share their concerns about a humanitarian crisis unfolding in India and shine a light on the situation of the most vulnerable.