SG art curators: Holly Turner wants to bridge the gap between art and the masses
She's a rebel who champions accessible art for everyday people
Art gallery director Michelle Ho aims to promote alternative voices through art
She's an intellectual who is exploring what has never been done before
The art of curating: Audrey Yeo wants her gallery to give socially conscious artists a voice
Audrey doesn't want to go mass. And it's not because she's discriminating against bigger galleries. Instead, she's using her gallery as a platform to highlight social concerns
Pssst… I work as a bookbinder
Adelene Koh is possibly the only bespoke bookbinder in Singapore. And it's not a job for the amateurs. She shares with us how she got into this unconventional career and why she continues to do it
What you need to know about actress-turned-director Joanne Peh
Our March cover girl, Joanne Peh, turns 36 on April 25. We celebrate the many ways she demonstrated admirable strength and wisdom
 Last week to catch The Minimalism Exhibition: Ai Weiwei's art installations and other works never shown before in the region
The exhibition, which features over 150 works at the National Gallery Singapore and Art Science Museum, will be running until April 14, 2019. Don’t just go for the ‘gram, but yes, you could probably snap a month’s worth of photos here