The importance of maintaining "face" in Asian cultures goes back thousands of years. In the US, where Asian Americans also grapple with a rampant high-achiever stereotype, people are suffering silently.
A mean mug can say a lot.
Fulvio di Piazza has a new solo exhibition of oil paintings at the Jonathan Levine Gallery.
The process involves cutting out skin using a scalpel, before rubbing the open wounds with peroxide or lemon juice. Unsurprisingly, it's incredibly painful, so people normally have a good reason for going through the agony.
You'll never have to ask the time again because it will be scarred into your retinas.
Mr DDD is upset because he has two faces and two sets of legs but no arms.
Everyone makes mistakes.
In a compelling reimagining of data viz, Jeroen van der Most shows the effect 100,000 Syrian refugees has on the averaged face of the Dutch citizen.
It seems that those who are on trial are often unconsciously judged by not just the evidence on hand, but their facial appearance.