The Art Week Conversations: Considering Collecting

The Art Week Conversations: Considering Collecting

WHEN
16 – 31 January 2019
VENUE
Artspace@Helutrans
Millenia Walk
ADMISSION
Admission Fees Apply
WEBSITE
http://www.theoartspro.com/

The Art Week Conversations: Considering Collecting

Now in its fifth edition and targeted at new and existing audiences, The Art Week Conversations look at collecting and collectors in Southeast Asia, in particular Vietnam and Singapore. Every art market has its particular character and points of growth, developing according to the actions, insights and directions of its producers and buyers.

Panel discussions are topical, looking at current art collecting scenarios as well as recent milestones. Our erudite group of collectors, artists, curators and gallerists will parley the dynamics and ways-in of successful and authentic collecting. Artist, curators, and collectors speak out, going beyond common understandings of buying and collecting art. This is not the usual art market talk.

Programme
Singapore: Collecting Under $5K
19 January, 11am–12.30pm

Rise of the Private Collection
26 January, 11am–12.30pm

Vietnam Viewpoint
27 January, 11am–12.30pm
To purchase tickets, please visit here.

Exhibition
The Head Project by Victor Tan
16–31 January, 12pm–8pm
To RSVP, please visit here.

Victor Tan began The Head Project in 2013 in his studio to create and test the boundaries of art and social media for himself. The project has morphed over time, continuing to be a treat for visitors and friends to climb into this larger-than-life wire sculpture. The Head Project creates the experience of being on the inside of a sculpture, looking out. On behalf of Victor Tan, THEO Arts are privileged to invite you to view The Head from the inside. 

For more information on The Head Project, please visit here.

Image courtesy of National Arts Council
Art Fair & Galleries
STPI – Creative Workshop and Gallery
19 January – 9 March 2019
Cheong Soo Pieng has been lauded as one of Southeast Asia’s most important artists emerging from the post-war Chinese diaspora.
ArtScience Museum
17 January – 2 February 2019
The IMPART Collectors' Show features visually arresting works of Asian contemporary art from Singapore-based collections.
Hatch Art Project
18 January – 14 March 2019
More Than Human World: A Wake-up Call From Posthuman is a futuristic art exhibition by Hatch Art Project exploring relevant contemporary themes.
Esplanade–Theatres on the Bay
17 January – 31 March 2019
Ink Mountain 墨山 is Mark Chan’s personal and unique vision of the world where his paintings and calligraphy in Chinese brush and ink on distressed paper take centre stage.