The Mirazur Art Collection: Revealing the Artist Line-Up
The world's Number 1 restaurant Mirazur will be coming to Singapore for a 3-month residency at Mandala Club.
May 06, 2021
Best of The Artling: 2020 Highlights
As we approach the end of 2020, The Artling reflects on the challenging year brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the challenges, we are happy to have been able to provide continual support and services to our clients as well as artists, designers, and galleries around the world. We have also worked to introduce new features and improvements to our online platform to make it easier and faster for our art lovers to buy art online and for artists and designers to sell their art online with us. Our Online Gallery The constraints and challenges have had widespread effects on the art world, but the art community has persevered and continues to grow through these difficult times. The importance of an online presence became even more evident as cities around the world went into lockdown, and we have been fortunate to expand our online gallery with a 60% increase in listings from artists, designers, and galleries. Hundreds of new artworks and design objects are added to the site weekly, and we are thrilled to present their creativity and talent to our followers. Key Projects & Events The Artling Appointed as Art Consultant for JustCo’s Flexible Workspaces across APAC
December 23, 2020
The Artling's Corporate Gift Guide 2020: Art & Design under $100
Do you often find yourself struggling to find the perfect gift for your colleagues or clients? If you are, look no further! We're here to help with The Artling's Corporate Gift Guide for 2020! We have specially hand-picked a selection of contemporary art and design that will bring joy to any holiday season. Whether you are celebrating a birthday or looking for holiday gifts, these vibrant artworks and aesthetic design pieces would be perfect for any gift-giving occasion all year round. Don't mi
October 13, 2020
Artworks for the Workplace: New in July 2020
Incorporate artworks into your workplace with some of our newly listed artworks to add character, color, and creativity to your office.
July 08, 2020
Mary Rozell, UBS Art Collection Global Head, on the Evolving Art Market
The Artling interviews Mary Rozell, Global Head of UBS Art Collection as she shares her experiences overseeing one of the largest and most important corporate art collections. Comprised of over 30,000 artworks, Rozell discusses how the collection has evolved under her direction and what she envisages for the company’s future acquisitions and commissions.
June 24, 2020
How to Commission a Mural: A Step-by-Step Guide
Learn more about commissioning a mural in The Artling's step-by-step guide, outlining the six key stages and processes from start to finish.
June 02, 2020
The Hour Glass 40 Presents: The Lives of Artists - A Series of Short Films by The Hour Glass
On the occasion of The Hour Glass's 40th anniversary, the specialist watch retailer will be premiering a series of short films over the next two months on nine of the world’s leading creatives and artisans. Featuring in order of appearance Maximilian Büsser, Sir David Adjaye OBE RA, Rexhep Rexhepi, Daniel Arsham, Wieki Somers, Roger W. Smith, Marc Newson, Oki Sato, Felix Baumgartner, and Martin Frei. Commissioned by The Hour Glass, these portraits profile the journey of these cultural wunderkinds and document their dedication to their craft. The Hour Glass’ fundamental mission is to advance watch culture by celebrating the patrimony and tradition of the watchmaking arts. As an organization that has devoted its entirety to this industry, we felt it was only appropriate that for our 40th anniversary, we pay tribute to this mission. And to do so by beginning a conversation on how watches and its makers intrinsically belong to the cultural milieu of contemporary art and design, providing a new point of departure for watchmaking. The Artling was pleased to be involved in the film shoots for the portraits of Sir David Adjaye OBE RA of Adjaye Associates, contemporary artist Daniel Arsham, Dutch designer Studio Wieki Somers, Australian designer Marc Newson and Japanese designer Oki Sato of nendo, in conjunction with the Then Now Beyond exhibition.
April 28, 2020
The Essential Guide To Building A Corporate Art Collection
The Artling shares expert tips on how to choose art for office and corporate spaces that will enrich employee experiences, impress clients, and build your corporate art collection.
February 15, 2020
The Artling Appointed as Art Consultant for JustCo
The Artling has been appointed as the art consultant for Asia’s leading premium flexible workspace provider, JustCo.
January 06, 2020
Best Of The Artling: 2019 Highlights
2019 for The Artling has been a year of growth and expansion in an ever-changing market. As we close out the decade, we take a moment to celebrate our favorite highlights of the year.
December 19, 2019
The Cubic Clock by nendo: A clock that reveals it's true form only twice in a day
Designed by the Japanese studio nendo, the Cubic Clock is a clock that becomes a perfect cube twice each day.
December 03, 2019
Then Now Beyond: Exhibition Opening
The Artling proudly project-managed Then Now Beyond, an exhibition of limited edition art and design pieces by some of the leading figures in the fields of contemporary art and design, commissioned on the occasion of The Hour Glass' 40th Anniversary. The Artling worked to come up with an initial brief for the artists and designers, inviting them to explore and engage with differing perceptions of time. Then Now Beyond presents these findings with a series of commissioned objets d’art by American artist Daniel Arsham, Australian designer Marc Newson, Japanese design studio Nendo and Rotterdam-based Studio Wieki Somers, that seek to challenge our relationship with the past, the present and the future. The objects included in the exhibition were selected by a committee made up of Mr Michael Tay, Group Managing Director of The Hour Glass, British architect Sir David Adjaye OBE, and international watch specialist Mr Aurel Bacs. The exhibition opened in November 2019, and continues until January 2020. Click through for some images of the exhibition and the opening night!
November 29, 2019