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WOAW Gallery & Case Studyo present SANDWORM by CHARLIE ROBERTS...
WOAW Gallery and  Case Studyo have worked together to present “Sandworm” an exhibition by American artist Charlie Roberts, which is now open from now till 19th july at WOAW Gallery at 5 Sun Street in Hong Kong. The show features various mediums: paintings and sculpture, resulting in a diverse and dynamic exhibition that draws on cultural and science fiction references. The title “Sandworm” is inspired by American science fiction novelist Frank Herbert's work "Dune" published in 1965. In his novel, Frank Herbert imagines a future on the planet Arrakis thousands of years later where a rare and holy drug named “Melange” is sought for by humanity. The usage of the drug allows the ability to predict the future and prolong life. The protagonist in the novel is determined to get his hands on “Melange”, however, is met by the gatekeeper of the treasure, the Sandworm. The giant Sandworm is able to detect any vibrations on the ground and will devour anyone in search of “Melange”. Therefore, the show titled "Sandstorm" takes its name from this reference: the gatekeeper to a highly prized magical drug. ...

June 29, 2020

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10 Large-Scale Artworks to Bring Your Space to Life!...
The demand for large-scale pieces of artworks has recently increased and risen in popularity - but the questions we ask ourselves is why? Large artworks do not necessarily always need to be in an art gallery or a museum to be appreciated: they work very well in every kind of space and in every style! Large artworks are powerful in that they draw immediate attention to themselves the second someone enters to space its in. They help fill up your empty walls and allows everything else in the room to work around it, in terms of its themes, colors, shapes, and patterns. It can also make your job easier to find other pieces of art for your wall. Large-scale art pieces are best displayed in lobbies (hotel, office etc.), corridors, or even your living room to add class and energy. The Artling looks at 10 large-scale artworks to help bring your room to life!  ...

June 26, 2020

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10 Emerging Illustration Artists...
An illustration can be created in many forms, from acrylic to murals, to character design. This unique art form provides the viewer the human connection while at the same time delivering a meaningful message through their concepts, sometimes reflecting social and political issues. The use of color, narrative, and humor unites these illustrators which create complex ideas into a single image.  The Artling picked 10 of the top emerging illustration artists listed with The Artling that are definitely worth a look. The amount of detail in their illustrations will keep you seeing new aspects to the work everytime you look!...

June 24, 2020

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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

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Understanding Abstract Art: An Art Collector's Guide...
The Artling presents an easy guide to buying abstract art. Learn how to read abstract art, what makes an abstract artwork good, and how to narrow your abstract artwork selection....

June 22, 2020

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Hiroshi Senju unveils his first new works since 2015...
Hiroshi Senju has just completed a dynamic series of Waterfall paintings, his first since 2015, which are now being exhibited across a three-city exhibition. They will be showing at Sundaram Tagore's New York galleries (Chelsea and Madison Avenue) and will then travel to London for the opening the gallery's new space at Cromwell Place in London, followed by another exhibition at their Singapore gallery at Gillman Barracks.  "For this group of waterfalls Senju began his creative process on the island of Oahu, Hawaii. The pristine beauty of Hawaii has inspired Senju’s work in the past, but it was the rugged, almost prehistoric landscape of Oahu’s northern side that struck a chord. “There are places where you can feel the energy of the beginning,” he says. “Here, I can feel the echo, the vibration of the Earth and the energy of Earth’s creation.” The artist has a profound connection to and love of nature. He has been conveying in paint its power and ability to inspire awe for more than 30 years....

June 19, 2020

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12 Female Designers to Watch Out For...
Throughout the 20th century, interior, furniture, and object design has been a male-dominated industry. This is despite the significant contributions made by female designers, such as Ray Eames, Zaha Hadid, and Florence Knoll. Many contemporary female designers are continuing to lead the way and shape our modern design history.  We’ve highlighted these 12 exceptional female designers who are steadily climbing their way to the top of the field with unique and collectible designs! ...

June 18, 2020

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10 Artists Who Celebrate Nature Through Their Work...
Nature has always been a great inspiration to artists - from cave drawings of animals, to contemporary artists working today. Artists have depicted nature as a setting to express their inner feelings, forever changing the face of art. As famed impressionist artist Paul Cezanne stated, “Painting from nature is not copying the object; it is realizing one’s sensations. Treat nature in terms of the cylinder, the sphere, the cone, everything in proper perspective.”  The Artling presents 10 contemporary artists using media ranging from photography to graphite pencil, to capture nature and share their connection with the environment!...

June 17, 2020

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"UNSCHEDULED" by Edouard Malingue Gallery...
As part of UNSCHEDULED, Edouard Malingue Gallery is presenting a booth featuring artist Chou Yu-Cheng (b. 1976, Taiwan). Chou Yu-Cheng’s practice builds, across multiple mediums, a subtle critique of mass media, institutions, and the mechanisms that produce them. A graduate from l’Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris, and the research programme La Seine, Chou has gained international recognition for his dialectical interplay between the source and results of his creations. Through his selective conversations, Chou shapes a minimal yet deliberate set of intellectual and aesthetic tricks, which ultimately play on the properties of art, object and space. Organised by Hong Kong Art Gallery Association, UNSCHEDULED features 12 galleries each exhibiting solo presentations with a focus on modern and contemporary art that has a connection to Asia.   In light of the cancellation of the March art week, UNSCHEDULED strives to re-energise Hong Kong's art scene. Neither a traditional art fair, nor a museum exhibition, UNSCHEDULED is a platform for selling and networking that will present solo exhibitions from HKAGA gallery members. Upholding Hong Kong's unique place as the art centre in Asia, UNSCHEDULED's scope is rooted in a commitment to creativity emerging from the continent....

June 17, 2020

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Sullivan + Strumpf Presents "Flat"...
Sullivan and Strumpf Gallery in Singapore is excited to present its first virtual group exhibition, curated by Louis Ho, which can be accessed here with this link. The exhibition features works by 11 contemporary Singapore artists, mostly emerging - such as Fazleen Karlan, Daniel Chong, and Genevieve Leong.  As described by Louis, ‘flat’ is a two-dimensional simulacrum of a three-dimensional space. The aesthetics of this exhibition not only reflect the tenor of life during the lockdown, but also its material conditions of production, shared by many artists, who were cut off from the full range of available resources while the circuit breaker was in effect. "A quick few thoughts on this exhibition: this is a pretty flat show. There’s zero spectacle, most of the works are small-ish, contained, neatly put together. The protracted monotony and ennui and claustrophobia of the past two months in Singapore, and the underlying gloom and anxiety, went into its making, both for myself and - I’m sure - the artists. The trope of flatness is layered, from concept (deadened sentiments) to medium (the approximation of two-dimensionality) to layout (lines grids, squares) to experience (virtual space on a screen)." - Louis Ho In their newly designed viewing room, you can access the virtual exhibition walkthrough and listen to their latest podcast featuring Louis Ho and Jeremy Sharma. They are also sharing a playlist curated by Jeremy Sharma!  ...

June 17, 2020

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