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A tour of Melbourne street art

Some of the world’s best street art can be found in the dark alleyways of Australia’s southern capital, among dumpsters and discarded cardboard boxes.
27 January 2012


The artful dodgers of Melbourne’s graffiti revolution

The Australian city has a love/hate relationship with the spray can, and is home to some of the most amazing street art in the world despite restrictive anti-graffiti laws.
Read more… 27 January 2012


World’s most-visited sacred sites

See the beauty and splendour of spiritual centres around the globe, from temples in Japan to cathedrals in France.
25 January 2012


Cinetastic Melbourne

Australia’s cultural capital is full of unique movie houses – watch a film on a city rooftop or step back in time at an Art Deco grand dame.
Read more… 24 January 2012


Localites

Calligraphic graffiti in Hong Kong

On display this month are works by an enigmatic late graffiti painter, who was only posthumously recognized as a world-class artist.
Read more… 20 January 2012


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Moscow’s Bolshoi Theatre returns

The Bolshoi, the most famous theatre in the world, opens its doors after an elaborate refit.
Read more… 12 January 2012


The world’s coolest movie theatres

Looking for an offbeat place to take in a flick? Check out show-stopping cinemas, from a pink palace in India and a Cubist complex in France, to a rustic space in Australia’s outback.
10 January 2012


Localites

Hong Kong artists open their studios

Artists in the industrial Fo Tan neighbourhood open their usually private workspaces to the public in a two-weekend festival called Fotanian Open Studios.
Read more… 06 January 2012


World's most controversial monuments

Prodigal spending, political disputes and divisive revolutionaries have made these historical markers stand out for more than their physical enormity.
03 January 2012


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