Kedah-born Wong Lihua, calligraphy artist and fashion illustrator, talks about her success so far and why she plans to remain in the fashion business.
This year marks his second exhibition with the gallery, which will run from 1 September to 6 October at their Paris space.
But no matter the medium, he has a single goal: to make art that speaks to as many people as possible.
Showcased from 6 May to 26 August at SAM, ‘Imaginarium’ allows the young and young-at-heart to explore big ideas and concepts through contemporary art.
The Asia Pacific Breweries Foundation aims to stimulate discourse about the converging contemporary art practices of the region.
Running from 22 June to 30 September, the exhibition will be displayed in the M+ Pavilion.
This year’s show once again brings together a stellar team of programme curators, including Gianni Jetzer and Samuel Leuenberg.
In his solo exhibition ‘Bao Bei’ (2005), Singapore artist Jason Wee recreates the interior of Kuo’s treasure chamber at The Substation in Singapore, adorning its walls and floors with over 100 colour photographs depicting gay male pornographic imagery.