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BALI ARTS

Dec 2013


FROM THE HEART
A Collaboration of Balinese and Singapore Artists

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  Bali Arts, Dec 2013

Press Release, 10 November 2013


MAYA GALLERY & ARTOMORROW ARTSPACE PRESENT "from the heART"
An Exhibition of Singapore and Bali Artists

16 – 26 November 2013
Artomorrow Artspace, Bali

by Masturah Sha'ari

From a casual meeting of friends, to an artistic collaboration and exhibition between 2 countries. Maya Gallery and Artomorrow Artspace are pleased to present from the heART, a group exhibition by Singapore and Bali artists, on the paradise island of Bali.

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  Bali ACT

ASIAN ART NEWS

Nov/Dec 2013


IDYLLIC LANDSCAPES

Maya Gallery is presenting Singapura Chantek: Five Decades of Painting Singapore, a solo exhibition by Idris Ali, whose chosen medium has made him stand out from his peers within the Malay community.

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  Asian Art News, Nov/Dec 2013

ART: Art

Nov/Dec 2013


SINGAPURA CHANTEK

Maya Gallery is presenting Singapura Chantek: Five Decades of Painting Singapore, a solo exhibition by Idris Ali, whose chosen medium has made him stand out from his peers within the Malay community. His watercolour paintings from the 1960s right up to 2013 portray an artist whose dedication is both unquestionable and admirable.

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  ART: Art, Nov/Dec 2013

Press Release, 1 October 2013


MAYA GALLERY PRESENTS "SINGAPURA CHANTEK"
A Solo Exhibition by IDRIS ALI

23 October – 30 November 2013
Maya Gallery

by Masturah Sha'ari

Maya Gallery is pleased to present Singapura Chantek: 5 Decades of Painting Singapore, a solo exhibition by Idris Ali, whose chosen medium has made him stand out from his peers within the Malay community. His watercolour paintings from the 1960s right up to 2013 portray an artist whose dedication is both unquestionable and admirable.

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  Singapura Chantek, by Idris Ali

EXPAT LIVING

Oct 2013


BUYING ART IN SINGAPORE

Whether you’re just getting into art or you’re an art connoisseur, there are plenty of art galleries in Singapore to cater to all tastes. Eleven Expat Living readers, including a collector at Maya Gallery, tell the magazine where they bought their favourite piece of art and how they display it in their homes.

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  Expat Living, October 2013

ART: Art

Sep/Oct 2013


SUNAR SUGIYOU: HOME

Sunar Sugiyou is a third-generation Singapore artist who is the epitome of the eclectic mix of local culture. A Malay artist who is no stranger to the techniques of Chinese ink, he deftly captures street scenes of Singapore of the past and the present in his solo exhibition titled Home, currently showing at The Fullerton Hotel.

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  ART: Art, Sep/Oct 2013

@HOME

Issue 8


PAINTING HOME

What do you call a Singaporean of Javanese descent who excels in Chinese ink? Ironic? Iconic? Rojak? Actually you could call it all of the above, but his name is Sunar Sugiyou. We had the pleasure of meeting him at his exhibition at The Fullerton Heritage hotel in July, presented by Maya Gallery, called simply 'Home'.

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  @HOME issue 8, 2013

ART: Art

July/Aug 2013


HOME

Home is the third solo exhibition by established Singaporean artist Sunar Sugiyou. Held at the luxurious Fullertn Hotel, Singapore, the exhibition is on view from July 5, through September 12. With mastery in the art of Chinese brush painting…

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  ART: Art, Jul/Aug 2013

Press Release, 18 June 2013


MAYA GALLERY PRESENTS "HOME"
A Solo Exhibition by SUNAR SUGIYOU

5 July – 12 September 2013
East Garden Foyer
The Fullerton Hotel, Singapore

by Masturah Sha'ari

Maya Gallery is pleased to present Home’, a solo exhibition by third generation Singapore artist Sunar Sugiyou at the Fullerton Hotel, Singapore. The exhibition is on view from July 5, through September 12, 2013. With mastery in the art of Chinese brush painting, Sunar Sugiyou captures old Singapore landscapes and memories that engage the viewer to revisit one’s past, familiar places, our heritage, and concepts of what binds us as a family and nation. Part of the proceeds from the sale of artworks will contribute to the Singapore General Hospital (SGH) Needy Patients Fund.

