As an exhibiting artist and part of the organizing team for the group exhibition called DR/OP BEYOND BOUNDARIES, Boo Sze Yang shares, in this video, how the exhibition came about. In addition, he reveals to intersection.sg why he is uncomfortable with assuming the curator’s role, preferring instead, a system that is more unstructured and organic.
Recently on show at the Singapore Contemporary Art Fair, Art WeMe Gallery presented the couple series by China-born artist, Wang Zhi Wu.
With a childhood that was rooted in the arts and a passion for animals; Wang’s artworks draw inspiration from his experiences, and each one of them represents a labour of love. The artist uses animal images as reflections of himself and his interpretation of life.
Art WeMe is present in Malaysia and Singapore. For more details, click here.
Y2ARTS Gallery is staging a solo exhibition titled No Limits by Malaysian watercolor artist Tan Suz Chiang. For this exhibition, which will take place from from Nov 5 to 15 2016, the artist has opted to work with acrylic and charcoal and in this video clip, he shares the reasons for this move and what he hopes to achieve through the transition.
Held from 20 October to 23 October 2016, Art Expo Malaysia is a 4-day event held at the Matrade Exhibition & Convention Centre (MECC) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
This event will showcase paintings, sculptures, art installations, photography and other visual fine arts. The list of galleries includes several international and local art names. Singapore galleries such as Taksu, White Space Art Asia, Kato Art Duo, Maya Gallery, Visionairs Gallery and Redsea Gallery will be exhibiting as well.
For the full exhibitor list and event line-up, click here.
Premiering tomorrow on 13 October, Thursday, from 7pm to 10pm is the opening reception of a solo exhibition entitled Swimmer by Malaysian artist Seah Zelin.
The showcase will present 10 of his artworks and 1 installation. The theme Swimmer is conceived from the notions and inspiration drawn from a swimmer’s attitude – the ability to stay afloat, master different strokes, and – on his/her part – to move against the current. The artworks are also described to be defined by the idea of ‘form’, ‘identity’ and a remedy for ‘homogeneity’.
The exhibition will take place from tomorrow until the end of this month, October 2016. To find out more click here.