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An Artling Exclusive: 'Small Things: The Fall Collection' by Dawn Ng...The Artling is pleased to announce the launch of 'Small Things: THE FALL COLLECTION' by Singaporean contemporary artist Dawn Ng. The Fall Collection marks the second season of 'Small Things', a series of a family of paper vessels that have been uniquely handmade in a soft kaleidoscope of shades. 'Small Things' embodies the artist's first foray into the realm of design and is one that demonstrates Dawn's keen sense of materiality and attention to the rawness and irregularity of the handmade object. The Fall Collection ushers in an array of autumnal pigments of blues, taupes, plum, and forest.  The Fall Collection is now available exclusively for purchase on The Artling here!...

November 08, 2021

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The Artling's Top Art & Design Picks for 2021 Holiday Season...The festive season is here! If you’re looking for the perfect gift your loved ones will cherish for a lifetime, look no further. The Artling has once again put together a selection of art & design pieces from our gallery. From prints to design objects to furniture, scroll down for our top picks so you may gift the gift of art this Christmas!  ...

November 05, 2021

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7 Designers Working in Sustainable Design...In our modern world, many businesses are currently looking for ways to drastically reduce carbon emissions, protect the environment and keep the ecosystem in balance. In the world of design, many designers are coming up with ways to produce works that meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations. In order to achieve these goals, designers endeavor to create a circular economy -- a regenerative system that many have adopted, when waste is minimised by using long-lasting design materials, or materials that can be reused or recycled. Making products that can last forever is not the only solution to protecting the environment, a circular economy will prevent products from ending up in the landfill, thus significantly reducing pressure on the environment. This is achieved by circulating resources to ensure that materials used in products can be used again in the future.  Sustainable design is similar to a circular economy. It is when designers conservatively use resources, presuming that these resources are limited and should be preserved for the future generations to use as well. It is achieved when products reduce their use of responsibly-sourced materials.  This week, the Artling had the wonderful opportunity to speak to  some leading designers across the globe about their journey with sustainability, why it has become an urgent issue and share some advice with designers looking to pursue sustainability in their works. ...

October 29, 2021

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The Artling Presents "Parallel Universes: Parafacts And Parafictions"...The Artling is pleased to present ‘Parallel Universes: Parafacts and Parafictions’ at Design Republic Commune. The exhibition opens on 10 November 2021 and is timed to coincide with West Bund Art & Design. Curated by independent curator and former Associate Director of PHOTOFAIRS Shanghai Peipei Han. The exhibition is set within a former colonial building in the Jing’an District, that once served as the Police Headquarters in the 1910s. The 20th-century building was meticulously renovated by Shanghai architect-designers Neri & Hu, retaining a strong emphasis on the relationship between historical and contemporary architecture. The inclusion of contemporary art in this historic venue aims to bridge the three spheres of architecture, art and design, presenting a holistic approach towards how these elements come together.  ...

October 28, 2021

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Adrian George on Orchestral Manoeuvres: See Sound. Feel Sound. Be Sound...Adrian George is the Director of Exhibitions at ArtScience Museum and curator of Orchestral Manoeuvres: See Sound. Feel Sound. Be Sound. This week, independent curator Kristine Tan speaks to Adrian as he reveals to us about how the exhibition came to be, the broad range of works and on sound’s counterpart – silence. Adrian is a curator, commissioner, writer and educator with over 20 years experience working in some of the most influential art institutions in the world including the New Museum, New York; Tate Modern; Tate Liverpool and the UK Government Art Collection, UK.  ...

October 27, 2021

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Nathan Yong's Latest Collection: 'FAREWELL TO REASON'...Singaporean artists and designer Nathan Yong has just released 'FAREWELL TO REASON' - a collection of functional objects of art made of "fluid" marble. This collection marks a technical premiere and a new chapter in the history of design. A tribute to Brutalism, these architectural pieces are a nod to Modernism, fusing human savoir-faire, the natural beauty of onyx and state-of-the-art technology. These designs are made from onyx, a banded stone not unlike agate. The colour variation comes from the dissolving and redepositing of the limestone. The strikingly luminescent stone varies from white to black and every hue in between. The subtle colouration contributes to its unique appeal, as does the translucency of onyx, which allows light to shine through in certain applications. Each piece is unique by nature and only produced in a limited edition...