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  Home: A Solo Exhibition by Sunar Sugiyou

Press Release, 11 May 2013


MAYA GALLERY GOES TO BANK ART FAIR, HONG KONG
23rd till 26th May 2013

by Masturah Sha'ari

Maya Gallery is pleased to be at Bank Art Fair in Hong Kong. This event will be held at the luxurious Island Shangri-La in Hong Kong, from 23rd till 26th May 2013. The gallery will present an exciting body of high-quality works by Singaporean and international artists, from paintings to ceramics, and in various media such as Chinese ink, charcoal, watercolour and oil.

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  Bank Art Fair Hong Kong

STRAITS TIMES

12 April 2013, ST Life!


MAYA GALLERY's , first anniversary exhibition, Encore!, a group showcasing works of mostly local artists, is featured in ST Life's "AN HOUR @THE MUSEUM". Cultural Medallion recipient and master potter Iskandar Jalil and his latest works are mentioned in the article.

  Suriani Suratman - Tribute to Morandi

Press Release, 10 April 2013


MAYA GALLERY CELEBRATES ITS FIRST ANNIVERSARY
WITH "éncore!" EXHIBITION

12th April to 12th May 2013
by Masturah Sha'ari

Celebrating a year of collaborations and inspiring stories, Maya Gallery brings to you its first anniversary exhibition, éncore!, a collective showcase of Singaporean and international artists, some of whom the gallery has worked with, and the rest are new friends to the Maya family.

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  Exhibition celebrates pioneer Malay artists, Straits Times, 5 March 2013

ART PEOPLE, KOREA

March 2013


ASIAN CONTEMPORARY ART EXHIBITION

Singapore is the natural place to launch Asian Contemporary Art Exhibition being the business centre of Asia coupled with a dynamic arts scene that has grown substantially over the past years.

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  Art People, March 2013

STRAITS TIMES

5 March 2013, ST Life!


Our artists Idris Ali, Karto (or Khamis Ariffin), Sujak Rahman participate in APAD's exhibition of pioneer Malay artists. Check it out!

Our Pioneer Artists: Malay Visual Art Practices from Post-War Period
Where: Singapore Calligraphy Centre Exhibition Hall, 48 Waterloo Street
When: Until 6 March, 11am to 6pm
Admission Free

  Exhibition celebrates pioneer Malay artists, Straits Times, 5 March 2013

BERITA HARIAN

28 February 2013, Ekstra


Our photographer and pinhole camera creator, Mr Khamis Arifin or fondly known as Karto, is featured in BH's Extra article titled "STRIVING FOR THE ARTS" (translated from Malay). Congratulations to Wak Karto! The feature talks about his undaunting spirit and preseverance to pursue his love for photography despite the odds. Definitely a great role model for the young ones!

  Perjuangan Seni, Berita Harian, 28 Feb 2013

BERITA HARIAN

28 February 2013


Our photographer and pinhole camera creator, Mr Khamis Arifin challenges the perception that only the Westerners and Japanese can design cameras. He says Malays can too! Featured in "NOT CANON, NIKON BUT KARTO" (translated).

  Bukan Canon, Nikon, tapi Kamera Karto, Berita Harian, 28 Feb 2013

BERITA MINGGU

13 January 2013, Inspirasi


ARTISTIC INDIVIDUALS are usually thought of as ‘crazy’ for their unrelentless pursuit in the arts, and unstoppably long working hours, not knowing if these will really pay off. Gallery director Masturah Shaari shares the challenges of starting her art business together with her husband Jeffrey Wandly in "CONSIDERED CRAZY TO OPEN ART GALLERY" (translated).

  Masturah Shaari

BALI ARTS

Sep 2012


THE JOURNEY
A Friendship in Art

Maya Gallery is pleased to present The Journey, an art exhibition with a Balinese theme showcasing works by five artists from Singapore and Bali – Huda Fauzan (Bali), I Wayan Sujana Suklu (Bali), Idris Ali (SG), Jeffrey Wandly (SG) and Sunar Sugiyou (SG).

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  Bali Arts, Sep 2012

Press Release, 13 September 2012


MAYA GALLERY PRESENTS "THE JOURNEY"
An art exhibition by Singaporean and Balinese artists

13th September to 3 October 2012
by Masturah Sha'ari

MAYA GALLERY is pleased to present The Journey, an art exhibition with a Balinese theme showcasing works by five artists from Singapore and Bali on various mediums in watercolour, Chinese ink, acrylic, oil, charcoal and mixed media.  These artists are Jeffrey Wandly (SG), Sunar Sugiyou (SG), I Wayan Sujana Suklu (Bali) and Huda Fauzan (Bali).

