'IN' Exhibition

You are cordially invited to attend the opening of,
‘IN’- the fourth Singapore International Schools Art Exhibition at the Australian High Commission on Wednesday 12th November 2014, 6.30 pm.

This year we have ten Tanglin Trust School students/alumni exhibiting their artwork as part of this collaboration between the art departments of nine International Schools. The work is extraordinary in its variety of concept and media and often ambitious in scale.
The gallery at the Australian High Commission provides an ideal showcase for this collection. The designs of our logo, poster and catalogue have been heavily influenced by the gallery’s stylish environment, blending marble, wood and glass. There will be refreshments and outstanding young art talent on show: it promises to be a memorable evening.
Please find your invitation and poster attached.



Strong meaning

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Interesting technique

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Interesting technique

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Interesting technique

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Interesting technique

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Ah Xian

Ah Xian is a Chinese-Australian contemporary artist interested in the human body and how contemporary craft can make it meaningful. Ah Xian uses many different techniques and materials, based on ancient Chinese crafts skills, including porcelain, cloisonne, lacquer, jade, ox-bone inlay and bronze as well as concrete. His most recent work is a new body of bronze casts. Craft Australia asked Ah Xian about sustainability both in his contemporary art practice and for traditional Chinese craftsmanship as well as about the themes of urban displacement and cultural remembrance in his works.
Kathryn Wells

Planes of the face


Aperture explained

Françoise Nielly: Painting


The latest work from Paris based painter Françoise Nielly. “Françoise Nielly’s painting is expressive, exhibiting a brute force, a fascinating vital energy. Oil and knife combine to sculpt her images from a material that is, at the same time, biting and incisive, and sensual. Whether she paints the human body or portraits, the artist takes a risk : her painting is sexual, her colors free, exuberant, surprising, even explosive, the cut of her knife incisive, her color pallet dazzling. ” (via artist website)