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2014.01.15 Wed, by

Art Stage Singapore – first postcard (to Ayi)

I went for a walk and came across the National Art Gallery construction site (the gallery reopens next year). Building behind that looks like a spaceship is actually a spaceship from Planet North Korea. >> Read more
2017.08.25 Fri, by

A Tale of Two Fairs?

“Things are not, in fact, bad,” seemed to be the sentiment of Lorenzo Rudolf, the founder and president of Art Stage, back at Art Stage Singapore back in January this year, striking a pre-emptively defensive and reassuring note. >> Read more
2014.04.17 Thu, by


Market Forces is an annual event that is part of Osage’s non-profit initiative. >> Read more
2013.12.30 Mon, by

Poetics of Materiality

These four artists come from four different countries that together span East and South East Asia. Placed besides one another, the art work of these four artists show a certain unity as much as a distinction. This unity is a commitment to the materiality of artistic practice not simply the basis of much of artistic practice but, as its subject. >> Read more
2012.09.26 Wed, by

Fictional Recoveries

Li Ming, Morgan Wong, Ng Joon Kiat, Shang Yixin and Wang Zhibo, curated by David Chan Gallery statement ‘Fictional Recoveries’ presents video, paintings and installations by five leading Asian emerging artists: Morgan Wong (Hong Kong), Ng Joon Kiat (Singapore), Li Ming (Hangzhou), Wang Zhibo (Hangzhou), and Shang Yixin (Hangzhou). The exhibition investigates each artist’s genuine intention […] >> Read more