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The London exhibition I>Heaven on Earth: Art from Islamic Lands/Ishowcases the exquisite artistry inherent in Islam, writes KEE HUA CHEE.
Shona sculpture from Zimbabwe has become a sought-after art form the world over. MARTIN VENGADESAN meets a sculptor to learn more about the man and the art.
Today in Yemen, people will be out partying in the streets #8211; celebrating a death. This custom, which began with the passing of a despot in 1962, is only the beginning of the strangeness that is Yemen, discovers K.P. LEE.
MICHELE LIAN finds out that the WWF Art for Nature exhibition is not all about nature.
Luxury auction house Christie's is known for its ultra-extravagant and rare works of art that only the super rich can afford. Wishful thinker THAM AI MEI gets an eyeful looking at the pictures of precious jewellery and rare timepieces that will soon fall under the hammer during Christie's autumn auction in Hong Kong.
Gifts of gold cups from Emperors of the Holy Roman Empire, cupids, presentation plates, jewellery and spectacular objects for ostentatious display will be on show at the I>Princely Treasures from the Esterhazy Collection/I>. The Esterhazys were the richest and most powerful family in Hungary, dominating Hungarian political and social ife from 17th to 20th centuries, writesKEE HUA CHEE.
In case you've exhausted all the stores in Malaysia shopping for the Festival of Lights, KEE HUA CHEE takes you down south to check out an upmarket boutique.
They may have learning difficulties but they are making waves in the local art scene with their exceptional talent, writes PANG HIN YUE.