Wednesday, September 22, 2004
Gajah Gallery has received a new selection of works from Vietnam, Indonesia and Hong Kong.
View the interesting fusion of the contemporary and realist in works by new artist Simon Birch from Hong Kong.
From our main selection of artists, we have new works by Dinh Quan's in both mixed media using eggshells and lacquer on wood. Textural eggshells are individually hand-placed with detailed attention.
Other works include those of Vietnamese artist Bui Huu Hung, Indonesian artists - Wayan Paramartha, Nasirun and Febri Antoni.
Alternatively, you can contact us on 65_6737 4202 or reply to this email if you are interested in any of these works.
Please click on the link to view the selection of works: http://www.gajahgallery.com/nlla.asp
MITA Building 140 Hill St #01-08
Mon - Fri: 11am_7pm
Sat - Sun&Ph: 12pm_6pm
Echo of Odds
A series of materials explorations produced in 2002 by Agnes Lim.
Monday, September 20, 2004
Art Invitational was a phenomenal success raising more than $200,000, exceeding the original target of $150,000. The auction alone fetched $180,000.
This is a new mobile art gallery project by Danger Museum and myself. The deadline for submission is 31 Sep and first exhibition is starting
mid-Nov in a showcase in CityLink Mall.
Do have a read and let me know if you are interested to take part or have
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Arto Mato with
The Danger Museum
Best of Singapore Art 2004
A mobile art gallery with the best Singapore artworks of 2004
We are forming a ‘collection’ of artworks for our mobile art gallery. Entitled Best of Singapore Art 2004, this collection comprises artworks considered by their Singaporean and/or Singapore-based creators to be the best they have created in 2004.
The first location of exhibition will be part of the tickle art series of exhibitions held in CityLink Mall. The works will be displayed in one of the showcases along the exit to Esplanade, a venue with easy access and high human traffic flow. The exhibition will last for a period of two months, from mid-November 2004 to mid-January 2005. Coinciding with the school holidays and the Christmas and New Year festive season, this exhibition will be seen by an estimated figure of 8,000 people.
As with most art galleries, the artworks in Best of Singapore Art 2004 are available for sale. Mail order catalogues will be printed and distributed to the public to publicise the collection and to solicit purchase. The price range of the artworks is deliberately kept affordable for the general public. In addition, a web presence will also be created via the website of The Danger Museum (http://www.dangermuseum.com). This will facilitate international publicity and sales.
Participant must be a Singaporean and/or Singapore-based artist.
The artist should submit 3 to 5 works for selection.
The artworks must be created/completed in 2004.
The artworks must be considered by the artist as the best of his works created in 2004.
Only selected artworks will be featured.
No fees will be paid to selected artists.
The artworks will be priced at not more than S$500.
A 30% commission will be retained for all artworks sold.
Deadline for submitting images of proposed works, CV and other information
31 September 2004
Selection and Notification Period
Until 10 October 2004
Deadline for submitting actual selected works
25 October 2004
Email: type jennifer and followed by @artomato.com