Category Archives: Writing & Reviews

John Avelluto, title img, By Nicola Anthony Thomas Micchelli - source Hyperallergic

Found Articles: Nothing as It Seems – John Avelluto’s Unrelenting Emptiness

Don’t be bound by the graphpaper-y frames of life. This week’s inspiration came from the following article I read by Thomas Micchelli about artist John Avelluto, whose artwork really challenges our perceptions of paper and sculpture. His art is definitely not what

John Avelluto, title img, By Nicola Anthony Thomas Micchelli - source Hyperallergic

Found Articles: Nothing as It Seems – John Avelluto’s Unrelenting Emptiness

Don’t be bound by the graphpaper-y frames of life. This week’s inspiration came from the following article I read by Thomas Micchelli about artist John Avelluto, whose artwork really challenges our perceptions of paper and sculpture. His art is definitely not what

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Found Articles: ESSENTIAL READING for artists and collectors – ‘Crapstract’ Painting

This is a crucially important article and debate for all artists (established and studying), art buyers, collectors & creatives. This particular article, Zombies on the Walls: Why Does So Much New Abstraction Look the Same By Jerry Saltz appeared this month in New York Magazine and

Screen Shot 2014-06-26 at 10.34.05 am

Found Articles: ESSENTIAL READING for artists and collectors – ‘Crapstract’ Painting

This is a crucially important article and debate for all artists (established and studying), art buyers, collectors & creatives. This particular article, Zombies on the Walls: Why Does So Much New Abstraction Look the Same By Jerry Saltz appeared this month in New York Magazine and

Wings, by Zhou Wendou.j, image (c) Nicola Anthony, Art Stage 2014

Art Stage Singapore 2014 – Following The Light

If you were not able to attend Art Stage 2014, I have documented some of my top art picks especially for you! Article originally published in Artitute Magazine, January 2014. This year’s Art Stage is packed full of juicy artworks that

Wings, by Zhou Wendou.j, image (c) Nicola Anthony, Art Stage 2014

Art Stage Singapore 2014 – Following The Light

If you were not able to attend Art Stage 2014, I have documented some of my top art picks especially for you! Article originally published in Artitute Magazine, January 2014. This year’s Art Stage is packed full of juicy artworks that

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My chat with Art Fair Giant Lorenzo Rudolph

Mr. Lorenzo Rudolph is the man behind Art Stage Singapore 2014, Asia’s biggest art fair. Before the grand opening, I donned my journalist’s hat and asked him a few questions to find out how the Art Fair has been put

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My chat with Art Fair Giant Lorenzo Rudolph

Mr. Lorenzo Rudolph is the man behind Art Stage Singapore 2014, Asia’s biggest art fair. Before the grand opening, I donned my journalist’s hat and asked him a few questions to find out how the Art Fair has been put

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Edible Art Movement interview: Steven Low Thia Kwang

Over at the Edible Art Movement HQ I have been working with 4 other artists. I re-blog the EAM interview with Steven Low Thia Kwang below: You may have spotted Steven Low Thia Kwang’s work as part of CIRQUE du SCENT last month. Steven’s SeedForFood is

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Edible Art Movement interview: Steven Low Thia Kwang

Over at the Edible Art Movement HQ I have been working with 4 other artists. I re-blog the EAM interview with Steven Low Thia Kwang below: You may have spotted Steven Low Thia Kwang’s work as part of CIRQUE du SCENT last month. Steven’s SeedForFood is

PITC Burton Morris, Popcorn Blue HR

POP! Burton Morris in Singapore

  A little something I wrote for Artitute Magazine – Pop is not my usual genre of choice, but it was an honour to talk with a world renowned pop artist, Burton Morris:   For his first visit to Singapore,

PITC Burton Morris, Popcorn Blue HR

POP! Burton Morris in Singapore

  A little something I wrote for Artitute Magazine – Pop is not my usual genre of choice, but it was an honour to talk with a world renowned pop artist, Burton Morris:   For his first visit to Singapore,

Princely Treasures, Baroque, Image

Review: Princely Treasures from the House of Liechtenstein

  Originally published as ‘Past masters, current muse’ in Artitute magazine, (c) Nicola Anthony, (See original article here)   Whilst you may usually spot me flitting around the contemporary galleries, absorbing the glow of neon light sculptures or pressing my

Princely Treasures, Baroque, Image

Review: Princely Treasures from the House of Liechtenstein

  Originally published as ‘Past masters, current muse’ in Artitute magazine, (c) Nicola Anthony, (See original article here)   Whilst you may usually spot me flitting around the contemporary galleries, absorbing the glow of neon light sculptures or pressing my