Prune Nourry, the NYC- and Paris-based artist who used her cancer diagnosis as raw material to create, is now holding an exhibition in Paris featuring blind individuals who surmounted their disabilities to emerge stronger.
It’s been a roller-coaster of ever-changing rules for dining establishments, as Singapore cautiously opens up — again. With the latest easing of Covid-19 restrictions, how are restaurants wooing diners back safely, surely and more creatively?
The director of education and consultancy at Metis Art, an advisory and education group, bridges the space between art education and ecosystems.
Sir Peter Blake’s art has graced famous album covers, the Live Aid concert poster and even the 2012 Brit Award statuette. Now it’s on some of the most sought-after whisky in the world.
Equal parts artist and activist, the Filipino defends the rights of the marginalised and disenfranchised one artwork at a time.
The British-Israeli artist and art psychotherapist continues her exploration of family heritage and of the malleability of memories in her latest solo exhibition in Singapore, Casa by Chloë Manasseh.
For artist-jeweller Helen Britton’s creations, recycled plastics offer as much aesthetic value as precious stones.
Artist Marvin Tang uncovers documented garden narratives and reimagines the greenery in a new light.
Social artist duo launch ThisConnect.today initiative and hold interactive exhibition at the Deck, in conjunction with Suicide Prevention Awareness Month.