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  • Welcome to Utterly Art - Artist Showcase: Bayu Utomo Radjikin
    figurative artists Early successes in his career include the Major Award at the 1991 Young Contemporaries Competition and Honourable Mentions at the 1994 and 1995 Philip Morris Art Awards The artist has exhibited widely including in countries like the USA Indonesia UK Austria and India Bayu is also known as a member of the MATAHATI art collective Malaysia s longest running art collective Face Without Name Wajah Tak Bernama is

    Original URL path: http://utterlyart.com.sg/artists/view/110 (2015-10-14)
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  • Welcome to Utterly Art - Exhibition: FreeThem
    a puppet governed by others and not himself But the quest for freedom sees him breaking away from whatever controls him through the red strings He breaks free negotiates and intervenes with his surroundings to escape from a dull white environment Exhibited Works Working the System 2011 36in x 18in x 3pcs Enamel paint red wool string on canvas SOLD If you took the bait you will get hooked like a fish 2011 12in x 47in Enamel paint red wool string on canvas SOLD Censorship Is 2011 18in x 45in Enamel paint red wool string on canvas S 2000 Break Out 2011 35in x 31in Enamel paint red wool string glass on canvas with wood frame SOLD Transparency 1 2011 40in x 30in Enamel paint red wool string on canvas SOLD Transparency 2 2011 30in x 40in Enamel paint red wool string on canvas SOLD Transparency 3 2011 30in x 40in Enamel paint red wool string on canvas SOLD Transparency 4 2011 40in x 30in Enamel paint red wool string on canvas SOLD I Control Me 2011 18in x 18in x 2pcs Enamel paint red wool string on canvas SOLD No Boundaries 2011 40in x 30in Enamel paint red wool

    Original URL path: http://utterlyart.com.sg/exhibitions/view/94 (2015-10-14)
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  • Welcome to Utterly Art - Exhibition: A...Z
    frame Earth 2011 30cm x 30cm Oil linocut on Japanese printmaking paper ed of 9 S 400 S 450 with frame Flower 2011 34 5cm x 24 3cm Oil linocut on Japanese printmaking paper ed of 8 S 400 S 400 with frame Grasshopper 2011 25 3cm x 36cm Oil linocut on Japanese printmaking paper ed of 9 S 400 S 450 with frame Hope 2011 23cm x 30cm Oil linocut on Japanese printmaking paper ed of 8 S 400 S 450 with frame Industry 2011 24 5cm x 30cm Oil linocut on Japanese printmaking paper ed of 8 S 400 S 450 with frame Just Lucky 2011 30cm x 23 5cm Oil linocut on Japanese printmaking paper ed of 5 S 400 S 450 with frame Kabocha 2010 32 5cm x 20 5cm Oil linocut on Japanese printmaking paper ed of 6 S 400 S 450 with frame Love Birds 2011 24cm x 36cm Oil linocut on Japanese printmaking paper ed of 7 S 400 S 450 with frame Momo 2010 32 5cm x 17cm Oil linocut on Japanese printmaking paper ed of 5 S 400 S 450 with frame Niku 2010 32 5cm x 19cm Oil linocut on Japanese printmaking paper ed of 6 S 400 S 450 with frame Offering 2011 32cm x 24 5cm Oil linocut on Japanese printmaking paper ed of 9 S 400 S 450 with frame Pumpkin 2011 34cm x 24 7cm Oil linocut on Japanese printmaking paper ed of 5 S 400 S 450 with frame Quest 2011 30cm x 30cm Oil linocut on Japanese printmaking paper ed of 7 S 400 S 450 with frame Rainbow 2011 30cm x 30cm Oil linocut on Japanese printmaking paper ed of 8 S 400 S 450 with frame Starry Night 2011 24 5cm x

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  • Welcome to Utterly Art - Artist Showcase: Loh Choi Ying
    Ying obtained her Diploma of Fine Arts in 1994 and her Certificate in Printmaking in 1998 both from the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts In 2002 she obtained her BA in Fine Arts and Diploma in Printmaking from the Utrecht School of the Arts in the Netherlands She was Highly Commended in the 16th 17th and 18th UOB Painting of the Year competition and selected for the Tokyo International Mini

