Created between the 17th and 19th centuries for the Rajput and Pahari courts of north India, a selection of 30 paintings depicting the Ramayana will go on a year-long exhibition at The Met America's prestigious museum.
Fighting the stigma surrounding mental illness can be a battle but a new studio in Portugal's capital Lisbon is using arts and creativity to help those affected in a free and easy environment.
Work from Noura Al Neyadi, Khalid Al Hammadi, Khalid Al Sabt, Liam Clayton, Beno Saradzic, Altamash Javed, Khalil Al-Zadjali and Majed Al Khatheeri will also be shown.
Equipped with glasses, an illuminated magnifier and a set of blades and shapers, 47-year-old Thai artist Morakot Phaophong is busy with her life's work: making lifelike sculptures of Thailand's Kings.
A twisting maze of tiny buildings crafted from discarded cardboard boxes is the heart of an eye-catching art piece in the Philippines highlighting the humble material's value to millions of people.
Encaustic art, a painting technique in which pigments are mixed with hot liquid wax, has few takers in the art world, making it a rarely seen form. Exhibited here from Monday are vivid examples of encaustic art by an upcoming Indian artist.
Abu Dhabi University (ADU) celebrated the winners of the fifth edition of the ‘Art for Autism’ competition, an annual contest organized by ADU’s College of Arts and Sciences (CAS). The awards ceremony was held at the University's main campus in Abu Dhabi on 24 April in recognition of Autism Awareness Month.
One of the most collected Indian artists, 1935-born A. Ramachandran is known for two distinct styles of work during his over five decades of artistic career, one characterised by politics and anger, and the second by colour, life and nature. His styles and work come together in an upcoming retrospective.
A state-sponsored project in Bolivia is aiming to use urban art to capture some of the rich traditions of indigenous culture and turn an area into a tourist attraction.