Posted by Wai Lin Coultas on Monday, November 5, 2012
Thai Transience, an exhibition on Thai contemporary art, is now on at the Singapore Art Museum (SAM). A collaboration between the museum and the Office of Contemporary Art and Culture of Thailand’s Ministry of Culture, Thai…
Posted by Wai Lin Coultas on Saturday, November 3, 2012
Photography is now a certified art form. Together with graphic imaging, it is considered the most relevant visual art of today. Just like the most renowned art form of painting, artists in photography also need the…
Posted by Wai Lin Coultas on Thursday, October 25, 2012
Pop art is the trend that changed the perception that art is only for the learned. It revamped the idea of art’s exclusivity to high sagacity and made art appreciation easier. Never have art been more…
Posted by Wai Lin Coultas on Saturday, October 20, 2012
Asia’s art capital Singapore has always promoted art in its every form. One of the initiatives to bring art to the people is by supporting raw and talented artists even at the inception of their careers….
Posted by Wai Lin Coultas on Monday, October 15, 2012
The sophomore edition of Art Stage Singapore has closed its doors, leaving room to reflect on its place within the global art scene and its significance locally. On the whole, Art Stage ’12 seemed like a…
Posted by Wai Lin Coultas on Wednesday, October 10, 2012
“Family photography tends to look the same everywhere you go”, says Steven from I Love My Family Photography, the principal creative director behind the exhibition and head photographer for To My Unborn Son.
Posted by Wai Lin Coultas on Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Competing for attention with the polished and clean lines of Singapore are the arresting, profound and symbolic murals scattered around the city.
The city has succeeded in achieving the perfect of awe inspiring art pieces, without over-crowding the limited open spaces. The nation’s austere and disciplined artists have a lot to do with the classical, tasteful and strategic placement of wall paintings. Aside from the paintings that can be viewed in the Singapore national gallery, the streets are also teeming with artistry.