Category Archive: Culture pop

20 most influential LGBT artists of our time, my article in Element Magazine (the art issue)

  Read my article about the 20 most influential gay artists of our time in Element Magazine, the Art Issue (september 2014) To read the whole Art Issue, click here.

Iconic comedian, Joan Rivers dies at 81

The legendary comedian Joan Rivers passed away at age 81 from surgical complications. Daughter Melissa Rivers confirmed her mother passed away in a statement : “It is with great sadness that I announce… Continue reading

DIY Popin’ Cookin’ Sushi Kit

One of the most fun things to bring back from Japan is certainly those Popin’ Cookin’ Sushi Kit, a DIY sushi-shaped candy.  Let’s check out how to make those bad boys :  

Hong Kong Heritage Museum

I really enjoyed my visit to the Hong Kong Heritage Museum. It is a cute little museum, which both displays ancient art and some Hong Kong pop culture exhibitions. While I was there,… Continue reading

YOUTUBE – Le meilleur des vidéos de 2013

Comme chaque année, YouTube propose de faire un retour sur l’année écoulée avec les vidéos et les personnes qui ont marqué la plateforme de partage de vidéos. Avec pour fond musical Blurred lines,… Continue reading

Félix Vallotton, le feu sous la glace, exposition au Grand Palais

Félix Vallotton (1865-1925) est un artiste unique qui, bien que proche des nabis, garde sa vie durant un style à la fois très personnel et résolument moderne. Reconnaissables entre toutes, ses toiles se… Continue reading

Bangkok Art and Culture Center

The Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC) is a new mid-town facility for the contemporary arts. Programmes for art, music, theatre, film, design, and cultural/educational events take place in a friendly and recreational… Continue reading

E-Scape by Veerawat Sirivesmas

E-Scape by Veerawat Sirivesmas, is a montage made out of recycled paper which creates bridges between culture and environnement, between visual arts and applied arts. Where to see it? In BACC (opposite MBK,… Continue reading

Form of Sufferings by Warawat Pimpisai

Death masks were very popular in the old days to portray the deceased and keep a memory of them. In this tortured piece,  Warawat Pimpisai shows us that pain has multiple faces. Where… Continue reading

Snake, Flower, Butterfly n2 by Vipaporn Nilubon

This warm and colorful, yet mysterious, piece by Vipaporn Nilubon, is using mixed techniques to portray the flora and fauna.  Where to see it? In BACC (opposite MBK, BTS: national stadium), as part… Continue reading