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July 29, 2019

A Public Square is a year-long programme held at the Substation,Singapore that looks at how our physical spaces reflect or extend our ideas and attitudes about the public sphere. Public space is always contested. In Singapore, public space and infrastructure is dominat...

On May 16, Singapore, Facebook hosted IPG Media and the first poetry slam for companies training day.  And what a time was had by all participants!  Poetry Slam™ is the most popular spoken word event in Southeast Asia, attracting people of all ages, professions and bac...

March 30, 2019

A string of recently discovered old masters pieces have found new life in the art and auction worlds. But what effect does this have on the value of the masterpiece itself?

When he was in his early teens, Jan Six wrote in a friend’s school agenda: “One day I will discov...

January 18, 2019

"In Taiwan there has been a radical shift from buying contemporary Chinese art to taking an interest in Asian names from the whole region".

In the early 2020s, Taiwan had a bigger share of the global art market than mainland China, which was only just beginning to emerg...

January 14, 2019

In Singapore there resides an enormously valuable gem. Precious and symbolic this jewel is actually a reconstruction of a 9th century Arab dhow and a “shining example of what can be achieved by international cooperation,” according to Terry Garcia, Chief Science and Ex...

January 12, 2019

Indices allow investors to gain an insight into the performance of an asset class or a segment of that asset class.  In the case of financial markets, stock and bond market indices typically consist of an imaginary portfolio of securities representing a particular mark...

January 7, 2019

A woman holding a baby looks straight at us from what appears to be a vintage photograph. The pose is that of a Renaissance Madonna, but something is slightly off. Perhaps it is her features, which are too strong, or perhaps the colour of her eyes too dark or the eyebr...

January 6, 2019

From verification tools for provenance and authenticity to new approaches to art collecting and even new art forms, blockchain’s impact on the artworld is already undeniable. During this year’s Art Basel Conversations in Basel, journalist Tim Schneider sat down with Si...

January 2, 2019

John Clang, born Ang Choon Leng, has from a young age carried an immense passion for photography. So much so that he enrolled in LASALLE College of the Arts in Singapore at age 17; but after six months he decided to drop out as the curriculum was moving too slow for hi...

December 5, 2018

When the first light of dawn illuminates the flat roofs of the Uzbek capital of Tashkent, Timur Akhmedov rises and goes straight to his studio.  Every morning is the dawn of a discreet, inner battle, one that all artists know too well. It is the battle between the unco...

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