Artesan Gallery + Studio is differentiated by our creativity for constant reinventions in artistic and curatorial approaches, resulting in outstanding exhibitions. In 2009, the Art-on-Tour project was conceived. We took the lead in staging pop-in exhibitions across the country for general public viewing and exposure, with the intention of growing a wider audience to experience the dynamic and thriving pulse of contemporary Asian Art, encourage its accessibility - and increase visibility of our artists.
Over the last fifteen years, the gallery has curated over eighty exhibitions and engaged in major collaborations with the National University of Singapore Museum, National Arts Council (Singapore), The Lee Foundation (Singapore), LASALLE College of The Arts, ICA (Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore), The National Art Gallery (Singapore), The Singapore Art Museum, The National Center & Community for the Arts (Philippines), the Philippine Embassy (Singapore), the Philippine National Bank (Singapore), INSEAD (Singapore), the Singapore Tyler Print Institute, Nanyang Technological University, Ernst & Young (Singapore) and the prestigious Ateneo Art Gallery in Metromanila (Philippines).
Internationally, Artesan has curated shows in Florence and Venice (Italy), Basel (Switzerland) and Manila (Philippines).
- Tue, 03 Oct03 Oct 2017, 7:00 pmPhilippines Ambassador's Residence, 20 Nassim Rd, Singapore 258395
- Wed, 15 Feb15 Feb 2017, 7:00 pmArt Fair Philippines 2017, 2/F The Link Building (Beside Landmark), Ayala, Parkway Dr, Makati, 1224 Metro Manila, Philippines
SCRATCH A WALL OR GO CRAZY
Due to Popular Demand
The Exhibition is extended to 12th May 2021
Artesan Gallery + Studio proudly presents Scratch a Wall or Go Crazy, a first-time showcase of works by street art collective RSCLS [pronounced: ras-kuhls]. The exhibition is a collaboration between Artesan and RSCLS, and takes an imaginative form of an installation and wall jam, as well as works on
canvas from the collective’s Southeast Asia-wide event, The Solidarity Movement.
As a collective, RSCLS is a recipient of the Seed Grant from the National Arts Council Singapore and have been involved in numerous exhibitions and events both locally and internationally. The Solidarity Movement is an initiative by RSCLS that creates a regional sharing network for urban arts. It is also a program that documents, archives and provides an understanding and education of street art and graffiti as an art form in the cultural and urban context of different cities in South East Asia.
ANTZ, AHDIAONE, DEM0365, DREWFUNK, EGG FIASCO, KILAS, LIARBEN, MON, NEO, SHEEP, SONG, SPAZ, TR853-1, TYLM, ZERO