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100 Friends 100 Artists 100 Inspirations exhibition The exhibition, conceptualised and curated by art-management.com and :phunk studio, showcase… Read More
100 Friends 100 Artists 100 Inspirations exhibition The exhibition, conceptualised and curated by art-management.com and :phunk studio, showcase 100 portraits featuring 100 inspirational figures that have influenced and encouraged 100 well known Singaporean and international artists from multi-discipline artistic practices. All 100 A4 portraits all framed and priced at a very affordable S$199.00. The exhibition will is a unique chance to view work from such a diverse range of artists and creative disciplines, with 100 percent of the proceeds will benefit the non-profit TRANSMISSION: PROJECT. Read Less
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The exhibition, conceptualised and curated by art-management.com and :phunk studio, showcase 100 portraits featuring 100 inspirational figures that have influenced and encouraged 100 well known Singaporean and international artists from multi-discipline artistic practices. All 100 A4 portraits all framed and priced at a very affordable S$199.00. The exhibition will is a unique chance to view work from such a diverse range of artists and creative disciplines, with 100 percent of the proceeds will benefit the non-profit TRANSMISSION: PROJECT 

Dream Chaser / 追夢人
Starting out with nothing except a burning passion to follow their dream, the father of Modern Chinese art, Wu Guanzhong and the successful :phunk studio today is a glittering example for me as an artist to be fearless and tireless, despite being penniless and in charging towards an endless dream. 

Both Wu Guanzhong and :phunk studio were a huge influence on my work. The contemporary Chinese painter has always been a thinker and philosopher who use art as his medium for expressing complex ideology. :phunk studio’s passion for art whose  works visually conveyed the idealism of every true-blue artist which is to 'do what you love' has inspired me with unlimited motivation and peerless endurance. They constantly challenge the conventional notion and definition of the artist and the commercial design studio by blurring the boundaries between both, mixing neo-pop art ideology with postmodernist design sensibilities. Their cross-disciplinary approach is best described as "an aesthetic collective consciousness" focused on experimenting with new approaches to visual expressions.

As Wu Guanzhong, once said, “There is no boundary in terms of art; art belongs to the world, not to a certain nation or country.” It all starts with your desire taking the first step chasing towards your dream.