After an extremely successful opening night, we are very proud to say our Chen Yifei Exhibitions has set off to a fantastic start. We had a great attendence, as well as being graced with the presence of Richard Chen, Chen Yifei's son, and Mr John Erle-Drax, the Senior Director of Marlborough Fine Art, who flew all the way from London to be here. It was such a terrific night, and we would like to thank everyone who contributed, for the interest and support. We will be displaying Chen Yifei's work until the 9th of May so pen it into your planners and don't miss out!
Thank you all for supporting us at Art Stage. Not only did we up the WOW factor with the sheer magnitude of Ai Weiwei's mega installation; we romanced you with Ling Jian's photorealism; confused you with Yrjo Edelmann's hypersurrealism; and lastly, left you gasping with Zeng Fanzhi's neo-classicism. We promise you that this is just the start to a whole lot more.
The celebration of 2 beautiful dreams coming true, for founder Ms Jasmine Tay & Mr Kim Robinson.
MAD showcases its first celebrity art for her grand opening on Saturday, 8 May 2010 in the "WishfulThinking" Art Exhibition.
This group of artists exhibit a wide genre of work influenced by illustration, comic books, graffiti, street art and pop culture imagery. Together, they represent a playful mix of paintings and installations from all over Asia. Informed by the popular mass culture such as urban street, Japanese pop culture, American comics, and digital design, among other influences, the artists showcased are at the cutting edge of contemporary art practices.
Kudos to everyone for turning up on Christmas! We had fun thanks to the MADNESS everybody harbors.
p/s: amazing photos by tommy @ studio8
Jasmine Tay established MAD Museum of Art & Design in Singapore City’s Orchard district in 2010. Building on the success of her former, Jasmine Fine Art, MAD is a living art space that provides a holistic appreciation of beauty in the way we live and express our thoughts.
Introducing an exciting roster of established grandmasters, as well as young and emerging artists from the East and West. Curated shows at MAD reflects the current moment in art. Informed by the Popular mass culture such as urban street, Japanese pop culture, American comics, and digital design, among other influences, the artists showcased are at the cutting edge of contemporary art practices. This eclectic variety includes sculpture, photography, film, video, drawing, printmaking and figurative and abstract painting.
The Museum maintains a exhibition space in Orchard Road totaling more than 3,400 square feet where twelve to fourteen exhibitions are presented each year, many of which are accompanied by publications.
An art exhibition showcasing the artwork of Chinese artists like Song Wei, Wu MingZhong, Shi Wei, Yang JinSong held at Shangri La Hotel on 15 May - 28 May 2008 where actor Qi Yu Wu initiated a Sichuan Earthquake Charity on 19 May 2008 donating the proceedings to the victims.
Collaborating with the Singapore Art Museum (SAM), the exhibition featuring 36 major works of superstar Chinese contemporary artist, Zeng FanZhi "Idealism" was held in July 2007. These include his celebrated series Hospital, Meat, Mask and Portraits. The exhibition also features new works from the Untitled (Night) series that have never been exhibited. Idealism is an exhibition that captures the tension between greatness and emptiness, joyousness and alienation, sentiments echoed in Zeng's powerful expressionist style.
Held in 2007 by Jasmine Fine Art, an exhibition showcasing Chinese artist Yang JinSong's world of mundane yet significant objects we come across in our daily lives like an ashtray, a watermelon fruit, a television, a bitter gourd and many more.