14 May 2016

Akhirnya… is the title of an exhibition of Awang Damit’s personal collection of works that range from his Intipati Budaya series to Payarama series .

The show celebrates the inauguration of the artist’s own art space, pantauIRAGA in Kuala Langat. This is a non-selling exhibition as the focus is to introduce the space to art lovers.

The first pantauIRAGA publication covers Awang Damit’s concepts, sketches and his painting series from 1985 to 2015 as well as a selection of artist’s writings.

Charity Art Auction

23 Apr 2016

Sisters in Islam in collaboration with Editions Didier Millet, Ilham Gallery and Borders Malaysia present the launch of “Secret Colours of Malaysia”, an adult colouring book.
In conjunction with the book launch, a charity auction of artworks by top Malaysian artists and celebrities based on “Secret Colours of Malaysia”, will be held.

Story of Malaysia

30 Mar 2016

Writer Rehman Rashid’s book, “Peninsula : A Story of Malaysia”, will be launched at White Box.

This publication  is co-published by Fergana Art which broadens its scope of activities beyond visual arts.

The book is a “memoir” that is “interlaced with the country’s historical narrative” by one of the most erudite Malaysians writing in the English language.

Batik talk by Tay Mo-Leong & Fatimah Chik

19 Mar 2016

Ilham Gallery’s latest Artist Talk series feature two of Malaysia’s significant batik artists Fatimah Chik and Datuk Tay Mo-Leong.

They will discuss their artistic practices, in particular, their innovative use of the batik technique.

Both artists’ batik works are on show in Ilham’s current exhibition, Love Me in My Batik, until June 20.

New Guide to Malaysian Art

15 Mar 2016

Launch of Narratives In Malaysian Art, Volume 3: Infrastructures and Malaysia Art Map.

The first publication is a documentation of the art scene in Malaysia and how it has changed over the decades. This book comes in two versions with an English and Malay edition.

It will be launched in conjunction with Malaysian Art Map that guides readers to happening art venues in the country

War to Peace

05 Mar 2016

Vallete Gallery and Visioncy present “An Evening Talk with Coskun Aral: From War to Peace”, the story of a distinguished photographer.

In his talk, Coskun will reflect on his career and the challenges of being a photo-journalist at a time when the Internet and digital media did not exist.

The talk will be officiated by Turkish Ambassador Basak Turkoglu.

Yunizar’s Eden

18 Jan 2016

“The Garden in Eden” solo exhibition by Indonesian contemporary artist Yunizar is  held in conjunction with Singapore Art Week and Art Stage Singapore 2016.

The restrospective show will include the artist’s latest creations in bronze produced by Yogya Art Lab (YAL), alongside a selection of his seminal works from past years.

Virtual works by unconventional artists

22 Dec 2015

Visitors to Singapore will have the opportunity to view the latest virtual “art” gallery — Martell AiR Gallery (MAG) — created by cognac house Martell.

To celebrate its 300th anniversary in Singapore and the nation’s 50 Golden Jubilee, Martell has developed  a mobile application accessible through “Martell AiR Gallery” for visitors to the Marina Bay area who has a smartphone.

Martell AiR Gallery’s current exhibition, Zoe – The Art of the Alchemist, offers 15 new works by 15 local artists.

In Mondrian’s Studio

14 Oct 2015

A captivating film that retraces the intellectual and human process that led Dutch painter Piet Mondrian (1872-1944) to geometric abstraction, the highly characteristic style that made him one of the major figures of the international  avant-garde art movement.

Mondrian invented an original, universal language of geometric shapes and primary colours in the early 1920’s.

Filmed in an exact replica of his studio in Paris, this docu-fiction brings Mondrian back to life.

Coffee & Conversations with Shinro Ohtake

10 Oct 2015

Join Shinro Ohtake and chief print maker Etiro Ogawa for a casual afternoon as the artist guide us through his multimedia practice.

Shinro’s work include drawing, painting, sculpture and photography, as well as large-scale assemblage and experimental music and videography.