Korea…

A country exploring the push and pull of modern life versus traditional beliefs

Korea is certainly a country on the tip of the world's tongue. From its futuristic avatars of video-games, k-pop and fashion it also is deeply rooted in faiths both long established and recently introduced. The art that is created from these tensions is absolutely fascinating, a mix of homage and post-modernism unlike anything else found in Asia. We can't wait to introduce you to some of the idiosyncratic visionaries currently residing here.

Korea Art Tours

Explore Traditional Arts in Shikoku

Explore Traditional Arts in Shikoku

Japan's Art Island

The Matriarchs of Khmer Culture

The Female & Modern Artists of Cambodia

The Radical Grandmas of Thailand

Female and Environmental Empowerment

Prose in the PRC

Prose in the PRC

Exploring the Hip Hop and Poetry of China

Under the Tibetan Stars

Trekking Adventure in Tibet & China

Art On Two Wheels

Art On Two Wheels

A Cycling Tour Of Japan's Art and Culture

Spirit of Japan

A Deep Dive Into Buddhism and Shinto

Meet the Aboriginal Artists of Taiwan

Nature & Nurture

Photography Tour in Japan’s Far North

Ice and Sun

Culinary Tour of Yunnan

A Feast for the Spirits

The Living Cookbook: A Food Tour with a personalized cookbook.

A Writing and Food Tour of Vietnam

Skyscraper and Canvas

A Modern Art Tour of Bangkok

Korea Art Articles

Hong KongPhilosophy
May 24, 2020

Author Kong Tsung-gan on Hong Kong’s Protests, the Sacrifices Made and Where the Movement goes Next (Part 1)

Frustrated by protests and an inability to win over civil society, China has moved in recent days to destroy the ‘one country two systems’ foundation of its relationship with Hong…

ActivismHong Kong
May 18, 2020

On the Hong Kong to UK “Mask Circuit” and Mutual Aid during Covid-19

There are countless “Mutual Aid” projects that have appeared in the wake of Covid-19. In this interview we speak with an organizer of the Hong Kong to UK: Mask Circuit. …

ContemporaryFeminismillustrationIndiaReligion
May 7, 2020

Art against Hindutva: An interview with Jamun Ka Ped (Part 1)

With the world reeling from Covid-19, its now more important than ever to look at how systems of violence were embedded in many of the world’s governments and economies before…