Art & Culture

The wedding season is ending soon around Cambodia. On the occasion of this timeless ceremonial, bride and groom reach some divine realm in spite of the harshness of modern life’s mundane constraints.
Daan Botlek is a black sheep in the field of art. Even though the Dutch creator is famous for his wide and impressively achieved wall paintings, it wouldn’t do justice to label him as a street artist as his body of works is diverse, complex and becomes meaningful only when...
“I feel at home in literature”, says the young artist of Khmer descent, born in France and raised in the West Indies, now completing her PhD dissertation in New York after studying in Paris and Edinburgh. Within the span of three continents, she keeps exploring the multifaceted cultural references that...
A very interesting mix of modernity and old-school, Phnom Penh Heritage Tour takes you on a trip to discover the “Pearl of Asia” in a traditional tuk-tuk, but equipped with a tablet on which you have videos describing the 20+ interesting places featured.
Uplifting and vibrant, the plastic artist’s sculptures reflect well his life’s philosophy and aesthetic beliefs, positive. Some of his pieces are permanently installed in Bangkok, Jakarta, Singapore, Hong Kong and as far as Italy, where one of his totems, 4.5 meters high, will be on display during La Biennale di...
Linking Michel Audiard, the French dialog writer for Les Tontons Flingueurs, with Asia might first seem like a joke rather than a real essay subject. This was my first reaction when I was traveling through the region and Latitudes assigned me to write about the author, with whom I’ve dealt...
The World’s most renown Asian Djane has been roaming all over the clubbing planet for around 15 years now, playing every month a dozen cities and often in 6 to 8 different countries, from Berlin to Ibiza, from Bogota to Sydney and from Bangkok to Samui.