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Interview: Jan van Schaik on Lost Tablets, The Minimalist Lego Sculpture Series...Based in Melbourne Australia, Jan van Schaik is an architect at MvS Architects, a researcher and senior lecturer at RMIT Architecture & Urban Design, and a creative sector consultant at Future Tense. He has two decades of experience designing award-winning prototypical public and residential buildings in both local and international settings, leading innovative research projects, and providing strategic advice and services to the creative sector. In 2019, Jan founded the Lost Tablets sculpture series, which was named after ships found crewless and adrift at sea. These works visually express a tension between a universally recognisable children's toy and the grammar of architectural symbols. Jan's unique works comprise blocks of found Lego, which bear the marks left on them by their former owners. The shapes of the dynamic face are bound together by the tension between the expectation of what a Lego composition would usually prescribe, and the language of an imagined collective architectural unconscious rendering in memory of the ghost ship she mourns. This week, The Artling had the opportunity to speak to Jan on his Lost Tablets sculptures, his creative process, and his journey in art. ...

July 27, 2021

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Nadine Ghosn's Top Picks...Nadine Ghosn is an award-winning fine-jewellery designer attracting worldwide attention for her hip and bold jewellery designs under her brand Nadine Ghosn Fine Jewelry (NGFJ). Her designs retain her signature rose gold aesthetic and comprise a collection of quirky but elegant pieces. Her brand celebrates three years in the business and launches her fourth collection: Too Cool for School, highlighting the continued light-heartedness and colour theme deeply engrained in the brand’s DNA....

June 22, 2021

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Dara Huang’s Top Picks...The daughter of a NASA scientist Dara Huang has taken over the design and architecture world with her company Design Haus Liberty. For The Artling, she has picked some of her most loved Art & Design pieces...

May 25, 2021

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Tamary Kudita on Re-Representing Euro-Centric Narratives Through Photography...The Artling is thrilled to talk to artist Tamary Kudita, this year’s Photographer of the Year for the Sony World Photography Award! A young but experienced artist, Kudita is making waves in the photography world. Prior to winning photographer of the year, she has also been awarded Violence against Women Journal’s most inspiring art piece award....

May 24, 2021

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Surprising Tools These 10 Artists Can't Work Without...This week, The Artling shares the surprising tools that these 10 artists can't work without. During an artist's career or practice, they will often develop an inclination to a particular tool or set of tools. These tools often extend far beyond their utilitarian function, becoming an extension of their artistic expression. From traditional paints to 3D printing software, these artists utilise their tools in a way that is unique to each of them....

April 12, 2021

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Artists to Follow if You Like Frida Kahlo...Frida Kahlo is considered one of the greatest painters in Mexico, and her artworks sit among the most renowned works of the modern era. Through haunting compositions, her corporeal paintings have paved the way for contemporary portraiture and surrealist works today. This week, The Artling has put together a collection of artists whose artworks are evocative of Kahlo's surrealist portraits....

March 26, 2021

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Artling Exclusive: PHUNK's Monsieur & Madame Robo...Singaporean artist collective PHUNK has just released their latest collection of 'Monsieur Robo' and 'Madame Robo' sculptures, available exclusively on The Artling! These sculptures are part of PHUNK's celebration of their 25 years of art-making....

March 25, 2021

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10 Artists Share About Their Biggest Influences...Some artists are inspired by the profound works left by masters who came before them, and others are shaped by their experiences and environment around them. These influences shape their creations and the manner in which their works are materialised. This week, The Artling shares these 10 artists and their biggest influences....

March 19, 2021

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Artists to Follow if You Like Mark Rothko...Mark Rothko comes from a generation of 20th-century artists who revolutionised abstract art in the 1950s. Like many artists of the modern art era, he did not exclusively adhere to a singular art style; his early works saw his artistic expression move through urban scenery, figuration, and surrealism before entering the world of abstraction. The 1940s marked his transition into abstract art, visually eliminating representational interpretation in his artistic expression. Rothko eventually developed his iconic style of colour field paintings, which depicted large planes of flat solid colour across a surface. Although the art style faced a decline in the 1960s, Mark Rothko's essence and colour field paintings continue to live on through contemporary artists. This week, The Artling has put together a series of artworks by artists who continue developing and conveying the expressive potential of colour in their artworks. Debra Ramsay...

March 09, 2021

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Artists to Follow if You Like Picasso...Pablo Picasso is one of the most prominent artists of all time with an extensive oeuvre of thousands of works made throughout the 19th and 20th centuries. From his radical distortions to expressive colours and compelling motifs, his unique visual language has left an indelible mark on the contemporary art world. This week, The Artling brings together a selection of artists whose artworks are reminiscent of Picasso’s Cubist compositions and surrealist forms....

March 01, 2021

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15 Artists Share About How They Got Started in Art...This week, The Artling shares stories from 15 artists about how they got started in art. These emerging artists come from diverse backgrounds, forging their own paths that have led them to where they are today. They also give us insight into how they were drawn to specific art styles, and how they developed their unique visual languages. Although some of these artists come from varied industries outside of the art world, what ties them together is their love for art, and their drive to pursue th...

February 23, 2021

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There in the middleness: An Installation by KSY (Nathan Yong)...'There in the middleness' is Singaporean artist KSY (a.k.a Nathan Yong)'s latest installation - a large monolithic piece set within the vast greenery of The Padang in Singapore, and distanced peripherally by the city's modern skyline. Commissioned by National Gallery Singapore, this installation examines the need for re-evaluation of modernisation in a post-pandemic world as a progressive society....

February 03, 2021


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