Come 15 December 2016 to 8 January 2017 , catch On Point! at Element Art Space, the gallery’s first exhibition on illustration. Featuring 3 Singaporean artists, Natalie Kwee, Teresa Lim and Mark Wee, the showcase explores the idea of illustration as fine art.
From HDB flats to private rooms – from idealistic family life to actual reality, the art pieces presented will take you to an alternate universe.
About the artists:
Natalie Kwee (b. 1988, Singapore) works often deals with daily life. As a trained architect, who has worked for the likes of Tadao Ando and Bjarke Ingels Group, Kwee runs an illustration studio providing online service that specialises in bespoke and corporate illustrations. She has collaborated with Clarins, OCBC Bank, SingPost and Monica Vinader. http://www.nataliekwe
Teresa Lim (b. 1990, Singapore) who graduated with a degree in Fashion Design and Textiles, combines her interest in illustrations, embroidery and surface pattern design in her works. Her latest series called 12 Rooms explores themes of adolescence and coming of age, which is easily relatable to all ages. She has showcased her works in exhibitions and fashion shows in Singapore, Hong Kong, Bangkok, and Japan, and worked with international brands such as H&M, Swarovski and Gucci. http://www.teeteeheehee.com/
Mark Wee (b.1975, Singapore) is a trained architect who explores themes of hope and childlike wonder in the world. Using familiar local scenes such as a provision shop and HDB flat, his artworks explore open narratives of life and an alternative world nicknamed the Good Kingdom. Wee has done commissioned works for the Singapore Dance Theatre, Frank by OCBC, and the New Majestic Hotel just to name a few. http://www.markwee.sg/abo
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