10 Must-See Art Galleries in Singapore | Yeo Workshop | 7 April 2017
Thank you Travelmag for the inclusion! View the article here.
Thank you Travelmag for the inclusion! View the article here.
Santi Wangchuan's local way of life. Thank you Tatler for the feature! View the article here.
Thank you Art Radar for this extended visual feature of Xue Mu's Liquid Truth. View the article here.
Many thanks to Art Asia Pacific for including Jim Allen Abel's Motorcycle Diaries as one of the highlights from Art Stage Singapore! View article here.
Many thanks to Art Asia Pacific for the feature of Stephanie Jane Burt's first solo exhibition "O Dear What Can The Matter Be", with a review written by Ho Rui An.
Merryn Trevethan's solo exhibition The Party's Over will be on till 30th September 2016 at the Australian High Commission. Read more to find out about the exhibition.Read More
Many thanks to Art Asia Pacific for the web exclusive featuring our exhibition, Long Journey by Vietnamese artist Quynh Dong. The article is here.
Many thanks to The Business Times for featuring our artist, Santi Wangchuan, and his assemblage at Art Stage 2016. The article is here.
Many thanks to the Business Times for featuring our exhibition of Mr Loke Hong Seng's photographs. The article is here (subscription required).
Many thanks to the Straits Times for featuring our exhibition of Mr Loke Hong Seng's photographs. The article is here.
Many thanks to Lianhe Zaobao for featuring Mike HJ Chang. The article is here.
Read Hearne Pardee's in-depth critique of the Singaporean art scene here, where he mentions Yeo Workshop, Mike Chang, Ian Woo, and Choy Ka Fai.
Read BLOUIN ARTINFO's online review of Xue Mu's exhibition here.
Xue Mu's "A Childish Nothingness" is reviewed here in the March issue of Modern Painters!
IDEAT is a French interior design & architecture magazine. In this article, Yeo Workshop is recommended as one of the top 4 galleries to follow.
Art stage Singapore 2015
Female Magazine Art Consultant Audrey Phng recommends Maryanto's Space of Exception
Zulkifle Mahmod is at the forefront of a generation of sound-media artists in Singapore's contemporary art development, adopting a multi-disciplinary/ multi-genre approach that also includes drawings, prints, sculptures and ready-mades.Read More
Many thanks to the Business Times for featuring our exhibition, A Drawing Show. The article is here (subscription required).
Yeo Workshop is delighted to announce the participation of Ian Woo in our upcoming exhibition, A DRAWING SHOW, opening at the gallery on Thursday, 31 July 2014, 6pm till late. Currently, his works can be seen at the "medium AT LARGE" exhibition taking place at the Singapore Art Museum.
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NEW SENSIBILITIES IN SCULPTURE AND PAINTING exhibition listed as one of the 5 must-see art exhibitions this month by LifestyleAsia. To find out more, click here
For The Non Urban Garden, Scottish-Danish artist Edward Clydesdale
Thomson carefully observed the landscape around Diepenheim.
At the same time, he started writing a comprehensive
essay on the history, cultural significance and aesthetic value of
the garden, the landscape and ‘nature’ in relation to the concepts
of time, memory and location.
Psychedelic and Conceptualism
De Apple Art Center. Amsterdam, NL.
27 September - 30 November 2014
Curator: Mark Kremer. Participating artists: Carl Michael von
Hauswolff, Roland Schimmel, Hugo Canoias, Mike Stubbs, Taf Hassam,
Walter de Maria, Alighiere e Boetti, Yutaka Matsuzawa, Emilio Moreno,
Chiara Fumai, Melanie Bonajo, Xue Mu, Gerlach en Koop, Nikolaus
Gansterer, Jan van de Pavert.
Exhibiting right now in Los Angeles, CA! Our recently represented artist, Christopher Thomas amongst other artists such as Renzo Martens, Ed Fornieles, and Kristin Luke. "Art In The Face of Radical Evil*" exhibition runs from 18 - 28 May 2014. Read more...