October 27, 2021

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DesignArt Tokyo 2021: "CHANCE!"...DESIGNART Tokyo is one of Japan's largest art and design festivals, which brings together various genres of art, design, interior design, and fashion from around the world. In a time when new ideas, creative thinking, and actions are particularly needed, these art and design pieces contribute with their creative value in the new era. With this year's theme of "CHANCE!", the festival incorporates 300 artists and designers who showcase a diverse range of timeless works. From 22 to 31 October, Tokyo, one of the world's most culturally diverse cities, is filled with contemporary creations by these talented artists and designers.  While the pandemic poses challenges and limits to opportunities for creators and collects to meet, DESIGNART Tokyo, together with the Crowdfunding service "ubgoe", will hold "KURADASHI", an exhibition where visitors are able to see and purchase valuable works by creators that are not yet available on the market. The rare selection of works that will be exhibited and sold consists of prototypes and treasured works that were previously stored in their ateliers for various reasons that never reached the market. This is a creative market with a new concept where works that are not usually available are delivered to users who share their values. ...

October 26, 2021

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An Interview with Rory Blain on Sedition Art - the Pioneering Digital Art Platform...Rory Blain is the Director of Sedition Art, an online art gallery focused on digital artworks presented as digital limited editions. Launched in 2011, Sedition Art is a pioneering platform for digital art with a mission to change the art world by introducing a marketplace for collecting and trading art in the digital age. The collection includes a diverse spread of artists ranging from renowned artists such as Damien Hirst and Tracy Emin to emerging artists such as Philip Clemo and Maxim Zhestkov. Their subscription service, Art Stream, allows collectors to access and enjoy all the artworks on the site and create personalised playlists of their favourite digital pieces. This week, The Artling had the opportunity to speak to Rory on the impetus behind the creation of Sedition Art, current trends in the art industry, and his perspective of the realm of digital art....

October 22, 2021

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Asia Art Archive’s 2021 Annual Fundraiser: Building A More Generous Art History...Asia Art Archive (AAA)’s 2021 Annual Fundraiser offers an auction of forth-eight works, generously donated by artists, individual donors, institutions and galleries across the globe. The fundraiser is an essential source of funding for AAA, an independent non-profit. All proceeds will go directly towards building collections on the history of contemporary art in Asia, as well as towards keeping the materials free and accessible for research and education. The fundraiser supports the work of AAA to contribute to a more generous art history. ...

October 11, 2021

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Do Machines Dream of Creativity? A Beginner’s Guide to Generative Art...We live in an age where many facets of our lives rest on the backbone of technology, including the way we create and experience Art. The growing field of Generative Art stands as a prime example. The term refers to any art practice that uses an autonomous system, with the artist constructing its infrastructure, defining its parameters, and selecting the final artwork(s) from the multiple outcomes it supplies....

September 28, 2021

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6 Artists and Their Interest in Outer Space...6 Artists and how they showcase their interest in outer space using their own styles and mediums....

August 25, 2021

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Interview: Tan Siuli on Her Independent Curatorial Projects and Art in Singapore...With over a decade of curatorial experience, Tan Siuli is an independent curator with a focus on contemporary art from Southeast Asia. She was formerly the Head of Collections and the Senior Curator at the Singapore Art Museum (SAM) where she oversaw the Indonesian portfolio, commissioned and curated two editions of the Singapore Biennale (2013 and 2016), and curated the President’s Young Talents exhibition series. Leaving SAM in 2020, Siuli now works as an independent curator on various curatorial projects and a Contributing Editor (digital publications) at ART SG. Her recent projects include 'Flesh and Spirit: Selections from the Linda Neo and Albert Lim Collection' (2020-2021) at Primz Gallery; 'Turning the Axis of the World' (2020) at STPI; and 'Into Air' (2021) by Dawn Ng presented by Sullivan+Strumpf at 2 Cavan Road.  This week, The Artling had the opportunity to speak to Siuli on her curatorial projects, the art community in Singapore, and her perspectives on the contemporary art world. ...

August 18, 2021


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