Mounting A Hunt For Genius

LOVING back is the reason artist Tan Swie Hian is setting up a $10 million fund that will be the seed from which an award for artists will be...

The Philosophy Of The Fight

WE ARE turning into a society keen to fight, to vent our frustrations via combat sports. Anything seems to be up for grabs, battering or bruising — from boxing to mixed...

Punch-Drunk Singapore Boxing

  FROM 200 gladiators 50 years ago to just eight now. Can Singapore boxing recover from the TKO? Bringing smelling salts to the sport is Alexander Shah.  “In the next five years, I...

Roger Dean – Art To Music

IN THE mundane, Roger Deans sees the fantastic. Dean's art has graced the covers of albums since the 1970s, developing a style that is dreamlike yet bordering on the imaginative as...

Moving Too Fast To Be Moved

CAN ART do more than just sit on a wall? Does art still have the ability to move people? Is art a force for change? And if art no longer...

The Route Less Travelled

WILL the large, bold figures clambering over the former military barracks at Gillman be enough to draw in an appreciative audience to this lonely art outpost? Los Angeles based artist...

Artist Nan Qi’s Dot Matrix

For Chinese artist Nan Qi, building his art perspective took him along a pathway dotted with Chinese and Western ideas and ideology. The opening up of China to the world...

The Greatest Beauty Doesn’t Talk

2016 HAS claimed a record number of famous artists. Bookended by the shock of David Bowie succumbing to cancer and the recent passing of George Michael, Richard Adams and Carrie Fisher...

Peter Wants Ai To Be A Big Draw

PETER Draw does things out of love. The basis of his existence is rooted in the core value that love conquers all and offers hope for society. The jovial bachelor...

Tattoo Your Holiday Memories

WITH tattoos making the quick leap from sub culture to pop culture, parlours offering these inking services have been popping up with abandon around the world. Your next holiday in...