Animal Instincts

Animal Instincts

S PAGE IN EXPAT LIVING

1 July 2021

REDSEA Gallery is proud to present the latest artworks from British bronze sculptor S Page. He trained at the University of Southampton and today specializes in sculpting minimalist animal forms in bronze through what’s known as the lost wax process. 

Some exciting news...

Some exciting news...

Congratulations to our incredibly talented Lydia Janssen!

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!
 

A Far Horizon

A Far Horizon

Peter Watts in Expat Living

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

Readers' Choice Awards 2021

Readers' Choice Awards 2021

Expat Living

REDSEA Gallery has once again been voted 'GOLD Winner for the Best Art Gallery' by the readers of Expat Living. Thanks to all those who voted!

Travel Inspired Ink!

Travel Inspired Ink!

Jieun Park in Expat Living

South Korean artist JIEUN PARK gives us the lowdown on what inspires and drives her passion for her Chinese ink art.  Travelogue, her current REDSEA Gallery exhibition in Singapore, is an array of striking, abstract, travel-inspired Chinese ink pieces. 

10 French Sculptors You Should Know About

10 French Sculptors You Should Know About

Val in Artsper Magazine

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. 

Painting the Sky

Painting the Sky

Charlotte Elizabeth Lane

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.

Never-before-seen works by Val to go on display at REDSEA Gallery

Never-before-seen works by Val to go on display at REDSEA Gallery

Val in World Magazine

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. 

Spotlight On Chris Churcher of REDSEA Gallery

Spotlight On Chris Churcher of REDSEA Gallery

Shining the Spotlight On…Chris Churcher of REDSEA Gallery, who tells us all about his journey from London to founding one of Singapore’s leading contemporary art galleries and the upcoming exhibition ‘Val: A Retrospective’

Coming Together Again by Ian Findlay-Brown

Coming Together Again by Ian Findlay-Brown

April 2018

Lydia Janssen's abstract expressionist paintings are dynamic, intimate narratives of disaster and renewal. Her achievement is not one easily obtained: it is hard-won – emotionally, physically, and intellectually. She speaks to passion and to the sensuality of life, as well as to the liberation of the damaged spirit and its rebuilding.

Asian Art News

Asian Art News

Voyages by Ian Findlay-Brown

April 2018

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. 

Art Republik

Art Republik

Wild Horses by Tanya Michele Amador

American artist Lydia Janssen makes her Singapore debut with her latest body of works at REDSEA Gallery, located at Dempsey Hill, opening 27 January 2018 and running till 25 February 2018.

Prestige

Prestige

A New Home

2 June, 2016

A groundbreaking project between a prominent French Artist and marine conservationist in Koh Tao aims to help save the island's coral reefs while inspiring similar efforts throughout Asia. 

Art Republik

Art Republik

Flights of Fancy

A Surreal Meeting with Christine Argillet by Nadya Wang

Malaysia Art Gallery Guide

Malaysia Art Gallery Guide

International Inspiration

November 6,2016

Interview with Chris Churcher, the owner od REDSEA Gallery, Singapore on his expectations and observations of the art scene.

Blouin ArtInfo

Blouin ArtInfo

Redsea Gallery to Exhibit Dali Tapestries and Porcelain From Pierre Argillet Collection

September

The tapestries and the porcelain plates are the stars of the exhibition as both were designed especially for two museums: Dali’s Teatro-Museo in Spain and Château de Vaux le Pénil in France. The “Argus” tapestry is dubbed as “one of the most extraordinary pieces of the collection” according to a press release, and will make its debut in Singapore.

Expat Living

Expat Living

A Surreal World

22 August 2016

The iconic works of Salvador Dali return to REDSEA Gallery this September, in the form of a selection of Dali’s etchings and drawings from the Pierre Argillet Collection, as well as porcelain works and tapestries previously unseen in Singapore. Here, CHRISTINE ARGILLET, daughter of renowned art collector and Dali confidante Pierre Argillet, tells us what it was like knowing Dali, the impact he had on her and what we can expect from this exclusive exhibition.

Art Republik

Art Republik

Heat Wave - A look at REDSEA Gallery Summer Group Show

25 July 2016

This summer, REDSEA Gallery, Singapore, will present their ‘Summer Group Show’ exhibition featuring selected gallery artists from Korea, China, Indonesia, France and US. Running from 24 June to 29 July 2016, the exhibition will comprise works representing various art disciplines (akin to the theme of this issue) including photography, painting, sculpture and ceramics. Art Republik takes a look at some of the participating artists.

Art Republik

Art Republik

Wildflower - works by Chinese-Dutch artist Zhuang Hong Yi

15 October 2015

Art Republik takes a closer look at the beautifully chaotic works of Zhuang Hong Yi, Chinese- Dutch Contemporary artist. Living and working in two different environments, it is no surprise that his works take influence from both Chinese and European techniques. As an artist that embraces both the past and the present, his contemporary creations roots in the use of colours, themes, shapes and materials (specifically rice paper).

Robb Report Singapore

Robb Report Singapore

A never ending story: Anna Berezovskaya

1 July 2015

There is always going to be art that can be appreciated at face value, and art that will require several related degrees to even scratch the surface. Anna says "I loved creating stories as a child, and I think its interesting to think about what all these people are preoccupied with."

Blouin ArtInfo

Blouin ArtInfo

Dealer's Notebook: Q&A with Gallerist Chris Churcher of REDSEA Gallery

12 May 2015

Chris Churcher says, Art is....  "Never wrong - it's just a matter of opinion"

Art is….

Never wrong – it’s just a matter of opinion. 

- See more at: http://sea.blouinartinfo.com/news/story/1152565/dealers-notebook-qa-with-gallerist-chris-churcher-of-redsea#sthash.g0j2NTwO.dpuf

Art is….

Never wrong – it’s just a matter of opinion. 

- See more at: http://sea.blouinartinfo.com/news/story/1152565/dealers-notebook-qa-with-gallerist-chris-churcher-of-redsea#sthash.g0j2NTwO.dpuf