    Original URL path: http://utterlyart.com.sg/artists/view/112 (2015-10-14)
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  • Welcome to Utterly Art - Exhibition: Deadlocked
    my ancestral roots in China and my Western ideology How and when can I resolve this dichotomy The answers would take forever to unravel There is no real merit in coming to a quick conclusion neither is it the point of this exhibition Instead of severing off any ties with my heritage I embrace them all expressed through the medium of mixed media wood sculpture The red ropes and metal binds the pieces together a symbolic representation of my contrived identity The appearance of the figures are neither Eastern or Western but a blending of both resulting in an aesthetic that resembles more archaic prehistoric representations My inspiration for the works stems from Biblical narratives Asian and Western art history Asian cultures and personal experiences Collectively I seek to find closure in my deadlocked identity by acknowledging the unique position of being a Singaporean Yet the sculptures portray my mixed feelings of tension and repose suffering and consolation Exhibited Works Shackled 2011 186cm x 64cm x 45cm Tembusu wood metal S 5800 Fertility 2011 115cm x 37cm x 49cm Tembusu wood acrylic on hemp rope S 5800 Sixth Day 2011 70cm x 35cm x 19cm each wood 75cm long x 1cm thick rope Tembusu wood acrylic on hemp rope S 5300 Father Son 2011 46cm x 42cm x 23cm each wood 80cm long x 4 5cm thick rope Tembusu wood acrylic on hemp rope S 5300 Anchored 2011 93cm x 109cm x 46cm Tembusu wood acrylic on hemp rope metal S 4300 Blind Supremacy 2011 53cm x 22cm x 30cm head 5cm x 4cm x 4cm each eyeballs 137cm long x 0 7cm thick each rope Tembusu wood acrylic on hemp rope S 3100 Utopia 2011 118cm x 27cm x 28cm Tembusu wood S 3100 Restraint 2011 53cm x 14cm

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  • Welcome to Utterly Art - Exhibition: Boys who like Boys who like Girls who like Girls
    each of the artists narrates their practices through the use of male and female figures respectively Their distinct styles are highlighted in this impassioned series of artworks in which their unique but overlapping perspectives on the world and one s relationship to it begins a dialogue that invites the viewer to join the conversation Aiman s series of works questions the very idea of social facades in human interactions sensing the incongruency between exhibited social facades and real thoughts He uses toys in his works for the same reason to create a semblance of fantasy for the purpose of making reality more palatable His series of works also expands on the theory of symbolic interactionism a sociological perspective that places emphasis on the interpretative analysis of social relations Jolene s series of artworks captures fleeting moments She highlights each piece of work with locations or environments that she has sourced from her various expeditions or travels in the United States Jolene s depictions of female characters in her works seem locked in time conscious only of their own trains of thought and impervious to the goings on of the outside world Exhibited Works The Toy that Spoke with an Accent 2011 100cm x 100cm Oil on canvas S 3100 The Makings of a Little Red Soldier 2011 80cm x 80cm 2011 S 2900 Hard Truth 1 2011 80cm diameter Oil on canvas SOLD The Victory Parade 2011 100cm x 135cm Oil on canvas S 3300 Seaside Bubbles 2011 30in x 40in Oil on canvas SOLD Hello Fish 2011 30in x 40in Oil on canvas SOLD Lolly Polly 2011 30in x 40in Oil on canvas S 2700 Sarah s Secret 2011 30in x 40in Oil on canvas SOLD Little Red Soldier 2011 30in x 40in Oil on canvas SOLD Artists Aiman

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  • Welcome to Utterly Art - Artist Showcase: Jolene Lai
    a year working at movie poster design house The Refinery Creative before returning to focus on fine art She works primarily with oil on canvas or mixed media on water color paper With bold use of color shape and intricate detail she creates images with a seductive aesthetic and subject matter that weaves in emotions of whimsy melancholy irony and absurdity Lai seeks to engage her audience in works that

    Original URL path: http://utterlyart.com.sg/artists/view/114 (2015-10-14)
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  • Welcome to Utterly Art - Exhibition: Dossier
    Bridge Road venue details Dates 29 Sep 2011 09 Oct 2011 Getting to know a person is like walking into a dark room and suddenly finding his her figure in front of you These are the people I found in the dark And these are the figures that will last just for a while and then disappear Artist Tamae Iwasaki Korea South A graduate of the Tokyo Zokei University in

    Original URL path: http://utterlyart.com.sg/exhibitions/view/101 (2015-10-14)
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