Curated by art historian Lorand Hegyi, The Artist’s Voice is a contemporary art show featuring works by 34 artists from around the world. It delves into using art as a medium to examine topics such as existentialism, truth, and anthropology through a variety of different human perspectives. Expect to view works by the likes of Marina Abramovic, Bill Viola, and Michelangelo Pistoletto.
View 22 bronze sculptures by Spanish artist Jesus Curiá at this upcoming exhibition. The sculptures are crafted with ambiguous and abstract shapes and bodies, and are inspired by the themes of tradition, modernity and ethnic culture. While bronze forms the majority of their structures, Curiá also incorporated materials such as wood, stone, concrete and resin in his works.
Tianjin-born artist Ren Zhenyu specialises in Pop Art-style expressionist paintings of iconic personalities, politicians and celebrities such as Mahatma Gandhi, Audrey Hepburn, Mother Teresa and Steve Jobs. These colourful art pieces will be presented at Ren’s upcoming solo exhibition at Ode to Art gallery.
The Haenyo, or female divers, of South Korea’s Jeju Island are the star of this photography showcase by French shutterbug José Jeuland. It documents these tenacious women’s lifestyle, traditions and culture, and takes place at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore’s foyer.
Inspired by the rise of technology and artificial intelligence, French artist Pierre Matter creates bizarre sculptures that combine infant-like figures with robotic elements — resulting in a juxtaposition of the organic with the mechanical.