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Best of The Artling: 2023 Highlights
In 2023, The Artling celebrated many milestones including our 10th anniversary and some of our largest sculptural installations to date. We reached new creative heights at the Mondrian Singapore hotel with the unveiling of What Party by KAWS and the Mondrian art collection. Curated art adorned the walls of Capella Singapore hotels in and Capella Sydney, as well as Artyzen Singapore. Our advisory team curated works specially for High House, and the 21 Carpenter Art Collection. We ended the year on a high note with the unveiling of ASTRA by Jun Ong, a confluence of steel stretching 280 meters atop the iconic pinnacle of One Raffles Place in Singapore.
December 22, 2023
Highlights from DESIGNART TOKYO 2023: Sparks!
DESIGNART TOKYO, one of Japan's largest design and art festivals, took place in Tokyo, a world-leading culturally diverse city, to present various genres of art, design, interior design, and fashion. The festival that ran between the 20th to the 29th of October had grown to attract a total of approximately 214,500 visitors this year.
December 04, 2023
ART SG 2024: The Leading Art Fair in Southeast Asia is back!
The leading international art fair for Singapore and Southeast Asia is back! ARTSG's second edition and return to Singapore will have a stellar line-up of 116 galleries from 33 countries and territories. The Fair will be held alongside an ambitious program of large-scale installations, insightful conversations, thought-provoking film and new media curations, and expansive city-wide activations in close collaboration with Singapore’s visual art museums, important private collections, and cultural partners, within Singapore Art Week, the city’s annual celebration of the visual arts.
December 01, 2023
Best of The Artling: 2022 Highlights
Another year has flown by and we're nearing the end of 2022! Before we move into the new year, we reflect on the year that has passed and some of our accomplishments. The world re-opened, and we were pleased to still see strong interest in supporting artists and designers from all over the world. We worked on some exciting projects this year such as public murals, office spaces and hotels, and we even presented an exhibition in Zurich. Read on to find out more!
December 26, 2022
Best of The Artling: 2021 Highlights
We can barely believe it’s the end of 2021 already! Despite continued challenges with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we are pleased to have continued to be able to provide artists and designers with a platform to share their works with the world, and for our customers to discover new and exciting artists. We worked with some great clients this year, to complete monumental-scale projects along with corporate offices and residential projects across the globe.
December 26, 2021
INTO THE WOODS: Crafted from Yoshino Nature
The third edition of INTO THE WOODS introduces the ideas and innovations of a new generation of craftspeople dedicated to preserving the Yoshino forests. Crafted from Yoshino Nature showcases their products—birthed from the perfect union of Nature and Human—which were created to bring us the beauty of Yoshino Wood, and back into the cycle of forming our own relationships with nature.
December 15, 2021
Krazy for KAWS: A Peek at Carol Tan's Collection!
KAWS: HOLIDAY has recently made its way to The Float @ Marina Bay, Singapore, and attracted the likes of art enthusiasts and collectors alike. Carol Tan, an avid KAWS collector was amongst the swarm of art lovers at The Float to not only admire the installation but also meet the artist; Brian Donnelly. This week, The Artling spoke with Carol Tan about her her impressive KAWS collection, her collecting journey, and her love for art.
November 30, 2021
Peipei Han: Her Curation Process & The Chinese Contemporary Art Scene
Peipei Han is an independent curator and the former Associate Director of PHOTOFAIRS. She has previously curated design exhibitions in her home city of Beijing and in recent years, also a wide range of art exhibitions in Shanghai. She has also written various articles on the subject of contemporary art for international publications. She completed her MA from the University of the Arts, London in Media, Communication and Critical Practice. Ms. Han joined the Shanghai edition of PHOTOFAIRS in 2015 and has been instrumental in positioning the fair as the leading platform for contemporary photography and moving image in the Asia Pacific region.
November 23, 2021
Magnus Resch on His Vision of The Perfect Art World & More
Magnus Resch, PhD, is one of the world’s leading experts in art management. He lectures art management at Yale School of Management, and is a serial entrepreneur and bestselling book author. In 2019, he launched Magnusclass, the world’s leading online class for artists and new collectors. The class offers two courses: One for artists to help them become successful, and the other for everyone who wants to start an art collection. This week, The Artling had the opportunity to speak to Magnus on this new online class, his inspirations behind it and his vision of the perfect art world.
November 16, 2021
Julia Morton on the Generative Art Movement
Previously a fashion designer and co-owner of Einstein's boutique, Julia Morton is now the gallerist of the Generative Art Project. Located in downtown Austin, the gallery features art made by humans working in creative collaboration with autonomous, non-human entities, such as code, math, data, software, and robots. This week, The Artling had the opportunity to speak to Julia Morton on what drew her to Generative Art Project, and what the Generative Art movement means for the art world.
November 15, 2021
Chris Chun On Finding Inspiration In Nature, Food, & Rats!
The Artling spoke with the accomplished artist, Chris Chun, on the launch of his new collection celebrating 2020 - Year of the Rat.
January 10, 2020
Hong Kong Art Week 2019 Highlights
Across Hong Kong last week, 307 galleries from across the world showcased at blockbuster art fairs Art Basel Hong Kong and Art Central. However, that wasn't to say that the Hong Kong art world wasn't just as exciting outside of those fairs. Openings were plenty, with galleries across the country exhibiting showstopping exhibitions. Here are some of our highlights from Hong Kong Art Week 2019:
April 04, 2019