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3 minutes with Alessia Levonique Candra

What have you been up to since your last show with us at SPRMRKT on 2 McCallum Street?  A:  I have been painting but sometimes life gets in the way, so it has been rather an uphill battle to produce more works. How have you developed as an artist?  A: I believe i still have a […]

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3 minutes with Jovian Lim

You’ve never exhibited outside the confines of an art gallery before. Why are you exhibiting at Here/Now? I was intrigued by the sense of clear purpose and space demarcated by SPRMRKT Daily to allow its hung work to engage with its audience. Who/what inspires you? Does Singapore as a city and country inspire you?  I […]

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3 minutes with Danielle Tay

The third piece in a series which ruminates on the idea of mental space, local contemporary artist, Danielle Tay’s latest work ventures into the internal mind space that we create for ourselves—one uninhibited by structures and conventions; one that we call our imagination. Formed using a collage of hand-painted cutpaper illustrations, she reminds us of the beauty […]

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HDB Home Of Singapore: The Photo Exhibition Feat. Keyakismos + Tomohisa Miyauchi

HDB: Homes of Singapore is a book project by husband-and-wife duo, Eitaro Ogawa and Tamae Iwasaki of KEYAKISMOS, with architect and senior lecturer at NUS, Tomohisa Miyauchi. Three years in the making, they have carefully documented the interiors of 118 HDB homes in a 700 page, full-colour photo book to celebrate the art and culture […]

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Woman Of The Hour: Queenie Rosita Law, Artist & Entrepreneur

Born in Hong Kong, and a graduate of the Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design with a degree in Graphic Design specialising in experimental image making, Queenie Rosita Law’s interest in storytelling and capturing ephemeral moments in life is a fundamental aspect of her work as a visual artist and image-maker. Blending photography […]

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3 minutes with Jau Goh

Born in Malacca, Malaysia in 1980, Jau Goh graduated from the Architecture School in the University of Western Australia in 2004. Currently living and working in Singapore, Jau creates an entirely personal universe in her paintings by following a precise framework of formal techniques, filled with visual fields of lines and color with the intention […]

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