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  The Journey, Maya Gallery

BERITA HARIAN

7 August 2012, Ekstra!


WITHIN a few months since the official opening of Maya Gallery, they are already curating their first collaborative exhibition with Barrack Art, a young artist collective from Indonesia. Maya Gallery's exhibition, Maya+Barrack, gets featured in "ARTISTIC COLLABORATION" (translated).

  Maya+Barack exhibition, Maya Gallery

ASIAN ART NEWS

July/August 2012


SINGAPORE:
Encouraging Collaborations

MAYA + BARRACK, on view at Maya Gallery from July 18 through August 1, 2012, is a collaboration between Indonesian artists from Barrack Art, Stefan Buana and Stefan Buana and Singaporean artists.

Buana, one of Jogjakarta's prominent contemporary artists, and founder of Barrack Art, is known for his innovative and symbolic paintings…

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  Asian Art News, July/Aug 2013

Press Release, 17 July 2012


MAYA GALLERY PRESENTS "MAYA + BARRACK"
A collaboration between Singapore and Indonesia artists

18th July to 1 Aug 2012
by Masturah Sha'ari

MAYA GALLERY SINGAPORE is pleased to showcase a group exhibition which explores the artistic journeys of Singaporean and Indonesian artists and shares their thoughts on social, cultural, political, economic and other global issues.

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Berita Harian, 18 April 2012: Gallery opening


BERITA HARIAN

30th May 2012


GRAB THE OPPORTUNITY TO BE MENTORED BY SCIENTISTS AND ART EXPERTS

Our gallery director has been identified as a Mentor or Icon in the local arts scene. He and many other mentors are featured in this article on MENDAKI's Project Protege.

  Jeffrey Wandly

ASIAN ART NEWS

May/June 2012


SINGAPORE:
Maya Gallery Opens

MAYA GALLERY opened its doors on April 12, 2012 with works by Singapore artists Sunar Sugiyou and Jeffrey Wandly.

Located in a conservation shop-house in Kampong Gelam, the gallery aims to promote contemporary art, including ceramics, sculpture and photography by both local and international artists.

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  Asian Art News, May/June 2012

ART & ANTIQUES DIGEST (SINGAPORE)

May/June 2012


MAYA GALLERY

Official Opening

MAYA GALLERY was officially opened on 12 April 2012 by Guest-of-Honour, Arts NMP Janice Koh, and attended by close to 200 guests. Located in a conservation shophouse in the heritage district of Kampong Gelam, Maya Gallery is dedicated to promote local artists working on various media from painting to ceramics, photography and sculptures.

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  Art & Antiques Digest Singapore, May/June 2012

BERITA HARIAN

24 April 2012, Ekstra!


THE WAIT is finally over for a Malay-owned art gallery to enliven the arts scene in Singapore. The owners of Maya Gallery have envisioned their gallery providing the space for visual arts as well as music appreciation. Their story is told in "LOVE FOR THE ARTS".

 

Mas & Jeff


BERITA HARIAN

18 April 2012, Ekoniaga


UNLIKE other honeymooners, it was their deep passion for the arts that drove Jeffrey Wandly and his wife, Masturah Shaari to Bali, visiting art galleries, doing sketches and meeting local artists. How did they start an art gallery? Their story is shared in "ART GALLERY NURTURES LOCAL TALENT".

 

skandar Jalil at Maya Gallery


Press Release, 12 April 2012


ART GALLERY OPENS IN KAMPONG GLAM

by Masturah Sha'ari

A NEW GALLERY has opened in the heritage district of Kampong Gelam, Singapore last April. Maya Gallery, housed in a 2-storey conservation shophouse, is conveniently located in a tourist belt close to Sultan Mosque and Raffles Hotel, and surrounded by cafes and restaurants offering a wide range of international cuisine.

Its opening exhibition ‘from the heart’ features works by Singaporean artists Sujak Rahman, Sunar Sugiyou, Charlotte Tan, and Jeffrey Wandly. Also included is a special collection of hand-crafted collectible pinhole cameras by Karto, and ceramics by ISKANDAR JALIL.The event was attended by close to 200 guests.


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Berita Harian, 18 April 2012: Gallery opening


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