For nearly 50 years, Thai artist Wattana Wattanapun has been promoting art in all of its forms, constantly exploring new horizons, as evidenced by his new collaboration with Billy Braithwaite, a Canadian digital artist.
Installed in a former foundry in Paris’s eleventh arrondissement, the Atelier des Lumières holds monumental immersive exhibitions. Until January 6, 2019, the first Digital Art Centre in Paris marks its opening with Gustav Klimt and the main figures in the Viennese art scene, magnified by digital technologies.
In 1918, the aeroplane manufacturer Pierre-Georges Latécoère formulated an audacious project: to link France, Africa and America by air: “I have done all calculation again: our idea is unrealisable. There is only one thing left for us to do: to realise it!” he said at the time.
Slowly revealing, evoking ancient craft and spirit in a mysterious and spellbinding way, the painstakingly crafted and tormented, dreamy and spiritual engraving works by Soichiro Shimizu arouse a true fascination.
Infused with inspiration from countries worldwide and digging deep in his background in sculpture, jewelry and architecture, American designer Matthew Campbell Laurenza blends experiences and cultures to produce unique and distinctive jewelry designs.
Faithful to the orientations that were taken from the first edition, in 2008, Photo Phnom Penh continues to develop exchanges between Asian and European photographers and promotes, allows and highlights the emergence of a new Cambodian photography.