Jafri’s record-breaking canvas, ‘The Journey of Humanity’, scales over 17,000 square feet was created in the ballroom at Atlantis, The Palm during the COVID-19 lockdown. It took seven months, 20 hours a day, for Jafri to complete, with the use of 1,065 paint brushes and 6,300 litres of paint.
It features 50+ galleries from more than 40 cities spread across 30 countries and five continents, coming together in their dedication to art of the Global South.
Egypt's antiquities ministry announced Sunday the discovery of 14 sarcophagi in the Saqqara necropolis south of Cairo that had lain buried for 2,500 years.
Sculptor Xavier Mascaro’s art transcends time to showcase ancient civilisations and history.
From a bucolic rural grocery shop to fictional battlefields and robot warrior bases, Taiwanese artisans are meticulously handcrafting miniature worlds that fuse reality and fantasy.
British artist Sacha Jafri paces barefoot back and forth across his giant canvas stretched across the ballroom floor of a Dubai hotel, listening to a young girl singing.
Surrounded by cans of paint and canvas in his small studio in the Greek city of Thessaloniki, Richard Lusakumunu feels he has completed his "metamorphosis" from refugee to artist.
Belgian artist, Elke Lemmens, tries to build the connection between people with her work during the on-going pandemic. In her unique style, the artist uses disused boot-scrapers to display her artwork in front of houses.
Artist Fintan Magee decided to do a different mural other than the usual. When the Australian artist was was asked to paint on a 40-metre high grain silos in Barraba, he painted a water diviner.
Xavier Veilhan is a remarkable French artist who lives and works from Paris. His most recent work of two giant sculptures called the "Varbergs Giants" are displayed in Varberg, south of Stockholm.