With the easing of safe management measures after two years since the pandemic started, local businesses can look forward to the increase in demand and consumption of products and services, and hope for a return to normalcy or even pre-pandemic levels. The local art scene is no different. With this easing of measures, physical exhibitions are back in full force, and openings reception are gradually being seen at several art galleries.
For Malay-owned Maya Gallery, who has had two back-to-back exhibitions since the year began, and is currently in the midst of preparing upcoming shows in the second half of the year, they have just launched a flash art sale over six days—from 20 to 25 July, at their gallery space. in MacPherson.
The sale features artworks by co-founders Jeffrey Wandly and Masturah Sha'ari, Hadiah Warisan (Heritage Prize) winner Idris Ali, and regional artists including Tilen Ti, Mohamad Tirani, Huda Fauzan, Putu Bonuz, Pranoto, and US-based Turkish artist Naz Kaya. Up to 50% discounts are on offer for selected pieces during this limited period.
"The art sale does not take away the value of the works. It instead provides an opportunity for those who are looking for art gifts, keen to start collecting art, or eyeing some artworks for their home or office. Now is the time to shop for affordable and good art," says gallery director Masturah.
"Art collecting will encourage artists to continue to develop their creative art making processes. This support will also help us to work on further enhancing our gallery programme, which in turn contributes to the diversity and depth of our local art scene."
The Maya Gallery Art Sale is held at 57 Genting Lane #05-00 Singapore 349564. For enquiries, do contact +65-96746050, email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or browse their art collection at www.mayagallery.com.sg.