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Entertainment & Culture / 28 April 2017
Once we would brag of not needing very much of it. Now deep slumber is a coveted state achieved with gadgets, apps, gizmos and classes.
“Fink on Warhol: New York Photographs of the 1960s” shuffles portraits of the Pop artist and company with other snapshots from the same time period — of ordinary life and political happenings, like Malcolm X speaking outside Hotel Theresa or the expanse of speck-sized faces at the 1969 Moratorium to End the War in Vietnam.
Thanks to the “Magic Mike” movie franchise, male stripping is hot again. So what if the mostly female audience finds it more funny than titillating?
At this year’s Salone Internazionale del Mobile fair in Milan, we endured five semi-sleepless days, 33 miles of walking and more than a hundred presentations and fair booths. Here, a short list of the most important new collections and talents in contemporary design we saw there.
Four chefs making the most picturesque dishes for the city's finest restaurants.
Architecture photographer Sabine Wild's new exhibition pares down Singapore's dense cityscape into abstract lines.
NASA unveiled a new image archive this Tuesday – consolidating pictures from 1958 till date.
English traditions of rabbit stews, pies, and chops aside, Michelin-starred restaurant JAAN rolled out a new rabbit canapé to pique local tastebuds.
The first interior trend for the year has surfaced – pastel colours, light timbre, gold or brass accents, and symmetry. It hasn't been officially named – not just yet.
Art & Design / 19 April 2017
A peek inside some of Milan's most stunning buildings.
The Swedish fashion brand has collaborated with the London-based Studio Swine to create an immersive art installation.
A closer look at the extinguishing craft of Sarong Kebaya, and the dire attempts to keep it alive.
The former bouncer and current action hero decided to make himself a movie star after Hollywood didn’t give him a chance.
The brand’s creative director Jonathan Anderson has created a set of unique objects for the home.
Three Singaporean drag queens justify their sexuality and decisions to their former selves.
Art & Design / 10 March 2017
The passing of Beijing photographer and poet, Ren Hang, came all too soon. But he left through his images a vision that counters the precarity of the present.
10 books Viggo Mortensen would take with him if he were marooned on a desert island.
The 11th Cartier Women’s Initiative Awards took place for the first time outside of Europe – in Singapore. Here are the six laureates.
President of Christie's Asia, Rebecca Wei on the traditional methodical systems of procuring art, the new maverick ways of living with art – and how both are tethered to one’s childhood.
Cheesy ‘90s TV shows and Chinese photo-editing app Meitu Xiu Xiu, amongst other things.
Pleatation is a second generation pleat manufacturer reinvigorating a trade that’s otherwise steadily waning.
Gourmet / 30 March 2017
Kenjiro Hashida helms the eponymous Hashida Sushi in Singapore and Tokyo. He likens food to art – peacefully unifying the world over chef’s table.
The 57-year-old former musician has gone from being a design maverick to creating mass-produced furniture he hopes will last a lifetime.
Meet the ceramists making beautiful dishes for some of the city’s chicest restaurants.
The US president’s once-wayward eldest son has embraced his new role in business and politics on his terms.
A second generation migrant, Lang Leav shares how she found her way into writing. Read an excerpt of her first novel here.
Soraya Doolbaz has photographed Donald Trump, Nicki Minaj, Napoleon Bonaparte, and Santa Claus — as dicks.
Within the cityscape's apparent soullessness, a vibrant spiritual community lurks. One writer goes in search of magic in the concrete jungle of Singapore, and finds healing instead.
For the country's top chefs, celebrating the complex dish means revolutionising it – 10, 20, even 50 ingredients at a time.
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