• Ten Things to Know About Botero the Great

    16 Oct 2017

    Born in Columbia in 1932, Fernando Botero left school to become an artist, displaying his art for the first time in an exhibition in 1948. His subsequent art, concentrates of situational portraiture united by his subjects’ exaggerated proportion. In the last three decades, he has achieved international recognition for his artworks and is known as […]

  • TAMEN+ : Everyone is an Island

    16 Oct 2017

    This is an interview of Chile’s art magazine Arte al Limite with Tamen+. (translated as THEY). As of 2017, Chinese contemporary artist duo Tamen will be officially known as ‘Tamen+’.   AAL: Where does the name THEY come? THEY: The majority of people, including artists, always like to use the terms “I” and “we.” In […]

  • Cai Guo-Qiang: Sky Ladder

    15 Oct 2017

    Kevin Macdonald’s 2016 documentary- produced by Wendi Deng- is a fascinating introduction to renowned Chinese contemporary artist Cai Guo-Qiang’s thrilling celestial artworks. The Sky Ladder is a 1,650-foot ladder of fire climbing into the skies above artist Cai Guo-Qiang’s hometown. Creating ambitious signature pieces on the largest imaginable scales, Cai’s electrifying work often transcends physical […]

  • Merging Art & Subculture: Dior Homme Fall 2017 Collection

    14 Oct 2017

    Art + Luxury collaborations have taken the world by storm due to the increasing global awareness of the importance and economic attributes of the Art market. The Dior Homme Autumn Winter 2017 collection sees artistic director Kris Van Assche pushing the art and fashion collaborations and sub-culture references. There were models who walked down the […]

  • YANG GALLERY X The French Cellar: Wine Tasting Event

    14 Oct 2017

    Dear friends, we cordially invite you to The French Cellar’s 4th anniversary wine tasting event at YANG GALLERY • Singapore on 14th October, 2017 from 4-6pm. We look forward to welcome you soon! 🍷 RSVP: / +65 6721 8888 YANG GALLERY’S 《Venue Crossover Collaboration》 at our three deluxe spaces in Singapore and Beijing is […]

  • YANG GALLERY at CIGE 2017, 28th Sep – 1st Oct 2017

    28 Sep 2017

    YANG GALLERY @ CIGE Art Fair 2017, booth D2 Exhibiting Artists: Shi Lifeng, Zhang Xiangming VIP Preview: 28th September 2017, 6-9pm Exhibition Period: 28th September – 1st October 2017 Venue: National Agriculture Exhibition Center, Exhibition Hall 11. 2017 CIGE, the 13th China International Gallery Exhibition will be held on September 28-October 1, 2017 art the National […]

  • Cai Zhisong’s ‘Deer’ Dazzle at 2017 Bazaar Star Charity Night

    25 Sep 2017

    YANG GALLERY’S representing renowned contemporary sculptor Cai Zhisong’s works deeply reflect our society progression and mankind’s spiritual existence. At the ‘2017 Bazaar Star Charity Night’ held in Beijing on 10th September, his latest collection 《Deer》was auctioned for RMB 600,000, collected by IDG Ventures CEO, Xiong Xiaoge. Congratulations!

  • YANG GALLERY • Singapore ‘SPLENDOR 光芒十射’ Grand Opening Exhibition Cocktail

    15 Sep 2017

    Dear Friends, You are cordially invited to YANG GALLERY • Singapore ‘SPLENDOR 光芒十射’ Grand Opening Exhibition Cocktail. Date: 23rd Sep 2017, 2-5 pm Venue: 581 Orchard Road, The Shopping Hilton, #01-11 / #02-22, Singapore 238883 ‘SPLENDOR’ Grand Opening Exhibition showcases the most established contemporary artists from China, Europe & Singapore. YANG GALLERY sincere thanks our […]

  • George Wong: ‘All My Properties will have a Museum’

    28 Aug 2017

    George Wong is not afraid to call himself the “black sheep” of the hotel industry. Neither does the executive chairman of Hong Kong’s Parkview Group shy away from confessing he spends far more time pursuing his love for art than actually working on his property developments. “When I am working on a development, I always […]

