REDSEA Gallery is proud to announce our solo exhibition for French artist, Francois Bel!
Bel crystallises everyday objects, from pocket watches as depicted in this photo, to unbounded explosions of cash confetti and splattering paint tubes, resulting in hypnotic sculpture pieces not to be missed.
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Lydia Janssen's painting, 'The Swimmer' has been selected for this year's prestigious London Art Biennale!
To coincide with this, Lydia will be launching her upcoming monograph, Dance to Art, published by Skira and written by Ian Findlay-Brown, at Tate Modern.
Please contact us to find out how you can get a copy of Lydia Janssen's monograph!
Delve into Peter Watt's background, creative process, and his inspirations in this recent featured article in Expat Living! Read A Far Horizon, by Rebecca Bisset here.
French sculptor Val (Valérie Goutard) has been featured in Artsper Magazine's '10 French Sculptors You Should Know About', listed among the bigwigs such as famous neo-classist sculptor Jean Antoine Houdon and the father of modern sculpture himself, Auguste Rodin.
With its cloud-puncturing skyscrapers, towering apartment blocks and restaurants as high as the 70th floor, artist CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH calls Singapore “a city in the clouds”. It’s this same characteristic that has inspired her acclaimed “sky series” of paintings.
A retrospective exhibition showcasing 45 of French sculptor Valerie Goutard's enigmatic bronze and glass sculptures will be staged at REDSEA Gallery in Singapore. The show will shine a spotlight on the defining works of her art career from 2004 - 2016, and also release new sculptures to the public for the first time.
Fantasy and reality are at the heart of Russian artist Anna Berezovskaya's paintings. Viewing her work is always a great pleasure as her complex narratives challenge our imaginations in broad social, psychological, historical, and artistic terms.