Premium Pages is proud to present Andrew Swarbrick and Thanapon Dathumma at START Art fair 2022 to be held at Saatchi Gallery, London.
Andrew Swarbrick based in North Canterbury has been working with oils for more than 13 years. His work is an exploration of mental and existential states, conveying mood and story with the striking images of his imagination. His heavy use of symbolism in the surreal worlds he creates only adds to the layers of these multifaceted works. Ranging from the fun, playful and mundane, which can be enjoyed as merely striking images, to the deeper layered visions to be explored as deep oceans of existentialism, spirituality and humanism.
In a space just outside but adjacent to the booth we are exhibiting Thai artist Thanapon Dathumma, who graduated from Thailand’s most prestigious art university; Silpakorn.The artist employs diverse techniques, including painting, weaving, fabric mounting and braiding, to achieve a pluralistic spectacle with a most earnest attitude. As a transgender artist, Thanapon is passionate about the trials and tribulations of the LGBTQ community, and feels that efforts made to transcribe them can never be enough. However, her art will certainly resonate with anyone who empathises with struggles within the boundaries of human cognition.
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Premium Pages is presenting artist Priscilla Lim at Daegu Art Fair 2022.
Priscilla Lim (1964) is a Singaporean painter who expertly guides the world into a simpler realm. It is not difficult to see why. Having been immersed in Art from a very young age, she was able to assemble her colour palette very
effectively. She has seemlessly combined influences of Post-Impressionism with an Asian flair. This may be attributed to her family ties, as well as her tutelage under a Japanese artist. Over time, her style has matured gracefully through continuous honest depictions of imagery from pure recollection.
Our newest project - Straits Gallery
Straits Gallery presents the Koeh Sia Yong Art Museum, which is a permanent fixture at Straits Gallery showcasing some of Koeh Sia Yong’s best works. Currently, the museum is home to more than 100 different artworks of Koeh Sia Yong, which range from depicting local Singaporean landscapes and subjects, to more exotic scenes from the likes of Bali, Indonesia.
Possibly the biggest art gallery in Singapore, we are open to collaborations, artist solo or group shows. Contact us for more information!
Premium Pages played a significant role, presenting Georgette Chen in this year’s Christie’s December auction.
Two of Chen’s works, Rambutan (circa 1960) and A Portrait of my mother (1965) are rare artworks of outstanding quality. Her works are very scarce and highly sought after in the art market. We are honoured to collaborate with the private seller to offer art lovers a chance to view and own these magnificent pieces.
Chen was born in 1907 and her work’s has been offered at auction with realised prices ranging from USD 11,000 to USD 1,180,000.