(Plu)ral Pow-wows: Jeremy Sharma (Part 2), in Conversation with Marjorie Chu

Check out Part 1 of our Pow-wow with Jeremy Sharma here. In this instalment, we explore the easy friendship between gallerist Marjorie Chu and Jeremy, at Marjorie’s beautiful shophouse space, Art Forum. Marjorie’s presently running a showcase of Jeremy’s early work entitled Jeremy Sharma : The First Seven Years.  If you have a bit of time, … More (Plu)ral Pow-wows: Jeremy Sharma (Part 2), in Conversation with Marjorie Chu

(Plu)ral Pow-wows: The Unbearable Lightness of Jeremy Sharma (Part 1)

We’re kicking off a new series today, in which we chat to movers and shakers in the art scene — artists, gallerists, curators, collectors, historians, art enthusiasts — basically anyone who’s invested in the space and has something interesting to say about it. We thought it might be fun to bring you a slice of … More (Plu)ral Pow-wows: The Unbearable Lightness of Jeremy Sharma (Part 1)

From Palate to Palette: A Story of Art and Food

The entire island-city of Singapore seems to be caught up in Kusama-fever, since the opening of the National Gallery‘s blockbuster exhibition, Kusama: Life is the Heart of a Rainbow last Friday (read our take on the top 5 must-sees from the show, here), with snaking lines of visitors waiting to get in to the galleries.  … More From Palate to Palette: A Story of Art and Food

The PluraList: Top 5 Things to See at Yayoi Kusama’s Life is the Heart of a Rainbow

…and so, just like that, the blockbuster exhibition of the year is upon us! The National Gallery Singapore (NGS) has given us a little taste of Yayoi Kusama’s Obliteration Room in its Children’s Biennale (see our take on it here), but by the end of this week, be prepared to face the full onslaught of Kusama’s mad … More The PluraList: Top 5 Things to See at Yayoi Kusama’s Life is the Heart of a Rainbow

Big Shows for Little People: The Whys and the Wherefores

It seems to be quite on-trend these days, at least here in Singapore, to have dedicated  art exhibitions catering specially to the toddler to tween set. The month-long June school holidays are upon us and Singapore’s two main modern and contemporary art museums, the Singapore Art Museum (SAM) and the National Gallery Singapore (NGS) have … More Big Shows for Little People: The Whys and the Wherefores

The PluraList: 8 Must-Have Encounters at Art Basel Hong Kong

Hello from Art Basel Hong Kong 2017! The show opens officially today, and we’re reporting onsite from Hong Kong. This year’s Encounters sector of the art fair features large-scale installations that allow visitors to experience works which “transcend the traditional art fair stands.” In no particular order, here’s a quick look at (plu)ral’s top picks : 1. … More The PluraList: 8 Must-Have Encounters at Art Basel Hong Kong

Shanghai Swing – A Funhouse of Digital Art at M50

When you’ve spent the morning having your senses assaulted (albeit in the best possible way) at the behemoth show that is the Shanghai Biennale and followed that up with a massive, delicious, but food-coma-inducing lunch, it’s not easy to summon up the energy or enthusiasm for more art. Even for crazy art enthusiasts like us. … More Shanghai Swing – A Funhouse of Digital Art at M50