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Another Place by Hong Viet Dung


As one of the founding members of the Gang of Five, Hanoi-based artist Hong VietDung is no stranger to international fame. His landscape works are often woolly, using gradients to outline his subject matters and often, his works are described as peaceful and tranquil.  His works convey a meditative spirit, no doubt inspired by his devotion to the Buddhist faith. As a renowned painter, Hong has exhibited internationally including Russia, Germany, Singapore, Norway, and Japan. He participated in the Europ’Art International Art Fair in Geneva, Switzerland and also held a retrospective of his works in the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum and Singapore Art Museum. Apart from that, some of his works have been auctioned in international auction houses like Christies.
Morning Road
Hong Viet Dung
2017

Generally, Hong uses pale and distinctly muted colours to bring a sense of calmness and contemplation...
Spring Memory
Hong Viet Dung
2017

Marie Hong Viet Dung is one of the most renowned contemporary Vietnamese artists, whose poetic landscapes...
Sunset over river
Hong Viet Dung
2017

Hong Viet Dung was born in 1962 in Hanoi and graduated with a degree in Painting from the Hanoi Industrial...
Quietude
Hong Viet Dung
2017

Vic - Hailing from Hanoi, Vietnam, Hong Viet Dung (born in 1962) was an apprentice at the Pham Viet Son...
Misty Nostalgia
Hong Viet Dung
2017

Vietnamese artist Hong Viet Dung creates poetical landscapes of extraordinary texture and depth. The...
Nighttime Dreaming
Hong Viet Dung
2017

In his recent works Hong depicts Ha Long Bay, with his works emanating a calm and serene quality that...
Reflective Gold
Hong Viet Dung
2017

In this painting Hong Viet Dung depicts Vietnam’s Ha Long Bay with extraordinary texture and depth...

A World of Knitting - Wang Lei


Chinese contemporary artist, Wang Lei has been converting materials into objects with the bold use of his knitting techniques. The artist does not use wool, thread or yarn to produce his artworks. Rather, he uses paper from materials significant to him, such as the Bible, Tao Te Ching, dictionaries, newspapers and even toilet paper. The Henan-born artist incorporates these texts into his handmade clothes by careful and meticulous knitting. His dedication is shown as he slices each paper into narrow strips, dampens them and finally roll and twist them into yarn from which he then starts knitting with exquisite control. Wang Lei's thoughts on life and issues are imprinted figuratively onto the clothes he produces, even as he leaves the interpretation up to viewers.
Multi-color Coat 五彩衣裳no.4
Wang Lei
2012

Art of Wang Lei evolves into another dimension by using unusual materials which are delicately knitted...
The Chinese Bible
Wang Lei
2015

In this masterpiece, the artist Wang Lei introduces a simple custom, which design belongs to the past...
Landmarks of the World
Wang Lei
2015

Another custom from Ming Dynasty which is knitted by the hands of the artist accurately in honor of the...
Toilet Paper Fashion
Wang Lei


Toilet Paper Fashion
Wang Lei


Cultural China - "Ci Hai"
Wang Lei


China Daily
Wang Lei


Mountain Foreward - Wang Tiande


Born in 1960 in China, Wang Tiande is one of the most significant and innovative calligraphers of present times, internationally renowned for his revolutionary takes on traditional Chinese art. A graduate of the Chinese Painting Department at the Zhejiang Academy of Fine Arts in 1988, the artist is now dean and professor at the Art and Design Department of the prestigious Fudan University in Shanghai. Characteristically using incense sticks to burn symbols which resemble Chinese characters onto rice paper, Wang Tiande’s work has been collected by the British Museum, London, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Boston Museum of Fine Art, Hong Kong Museum of Art, Shanghai Museum of Art, Guangdong Art Museum, Shenzhen Art Museum and JP Morgan Bank.
Hou Shan HLX OT31,32,33,34
Wang Tiande


A scenic panel of four connecting pieces expands into a vast valley of thought. The artist Wang Tiande...
后山 1
Wang Tiande


The presence of overlapping layers enriches the whole concept with the presence of time. This imbues...

Rainer Lagemann at Capri by Fraser, Changi City, Singapore


Employing metallic squares to represent the core intellectual, emotional, physical and spiritual dimensions of human beings, Rainer Lagemann creates figures that represent the tribulations and ecstasy of human life while celebrating the grace of form. Creating powerful imagery of both tangible form and transient shadows, the artist manipulates lighting and space, pushing singular definitions of physical dimensions by adding variables of expression, while simultaneously instilling meaning into each aspect.

Rainer Lagemann's works were commissioned through Ode to Art by hospitality client Capri by Fraser to adorn the walls of its luxurious new location at Changi City, Singapore. 

Rainer Lagemann at Capri by Fraser, Changi City, Singapore
Rainer Lagemann


Rainer Lagemann at Capri by Fraser, Changi City, Singapore. German artist Rainer Lagemann captures the...
Another Peak
Rainer Lagemann
2014

Rainer Lagemann says: “I use metal squares to sculpt the human form, creating works that elicit both...
Cliff Diver 2
Rainer Lagemann


Rainer shows us his ability to build sculptures that rethink the human form as a medium of artistic expression...
Hanging On
Rainer Lagemann


Rainer Lagemann is an artist who takes the classic artistic medium of expression and beauty, the human...