I admire artworks that are like a gaze into a different world - a world that I might have deeply desired over the years, but never dared to express in that way.
Interview with Tang Shuo, Studio Lenca and Alya HattaArtistellar second pop-up is now on, encompassing a range of spellbinding vibrant artworks. This time, Adele, founder and brilliant creative head of the project, deemed identity as the core topic of the exhibition. Identity, the name of the pop-up too, is a three-person show displaying the works of the Malaysian artist Alya Hatta, Salvadorian artist Jose Campos, aka Studio Lenca, and Chinese artist Tang Shuo. Together by choice and coming from different yet similar backgrounds by chance, the Artistellar interviewed the three artists aiming to see where the silver lining lies amongst them. Presenting artists with the same three questions highlights many differences yet a solid unity in finding consolation and shelter in their artistic practices. Trying to identify what shaped their artistic practice resulted in deep social analysis and reflection, providing the basis for understanding who the people behind the paintings are.
Collector interviewRoaming around the vibrant streets of the Big Apple could gently harm your perception of art to no end.This is exactly what happened to art collector Matt Kolansky as he relentlessly wandered Chelsea’s art galleries in awe – struck by the amount of alluring glowing white walls filled with hanging colourful artworks.