“Creating Markets: Discussing Opportunities, Challenges and the Mainstream” at Art World Forum 2017


Art Radar recaps “Creating Markets: Opportunities, Challenges and the Mainstream”, the Art World Forum 2017 in Singapore.

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More than a market platform: Art Stage Singapore 2016 looks beyond sales – round-up


Art Radar rounds up the ambitious sixth edition of Art Stage Singapore, which has expanded its focus to include audiences as well as buyers.

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“Ataraxy”: Singaporean painter Ruben Pang and the art of introspection – in pictures


Ruben Pang stuns with his ethereal portraits, delving deeper into introspection and the artistic subconscious.

Singaporean artist Ruben Pang’s new series of paintings, exhibited in “Atharaxy” at Chan Hampe Galleries, retains the vibrant etherealness of his previous works while venturing into darker waters.

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Art Stage Singapore 2014 builds bridges in Asia? – media round up


The fourth edition of Art Stage Singapore ends on a record sales high, with its new format of eight regional curated platforms.

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Unpacking contemporary art: Ode to Art lecture – video


Singapore art historian Jeffrey Say delivers a lecture produced by Singapore gallery Ode to Art, titled “The Stuffed Shark and Other Curiosities: Will we ever understand contemporary art?”, which attempts to introduce and explain the multi-faceted nature of contemporary art.

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“DEEP S.E.A.”: Singapore artist Ruben Pang’s search for “melody in white noise”


Singapore-born painter Ruben Pang talks with Art Radar about his unconventional way of approaching painting in the second of a short series of posts on artists in late 2012 Italian exhibition “DEEP S.E.A.”.

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