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ART FORUM SINGAPORE

82 Cairnhill Rd,  Singapore 229684 

Tel 6737 3448  art@artforum.com.sg

​Street parking is available

October 5, 2019

I can’t believe we have come to the end of the series on Talking Prints. In here, I spoke about Lithography and referred to works of the late Chua Ek Kay and the legendary Toko Shinoda.

What can I say, it's a wrap! I hope everyone has gone away...

September 13, 2019

This video has my favourites: print technique and print master. Learn about the Mezzotint here. This wraps up my introduction of techniques relating to the Intaglio family.

Did my favouritism show ? Oops...😜😜😜!

August 23, 2019

When I first started conceptualising this video series on prints, I didn’t think that I would have content for 6 mini episodes. I hope everyone who has watched It so far has gone away learning something new. 

So here it is, the fourth, on Etching and Dry Point. 

As...

July 25, 2019

Very quicky,  we have come to the third of the series on Prints and this time, I will talk about the Stencil and the Serigraph. Keep your feedback coming. 

July 4, 2019

Thank you for the encouraging response to the launch of the video series aimed at demystifying the medium of print. The video series continues here with the first of 2 parts on Screen Printing. 

Enjoy.

June 19, 2019

I receive different visitors at my gallery daily and we have long conversations on art. Interestingly, I notice that many of the visitors come with different questions on medium and forms. Inspired by their curiosity and appetite, I thought I would create this series o...

May 2, 2019

Marjorie Chu with Kheng-Li Wee, Chris Yap and Bary Cha Cha (L to R) at Art Forum Singapore.

Following my last post on aboriginal art and batik, I thought I would share something quite different this time : photography. I gathered 3 photographic artists, Kheng-Li, Chris...

March 18, 2019

Visitors who have visited Art Forum recently and seen the two works on the wall and almost instinctively remark, "Batik"? It is an interesting observation. 

I read that Aboriginal art dates back 60,000 to 80,000 years and that it may be the oldest living art form....

March 1, 2019

I invited my family members over to the gallery for a dinner party during Chinese New Year and I was amused at the response of kids to the paintings in the gallery. My sisters’ grandchildren, aged 9 and 10 years, stood in front of a work by Badhan Das and they debated...

December 14, 2018

Heat from the Earth

by glass artist Peter Kane

Glass has fascinated mankind since the dawn of creation. The very first glass was black glass formed from volcano eruption during the stone age. Glass-making may have started before the days of Syria, Mesopotamia...

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