Come and meet the Give Art artists at one of the our exclusive previews. You gain an informal insight into the artist's methods, helping you demystify contemporary art. Once you have signed up with Give Art, you will be invited to all Give Art events.
We wants you to be comfortable with the artist and the art works you are buying and hope that you will continue to follow the artist's career by attending exhibitions and collecting new works
When you buy an art work, we will ask whether you are willing to loan the work(s) for future exhibitions. This allows the artist to exhibit a whole body of work. allows the public to see the works and increases the artist's exposure even after the works are sold.
Michael Lee and Bob Matthews
An Art Stage Fringe Event
VIP Private View - 10th January 2012
Opening times - 11th - 15th January 2012 (12-6pm)
THIS EXHIBITION HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO 19th JANUARY
At Give Art Space
65 Spottiswoode Park Road
Tolla Duke Contemporary @ Give Art Space is proud to present photographic works by artists Genevieve Chua (SG), Emma Critchley (UK), Hoang Duong Cam (VN), Michael Lee (SG), Mintio (SG), Jason Wee (SG), and Robert Zhao (SG) at the VIP Art Fair’s inaugural photographic edition, VIP Photo, which runs from 11th July to 12th August 2012, with a VIP preview on the 11th of July.
As part of the world's first online-only art fair, VIP Photo has upgraded the model of the art fair with mobile accessibility, social media integration, and live discussion, offering visitors the opportunity to create, customise, and share profiles and virtual tours of their favourite artworks, thus empowering artists, galleries, collectors and art lovers by functioning as a platform for them to connect on their own terms.
Ranging from Jason Wee's and Genevieve Chua's interrogations of the underlying processes of photography, to Emma Critchley's explorations of the shifts in perception afforded by underwater photography, or Hoang Duong Cam's remixes of history writ small and large, each of the artists showcased by Tolla Duke Contemporary offers the viewer intriguing and thought-provoking perspectives of photography.
Open to the public from 12th July. Free with registration at www.vipartfair.com