Saturday, August 02, 2003
In commemoration of Singapore’s 38th National Day
Chinatown Photographic Club
cordially invites you
To the Opening Ceremony of the Nusantara Photographic Club’s
“Catching Light and Shadow” Photo Exhibition
Officiated by our Guest of Honour
Dr. Lily Neo
MP for Jalan Besar GRC &
Adviser to Kreta Ayer-Kim Seng Grassroots Organisations
On 15 August 2003 (Friday) at 6.30pm
At the Kreta Ayer C.C. Exhibition Hall
Refreshments will be served
Exhibition date: 16-20 Aug 2003, 10am-9pm daily
“Catching Light and Shadow” Slide Show: 16 Aug 2003 at 7.30pm
Shergillstudio is an independent gallery created to promote appreciation among general public of visual arts by singaporean artists. The studio is displaying works by the studio's founder, manjeet shergill, who through the use of bold colours and suggestive yet ephemeral feminine imagery, worked to create paintings that capture the beauty and provocativeness of her subject matter - everything she sees around her.
The Art Loft
The Art Loft, a contemporary art gallery located within the unique setting of a Volvo car showroom along Alexandra Road was officially launched on 7 November 2002 by Dr. Ho Kah Leong, Principal of Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts.
Being the first car distributor to incorporate a theatre, full scale café, children's playroom and internet work stations to the showroom, it aims to provide visitors and customers a richer buying and ownership experience. The Art Loft was also created with this purpose in mind.
Overlooking the showroom, The Art Loft is filled with an international collection of contemporary art by a diverse group of artists from across the world, whose works illustrate various moods and emotions that symbolize life in its various forms. The paintings will be refreshed every month to give visitors a new experience each time they visit The Art Loft.
249 Alexandra Road Singapore 159935 Tel +65 6378 9385 Fax +65 6473 4452 Website www.the-artloft.com
Art Class by Twardzik Ching Chorleng at the Art Loft
Instructor - Twardzik Ching Chorleng Born in Singapore, Twardzik Ching Chorleng is an artist and arts educator who has been practising ceramic arts and land art for more than 10 years. She has exhibited extensively in group and solo exhibitions throughout Western Canada and Singapore. A regular recipient of meritorious awards and scholarships including the Hanna Kristmanson Ceramic Scholarship, the Ceramics Canada Award, and the Crown Life Entrance Award, Leng’s work is included in numerous public and corporate collections. Leng holds a Master of Fine Arts Degree from University of Regina, Canada, a Bachelor of Fine Arts in ceramics and a Diploma in Ceramic Arts from Alberta College of Art and Design, Canada. Course Details Sculpture - Working with Clay 30 August & 06 September 2003 (Saturday) (2 consecutive sessions) 2:00pm to 4:00pm Mask Making with Paper Mache 27 September & 04 October 2003 (Saturday) (2 consecutive sessions) 2:00pm to 4:00pm
Friday, August 01, 2003
Singapore Tyler Print Institute
Upcoming exhibition on a selection of important Chinese Woodblock Prints from a travelling show that has toured USA, Portugal, Holland and Switzerland, with Korea as its previous stop before Singapore. This exhibition will only be in Singapore for a very short period in September 2003. Lecture is on 27 September 03 which is free and held in STPI's gallery at 2.30pm.
Monday, July 28, 2003
CHIP BEE GARDENS
Participating artists at the June inaugural Show
abdul multhalib musa_ahmad zakii anwar
delia prvacki_drew harris_eric chan
ivan lam_jalaini abu hassan_joe fleming
margot wiburd_mariana saleh_milenko prvacki
om mee ai_pablo posada_peter dittmar
philippe cesaretti_robert berlin
teguh ostenrik_the drawing room, manila
BLOCK 43 GALLERY
Watch this space!
Sunday, July 27, 2003
Sunjin one of Singapore's leading contemporary art galleries specializing in artworks from across Southeast Asia, particularly Malaysia and Indonesia.
Our unique and inviting main gallery space sits amidst a cluster of popular restaurants and shops in the vibrant neighbourhood of Holland Village.
Here at Sunjin, the traditional meets the progressive and the classic interplays with current trends.
From figurative paintings to abstract sculptures to mixed media installations and conceptual art, we are dedicated to promoting outstanding artworks from both established and upcoming talented artists, locally and abroad. Our collection includes works by Frank Stella, Jai, Zheng Yuande and Ahmad Zakii Anwar.
Appealing to a varied clientele, our gallery continually exhibits works of high distinction and diverse artistic styles, genres and cultural themes.
Established in 2000, the gallery has been inducted into the exclusive Singapore Art Galleries Association and is one of the leading purveyors of fine art to both private and institutional collectors.
Art lovers can also look to our gallery for an array of quality services. We sell, rent and source for artworks, supply and manage commissioned pieces or project works for collectors, and undertake other art consultancy assignments. We also provide rental of exhibition space for artists and related events.
Sunjin has a decidedly global perspective and we are poised to be a key player in local and regional art markets. The gallery, with its developed network of strategic alliances with galleries, museums, associates and diplomatic agencies in the region, has also exhibited art from countries in Europe and Latin America.
Fine works of art from the Sunjin collection, including an array of unique antiques and furnishings, can be seen at our new outlet located on the third floor of DFS Galleria Scottswalk.
Sunjin Galleries (S) Pte Ltd
43 Jalan Merah Saga
#03-62, Work Loft @ Chip Bee
Contact: Jennifer or Farha
11.30 am - 7:30 pm (Weekdays)
11.30 am - 6 pm (Saturday)
Closed Sundays and Public Holidays
DFS Galleria Scottswalk
25 Scotts Road
12:30 pm - 8:30 pm (Daily)