My Little Pony grows up in Singaporean Sookoon Ang solo – picture feast


“Say Hi To Forever” is Singaporean artist Sookoon Ang’s solo exhibition at Chan Hampe Galleries in Singapore. The show is a dark take on nostalgia, and features new drawings, prints, sculptures, installation, and video animation.

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Who is futureproofing Singaporean art? 26 young artists in SAM survey


A survey of Singaporean contemporary art, titled “The Singapore Show: Future Proof”, closed at the Singapore Art Museum (SAM) on 15 April 2012.

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Singapore Tyler Print Institute first Southeast Asian gallery to attend The Armory Show


In 2012, the Singapore Tyler Print Institute will participate in The Armory Show in New York City. STPI is the first Southeast Asian gallery ever to attend Armory.

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Christie’s Hong Kong autumn 2011 sales: Indonesian art triumphs, Indian falters amid cautious market


The response to Christie’s Hong Kong day sale of Asian Contemporary Art, held on 27 November 2011, was restrained. 28 percent of works in the 273-lot sale failed to sell.

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Disavowing globalisation: Singaporean art critic and curator Weng Choy Lee in conversation – podcast


What does literature or the idea of friendship have to do with globalisation? We bring you a summary of Singaporean art critic and curator Weng Choy Lee’s ART on AIR talk.

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The Singapore Tyler Print Institute – international art collaboration at world-class print studio – profile


CONTEMPORARY ASIAN ART ORGANIZATIONS Art Radar remains devoted to sharing important and unique Asian arts institutions with readers, and few are as exciting as the Singapore Tyler Print Institute. Regular art fair goers may already be familiar with the institute, … Continue reading

Chance to learn where Singaporean art is heading plus two firsts for emerging artist competition Presidents Young Talents at Singapore Art Museum


SINGAPORE MUSEUM ART COMPETITION Singapore had a predicament. The city-state needed to find the young artistic voices to represent Singapore at international level art fairs and events. The problem has been solved and future Singaporean art stars are being identified … Continue reading