  • Zhong Biao: Reality of the Subconscience

    27 Aug 2017

    “As an artist and philosopher, ‘reality’ and ‘subconscience’ are major themes in Zhong Biao’s works. His goal is to use painting as a medium to challenge the limitations of time and space. – Wei Bo, Art critic (China/USA) Zhong Biao was born in Chongqing and taught at the Sichuan Academy of Fine Arts. Over the […]

  • Tokyo Is Getting a Yayoi Kusama Museum in October

    26 Aug 2017

    Renowned Japanese ‘Dotty Queen’ Yayoi Kusama has built a museums dedicated to her workin the Shinjuku section of Tokyo, and it is scheduled to open on October 1, according to the Japanese media. Somehow, the artist has managed to keep the project very hush-hush until now. The five-story museum—a white, large-windowed, curved structure—was built by […]

  • Why is Art So Expensive? What is Art?

    23 Aug 2017

    “What is art?” Pablo Picasso replied: “What is not art?” Perhaps Art is a lie for Picasso, yet, it is also a truthful lie. What then, is art in the eyes of the average person? And why is art so expensive? Let us return to the most primitive state of art with a simple summary: […]

  • National Day ’17 Special Feature: Journey Through Art with renowned Singaporean artists Tan Swie Hian & Fan Shao Hua

    09 Aug 2017

    In the past 52 years, the arts and culture sector has developed and progressed significantly in Singapore. ‘The arts and culture are an integral part of Singapore which the country must continue to nurture because “Man does not live by bread alone’, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. We do wish for the finer things […]

  • Chinese Contemporary Sculpture Continues to Heat Up

    01 Aug 2017

    Since the early 90s of the last century, the art auction industry in China began to rise and till date, had gone through two decades of transactional seasons. To understand more about the fundamental basis of the Chinese contemporary sculpture market, we must first look at the basic direction of progress of contemporary sculptural art […]

  • Jared Kushner & Ivanka Trump’s Art Collection Is Worth Up to $25 Million

    26 Jul 2017

    Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump have released new financial disclosures, including more than 70 assets “inadvertently omitted” from Kushner’s initial filings. Among them is Kushner and Ivanka Trump’s contemporary art collection, valued somewhere between $5 million and $25 million. Ivanka Trump frequently takes pictures of herself and her family posing in front of artwork that […]

  • We Are Moving to Serve You Better

    10 Jul 2017

    We are pleased to announced that YANG GALLERY • Singapore will be relocating to our new address from 16th July 2017 onwards: The Shopping Gallery Hilton, #01-11, 581 Orchard Road, Singapore 238883 For more information please contact us anytime: / +65 6721 8888 Welcome to YANG GALLERY, where Art meets Fashion, Luxury, Investment & […]

  • Cosmetic Giant DABAO Product Launch Conference at YANG GALLERY • Beijing 798

    05 Jul 2017

    YANG GALLERY • Beijing 798 is pleased to partner Johnson & Johnson (China) Investment Co. Ltd to host the product launch conference of Chinese cosmetic giant, Dabao, under the group. Beijing Dabao Cosmetics Co., Ltd. was founded in 1985 and is based in Beijing, China. The company develops, produces, sells, and exports herbal cosmetic products […]

  • Art is the Most Profitable Alternative Investment

    04 Jul 2017

    In the past two centuries, many successful enterprises & power figures in the world are relating themselves with Art. Among them are famous families such as the Rockefeller family, the Ross Charles family; luxury groups and big corporations such as BMW, Mercedes-Benz, MontBlanc, LVMH, Gucci, Prada, Swatch, Martell, Hugo Boss, Cartier, LVMH, IBM, Samsung. A […]

  • The Most Expensive Artworks in the World

    01 Jul 2017

    There’s a booming art market that’s defying political and economic downturns for the past 10 years globally. In a generally unstable economic context in recent years, the Art Market has shown remarkable stability and resilience. Let us take a look at some of the most expensive artworks ever sold. $250 million. The Card Players by […]

  • Hansel & Gretel: Ai Weiwei’s Monumental Art Installation at the Park Avenue Armory

    24 Jun 2017

    At Hansel & Gretel, an interactive installation about modern surveillance by Ai Weiwei, Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron, selfies are part of the experience. A collaboration several years in the making, this immersive, super-high-tech installation in two parts reunites Ai Weiwei, the Chinese artist-activist-dissident, with Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron, the Swiss architects […]