Yeo Workshop is delighted to announce representation of Zul Mahmod, Sound Sculptor. His work can be seen at the "medium AT LARGE" exhibition taking place at the Singapore Art Museum. Exhibition runs from 25 April 2014 till April 2015.
Beginning on April 13, the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College (CCS Bard) presents thirteen exhibitions and projects curated by second-year students in its graduate program in curatorial studies and contemporary art. The students have organized these exhibitions and projects as part of the requirements for the master of arts degree. Read more..
The particular formation of art that has come to be known as Contemporary Art came about in the television age as a cultural form that was specifically for spectatorship. However today’s most ubiquitous networked media platforms (like Google or Facebook to site the most obvious examples) take us not simply as their spectators but as their very materials for all sorts of algorithmically data-processed purposes that remain mostly invisible. These networks can be understood as sites of intersection between human and non-human materiality. Read more
The relevance of talking about left-wing values and strategies, or what’s left of the left today, is undeniable. Not merely because of neo- liberalism’s dominance as the only ideology, but precisely because of the impotence of the left to adequately react and act against it. It feels like the driving idea behind the exhibition Art exhibition "Art Turning Left: How Values Changed Making 1789-2013" is to demonstrate this crisis...
Read more at http://moussemagazine.it/art-turning-left-tate/#more-44246
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Art Turning Left is the first exhibition to examine how the production and reception of art has been influenced by left-wing values, from the French Revolution to the present day. The exhibition moves away from the political messages behind the works and claims about the ability of art to deliver political and social change, and instead focuses on the effect political values have had on the processes, aesthetics and display of artworks.Read More
Friday, September 20th, 2013, By Norman Tan, Photography by Vanessa Caitlin
Craving a culture fix? Billionaire.com offers a hand-picked selection of the best creative spaces to visit in the sunny Southeast Asian metropolis.Read More
Many thanks to Today for featuring us. The article is here.
Artist creates installation for Preston bus station. Read more here about the project encompassing art projects, debates, talks, art walks. http://www.lep.co.uk/news/community-gives-preston-bus-station-new-ideas-1-5669453
"As if an entrance is over there-" is available order a copy online directly from the publisher Lecturis.
Hanmi Gallery is presenting the 19th interim exhibition, ‘SHIFT’, by a group of artists who share a sensibility of fragility and openness in their practice.
Motivation driving the work of individuals within the group is diverse, but what draws these artists together is a belief that many readings of a work should be possible, that it should attempt to describe an open-ended world.
‘SHIFT’ is open March 1st until 9th March, 2013
Ella Finer's essay, "The composition is different, that is certain" Ophelia Composing Herself rethinks the character of Ophelia through sound and Stein. Finer's article was published on the Kenyon Review Online. Also included is a corresponding sound work - Like sweet bells jangled out of time - with the voices of Marcia Farquhar and Debsey Wykes.
Feiko Beckers, presents a new solo show: My Rock is Also Your Thing from 23 Feb - 13 April 2013 at the Jeanine Hofland Musuem of Contemporary Art in Amsterdam.Read More
Six Big Fish has been selected for the competition Best Swedish Short Award - Göteborg International Film Festival / Jan 25 - Feb 4 2013
Xue Mu has been commissioned for a work at Houten Castellum. Houten Castellum is located near Utrecht, The Netherlands. It is a fresh new city that was built upon a profound histprical foundation. The artist has been commissioned to create a project for the city based on ts historical value. Details of the project will be revealed later in 2013.
Presentation at Art Rotterdam 7 - 10 February 2013, and Art Brussels 18 - 21 April 2013.
Xue Mu will be presenting her ice-age series and black diamond series in solo presentation at Art Stage SIngapore 2012 with Yeo Workshop from 24 - 27 January 2013.
Xue Mu will be exhibiting along with 55 other resident artists for a weekend of presentations of new work and performances, talks and screenings at the Rijksacademie.
Xue Mu's site specific project at Friesland Province House, Leeuwarden, NL has been realised as a commissioned new work.