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Beverley Heath-Hoyland

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Beverley Heath-Hoyland

Beverley Heath-Hoyland has been running the John Hoyland Estate since the artist’s death in July 2011. The long term partner of the painter, she was described by Hoyland’s friend, the renowned architect Ian Ritchie as providing ‘a rock in his life’. In 2014 Heath-Hoyland announced the ...

Qiu Jie Interview

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Qiu Jie Interview

What is your work influenced by? How has your work evolved, and where do you think it will go next? What about the political element? Qiu Jie: I am a romantic, nostalgic and pictorial artist, not a conceptual artist. Firstly, in my pictures, I always search for the beauty of the conversation, ...

PASCAL DOMBIS INTERVIEW

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PASCAL DOMBIS INTERVIEW

You recently unveiled your piece ‘Perspectives Inversées’, with architect Gil Percal in the Palais-Royal de Paris, can you tell us a bit more about the project? We created this outdoor installation piece made entirely of glass to explore the ideas of perspective, viewpoint and representation. ...

An Interview with Roberto Coda Zabetta

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An Interview with Roberto Coda Zabetta

Please describe your process and what is it about unorthodox materials that inspires you?  In 2012, after more than ten years of research during a period of my life that was strongly characterized by the use of figurative, monotone painting, it felt like I had come to a standstill, resulting in ...

Adriana Molder Interview

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Adriana Molder Interview

How do you select imagery for your work? Which faces or images appeal? Film images inspire my paintings and drawings so I watch a lot! Since images are everywhere from newspapers to the Internet anything can inspire me if it strikes me in the right way. Each series I create is related to some event ...

Exclusive discussion with sculptor Jedd Novatt

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Exclusive discussion with sculptor Jedd Novatt

We are very pleased to bring you the first in a series of exclusive discussions with acclaimed American sculptor Jedd Novatt. The idea is to publish the transcripts of these conversations and avoid a formal Q&A style to get incredible insights into Mr. Novatt’s work, ideas and perspectives on ...

35 Years of Collecting with The Smiling Lady Who Once Surprised Warhol – Suzanne Syz

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35 Years of Collecting with The Smiling Lady Who Once Surprised Warhol – Suzanne Syz

ArtAndOnly recently had the pleasure of talking with renowned jewelry designer Suzanne Syz. Known for her unconventional designs, material expertise, technical knowledge and artistry, Syz’s creations are highly sought-after worldwide. In the 1980’s Syz was living in New York City and a member ...

Private museums and pop-up exhibitions are not the only models to go in presenting private collections. Satinder Garcha and Harpreet Bedi lead the way with hôtel vagabond.

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Private museums and pop-up exhibitions are not the only models to go in presenting private collections. Satinder Garcha and Harpreet Bedi lead the way with hôtel vagabond.

In Singapore, art collectors and hotel owners Satinder Garcha and Harpreet Bedi share their private collection, show their commitment to culture and shake up the art and cultural ecosystem through their newly-developed property, hôtel vagabond. Private museums and pop-up exhibitions are not the ...

“Let’s do nothing but Chinese Contemporary Art!” – a discussion with Woffles Wu

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“Let’s do nothing but Chinese Contemporary Art!” – a discussion with Woffles Wu

Tell me a few words about yourself and the art you relate to. Woffles Wu: First and foremost I was, and am still, a painter without a commercial objective – I just love to paint. In my teens I was influenced by the Matissian style of Ding Yan Yoong and created a lurid, manga style …

“A good artist copies, but a great artist steals”

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“A good artist copies, but a great artist steals”

In discussion with Indonesian artist Iskandar Fauzy   Tell me a little bit about yourself. Well, my name is Iskandar Fauzy and I am an acrylic painter. I started painting 7 years ago after working as an interior designer. Through my practice I would say that I search for something I ...

Singapore, the upcoming ‘Art Hub’ of Southeast Asia with renowned collector Jackson See

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Singapore, the upcoming ‘Art Hub’ of Southeast Asia with renowned collector Jackson See

As a Singaporean, what is your opinion of the local art scene? In the context of Southeast Asia, Singapore has a different environment all together. Singapore has a completely different comfort level and this affects its artists’ behaviours. Singaporean artists are very conceptually strong but ...

The relationship between sculpture and architecture: A conversation with Pablo Reinoso

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The relationship between sculpture and architecture: A conversation with Pablo Reinoso

The lines between sculpture and architecture have always been blurred. We understand both have a critical responsibility to address the physical space and consider tenets of form, scale and material. Certainly by definition, architecture must also confront some utilitarian duties in addition to ...

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