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Chansrinual: Of Mountains and Mortality
Saenkom Chansrinual paints deeply meditative mountainscapes using a technique that he himself pioneered. He takes this commonly painted motif and adds his own twist onto it, giving a sense of modernity. The calm and magnificence the mountains emanate is e
All About Artists | 21 Jun 2019
Wang Tiande: A Contemporary Take on the Traditional
A visionary at the forefront of Chinese art and calligraphy, Wang Tiande's striking innovations skillfully captivate both soul and mind.
All About Artists | 7 Jun 2019
Lee Jung Woong: East Meets West
Lee Jung Woong masterfully combines both the techniques and materials of the East and West to create art that is uniquely his own.
All About Artists | 29 May 2019
Lee SangSoo: Faux Naïf Fantasies
Lee Sangsoo (born 1983) is a South Korean artist. He studied sculpture at Dong-A University College of Arts and obtained his Masters degree at Hongik University Graduate School of Sculpture. He enjoyed painting and drawing lessons in middle school, then l
All About Artists | 28 May 2019
Byun DaeYong: Dreamer of Ice creams, Fantasies and Global Warming
Byun Dae is a South Korean Contemporary sculptor, whose works focuses on the effects of rapid commercialization and environmental destruction on our planet, animals and our own humanity
All About Artists | 28 May 2019
Raw, Red and Ratchet: Liu Zhen Yong and the Deconstruction of Mankind
Liu is a Chinese contemporary artist, born in 1980 in Zhuzhou City, Hunan Province, China. Liu Zheng Hong graduated from Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts in 2004 with a major in oil painting. Armed with textured movement and a vivid sense of colour, the artis
All About Artists | 27 May 2019
Lim Tze Peng's 2018 Book Launch @The National Museum Singapore
Singaporean Artist Lim Tze Peng's book is finally officially published by Ode to Art Gallery, just in time for his 98th Birthday in 2018
Features | 22 May 2019