Stories about Arts & Culture from May, 2018
"When the actors and actresses have spent some time working you realise that they have an interior defiance which makes them face things head on."
"For me it’s about immersion. It’s about going all out, no half way business. Also, as a photographer I see myself as a participant too, not a spectator."
"We were on the cusp of civil confrontation!"
Serbian art historian Živko Brković has been targeted by threats and suffered burglaries after he demanded accountability from the current Serbian regime in regards to mishandling state-owned artworks.
Tajikistan issued a pictorial guide showing the "recommended" dress for women, and promised to do the same for men as well.
Fish heads, jumping frogs and conjugal foxes: one Twitter account takes a look at arcane folk traditions from every corner of Japan.
A subculture connecting the cartoon character “Peppa Pig” with “Shehuiren”, a term that refers to organized crime syndicates, has resulted in a muddy puddle for the popular porker.