Art Preview: Lights In The Dusk...Fade In/Fade Out @ Frameless

Tabish Khan
By Tabish Khan Last edited 67 months ago
Art Preview: Lights In The Dusk...Fade In/Fade Out @ Frameless
Ilsu Hwang, An Owner II
Ilsu Hwang, An Owner II
Mu Tian
Mu Tian
Wen Wu, Made in England
Wen Wu, Made in England
Wai Wong, HK001
Wai Wong, HK001
Jay Hyung Kim, Plants are Rooted in the Mind
Jay Hyung Kim, Plants are Rooted in the Mind
Billy Tang, Nausea on the Border of Sea and Land
Billy Tang, Nausea on the Border of Sea and Land

In the global arts world, Asian art is an emerging and fast-growing industry, with the market in South Korea and Singapore leading the way.

The latest exhibition at Frameless Gallery is a showcase of emerging Asian artists and the art promises to be an interesting mixture of western and eastern influences.

As the title of the show suggests, this exhibition consists of two different yet interlinked displays. The first focuses on wall-based pieces, while the second will be centred on sculptures arranged within the gallery space. However, the two shows are related so the feedback that the artists receive from visitors to the first show will influence how they arrange the second show.

It's a unique approach to the curation of an exhibition and is both a reflection on the transient nature of the art and the messages that the works are trying to convey.

Lights in the Dusk is on at Frameless Gallery. Fade In is on until 7 July and Fade Out from 8-14 July. Admission is free.

Last Updated 04 July 2012