What better way to celebrate International Artist’s Day this week than to look at where you can see great art in the best artsy hotspots around the world.
Our gallery genius at chozun gave us the lowdown of the best city breaks to indulge in art from inspiring collections on show to the city’s architecture and goings on.
International Artists Day is for bringing recognition and celebration to the world of art, and let’s be honest, without it, the world would be a pretty boring place. Art is the safari of the urban landscape and has the power to relive a past life that perhaps a written text could not portray. If you’re now convinced that an artsy city break is a must, take a look at our top chozun picks to get the best out of your break:
It’s quite the range of destinations, we know! All to be travelled one at a time, with some serious time on your hands to really soak in each culture’s offering. Here’s where chozun celebrated this week for #chozunaday, with a tip or two for each destination featured.
Where: Akaroa, New Zealand
What chozun celebrated: Waitangi Day
The whole of NZ celebrates the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi, New Zealand’s founding document, on this date in 1840.
Heading to Akaroa?
With Friday the 13th looming over superstitious minds, we’re inspired by the likes of our Chinese companions who aren’t as tied to the number being unlucky, along with people like Frano Selak who has cheated death seven times then won the Croatian lottery to look at the luck in this revolving universe. We’ve looked at some of the luckiest places to travel this Friday 13th, turning the superstitious tradition on it’s backside.
The New Year is upon us. Here’s what we celebrated this week to kick off 2017.
Celebrated: Black and White Carnival (Carnaval de Blancos y Negros)
Place: Pasto, Colombia
Date: 2 January
How chozun celebrated: Face painting, music and you bet, we danced