I was first introduced to Indian art in the early 1990’s when Indian art dealers from Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata and Chennai visited me in Singapore. Their introduction stirred immense curiosity in me and led me in search of Indian art.
Andy Yang’s paintings tell stories from his imagination. Colours ‘pour’ out of his hands onto paper and canvas and drama unfolds. This is intensified by black, gold, cerulean blue and ‘screaming orange’.
Andy’s paintings sometimes take on unpredictable directions. His s...
In 2011, Jeremy started on his VARIATION series. He experimented with durational works involving memory and tones. He worked on a painting everyday, recalling a certain colour the day before, and finally putting the paintings together in sets of 4 and 9.
Jeremy contiuned to pursue his interest in ‘ready-made’ material and surfaces in “readily-available images”. These works challenged him as he experimented with the “removal of self” and absence of expressions in his works.
The ARMY DAYS series continues to detail Jeremy’s experimentations : of forms and of the representational world. His SEA SLABS recall a certain kind of cerulean colour inspired by the lagoons of Venice.
How does one get Jeremy Sharma to distill the first seven years of his artistic practice ? I asked art writer/filmmaker Patricia Chen to crack it in a 4-part video interview series to be released weekly: