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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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Skyspace Amarta by James Turrell at Fari Islands, Maldives...Internationally revered for his sublime integration of light and space, Californian interdisciplinary artist, James Turrell once again transfixes the Art world with his latest installation Skyspace Amarta at Fari Islands, Maldives....

August 12, 2021

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Interview: Yayoi Shionoiri on Chris Burden, Nancy Rubins and Art Law...Yayoi Shionoiri is the Executive Director to the Estate of Chris Burden and the Studio of Nancy Rubins, where she is responsible for stewarding Burden’s art historical legacy and promoting Rubins’s artistic practice. She also serves as U.S. Alliance Partner to City Lights Law, a Japanese law firm that represents creators, innovators, and artists, and as an Outside Board Director to Startbahn, an art technology company that is attempting to bring greater reliability to transactions in the art ecosystem. Yayoi is also a published specialist in art law. From 2015 to 2019, she served as General Counsel and Head of Asia Strategy to Artsy, responsible for all legal matters of the company’s global operations, advising on corporate transactions, intellectual property issues, technology start-up management and operations, and digital media strategy. From 2011 to 2015, Yayoi was the Associate General Counsel of The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, providing legal services for matters including exhibitions and non- profit operations. From 2008 to 2011, she served as Legal Advisor to renowned Japanese artist Takashi Murakami, managing his contract negotiations and worldwide intellectual property rights.  This week, The Artling had the opportunity to speak to Yayoi on the legal industry, her role as the executive director of the Nancy Rubins Studio and the Chris Burden Estate, and her perspectives on art law. ...

August 11, 2021

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Interview: Collecting Couple - Andrea and Manuela Billè on Their Collection...Singapore-based couple Andrea and Manuela Billè are avid art collectors who have been growing and developing their art collection over many years. Their passion for art first began in Rome, with the acquisition of a piece by Greek artist Jannis Kounellis. From this first abstract piece by Kounellis, their collection grew and evolved to include several surrealist paintings and figurative sculptures, encompassing a wide variety of subject matter and themes. Below, Andrea and Manuela share more about how they developed their diverse art collection, their perspectives on the art world in Southeast Asia, and how they continue to stay connected to the art world despite the Covid-19 pandemic. ...

August 04, 2021

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Interview: Kylie Ying, Art Collector and Co-Founder of ART021 and JINGART...As a co-founder of both ART021 Shanghai Contemporary Art Fair and JINGART, Kylie Ying is known to be one of the most prominent (and glamourous) art collectors and art patrons in China. She is dedicated to promoting contemporary art in China and remains a successful investor in various other industries such as media, design, fashion, and health care. As an art collector, Kylie has built and developed a collection that is rich in diversity. Her collection includes pieces exhibited by prestigious international museums and events such as the New Museum in New York and the Biennale di Venezia.  One of Kylie's vital missions is to support young, emerging artists by purchasing their artworks and sponsoring and funding them directly. In 2017, she started the campaign “Young Artist of the Year”, generating corporate sponsorship and media spotlights for many Chinese young artists, which marks her notable contribution to the art community. Kylie shares more on her art collecting journey, her perspective on the art world and the growth of art fairs in China....

August 02, 2021

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The Patina Maldives Art Collection...Appointed as Patina Maldives Hotel and Resorts’ official art consultant, The Artling is pleased to unveil the carefully-curated and newly-installed art collection at Patina Maldives, Fari Islands....

July 29, 2021

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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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Interview: Florie Zheng of HTC VIVE Arts on Producing Cai Guo-Qiang’s First VR Artwork...As "Sleepwalking in the Forbidden City" heads to Shanghai as part of the inaugural exhibition of the Museum of Art Pudong, we speak with Florie Zheng, Head of Partnerships, China of HTC VIVE Arts, which partnered with artist Cai Guo-Qiang on his first VR work....

July 08, 2021

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Interview: John Dodelande, Leading European Collector & of Chinese Contemporary Art...John Dodelande is a leading European collector of Chinese contemporary art. He has been growing his collection since his early twenties and owns works by many of China’s most significant living artists. Travelling to meet those artists in person is a crucial part of his method; it is what makes him one of the most engaged collectors of the new generation. Dodelande is also an entrepreneur. Through his business activities and art collection he aims to foster connections between East and West, to help forge a post-millennial ‘Silk Road’. Dodelande has organized revelatory exhibitions in Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and in Georgia (all of the Silk Road countries). He collaborated with the Long Museum to produce a monograph on Wang Yuyang, and has sponsored works on Zhao Zhao and Hu Xiaoyuan. He helped bring to fruition He Xiangyu’s meditative book on the colour yellow. And Dodelande heads a patrons’ group dedicated to Chinese art at Le Musée de l’Art Moderne de la Ville in Paris, his native city. This week, The Artling had the opportunity to speak to John on his newly released book, CHINESE ART: THE IMPOSSIBLE COLLECTION, and his journey in art collecting, and his perspective on the future of Chinese contemporary art. ...

June 30, 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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Interview: Art world legend Simon de Pury announces his latest venture...Renowned auctioneer and art dealer, Simon de Pury collaborates with international artists on a new series of studio-based exhibitions...

June 03, 2021

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Kat West on Her Eco-Conscious Ceramics and Third Culture Background...Founder and creator of Wisp Ceramics, Kat West was born in the Philippines and grew up in Brooklyn, NY. Her first encounter with ceramics was in 2014, and she credits the medium for the valuable lessons it has taught her. She notes that that clay has humbled her, teaching her patience, forgiveness, and most importantly how to move on. She marries an old craft with conscious creation, making pieces that reflect not only her values and style but also her culture. More recently, her ceramic works were listed in the April issue of Elle Decor as one of the eight things eco-minded fashion designer Maria Cornejo's 'cannot live without'. Praising Kat's ability to always come up with new shapes, Cornejo celebrates the ‘organic but modern’ quality of her ceramic bowls.  The Artling chats with Kat on her eco-conscious and meditative working process, challenges she encountered while working with clay, and her connection with her heritage as a third-culture identifier....

May 25, 2021


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