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One writer investigates in conversation with an industry front liner and a rising artist.
Silent artworks are as good as mere decoration.
A look at the four artists who took centre stage.
Hyperrealist sculptor Edgar Askelovic has famously made life-like sculptures of Andy Warhol, Kate Moss, and most recently, Rihanna.
Some of the French art movement's notable works are now in the National Gallery. Yet, does the century-old Impressionism matter to us?
Six local artists unearthed their artworks that didn't make the cut.
An artist on the small beginnings of pop art in Singapore, and how it will ease locals into art appreciation.
Alexis Christodoulou creates imaginary architectural images on Instagram, signalling at an impending creative commons on social media platforms.
Born into the lowest rungs of Vietnamese society, a bicycle taxi driver was gifted a camera.
One man is building a house so enormous, and so absurdly lavish, that it may be the ultimate symbol of our age of thirst, excess and inequality. Asking price? US$500 million.
A bowl is no longer mere tableware for dining.
A glimpse inside the five-storey village house and the fashion team that lives within.
When graphic and product design meets psychology.
A mother on how her child's doodles have artistic qualities. She then makes the doodles permanent in embroidery hoops.
A graphic designer takes her pick on the most illustrative and expressive umbrellas.
Isabelle Lim's life is like a silent movie, which she extracts still shots out of the reel.
The answer, sought out from local geomancers, is split between confirmations of several theories and a declination to comment on others.
Is retirement simply a way of announcing one’s desire for solitude? Will the work cease, or will it be conducted under other terms?
Singapore's favourite penny-pinching comic character is back after 18 years, but does he still hold relevance for today's minimalist-embracing millennials?
Anton Lim always thought photography could change the world – until he realised photography changed his world.
When buildings are demolished, residents lose a chapter of their lives. Yet, architects are designing buildings with destruction in mind.
The Japanese call it 'Hida no Takumi', an honourable title for the humblest craft.
Singaporean photographer Justin Ong embarked on a journey to Nagaland, India in search of the Konyak headhunters.
At art fairs like Frieze London, attendees can easily be categorised – gallerist, artist, curator, collector, critic – according to what they wear.
The art world is obsessed with unpretty pictures. But why?
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