Established in 2010 in Singapore, Yavuz Gallery is dedicated to the promotion of intercultural dialogue through contemporary art from the Asia Pacific region. Since its inception, the gallery has positioned itself as a key destination for showcasing a diverse group of artists ranging from emerging to established. Yavuz Gallery is committed to a strong curatorial programme, driven by the social significance of artworks which challenge the issues of our times.Read More
Over the last decade, Yavuz Gallery has exhibited at numerous international art fairs across Asia, Oceania, Europe and America – a testament to a long-term dedication to fostering the artists’ careers internationally.
In September 2019, Yavuz Gallery opened its second branch in Sydney, Australia.
The Armory Show is an important New York art fair presenting leading international art galleries. Held in September at the Javits Center, view Ocula's highlights from the ground in this photolog.
Caroline Rothwell investigates the relationships between humanity, the botanical, and the industrial.
S.E.A. Focus embraces a hybrid format for its third edition.
At Asia Art Archive, Crafting Communities charts the history of the Thai feminist biennial, Womanifesto.
The second edition of Taipei Dangdai concluded on 19 January 2020 with the participation of 99 galleries from across the globe and over 40,000 visitors.
Since 2016, I have gifted prints of my Malai collection as trophies for the N-Peace Award winners. Recently I realised how truly fitting these artworks are for the initiative, not to mention the real
The Sydney Contemporary Art Fair has gone from baby to behemoth in just three editions, generating $40 million in sales and attracting 75,000 local and international visitors since it launched (initia
Acclaimed contemporary artist Danie Mellor is currently exhibiting The Landspace: [all the debils are here] at Tolarno Galleries in Melbourne. Here the Mamu/Ngajan artist speaks with our indigeno
Pinaree Sanpitak, Presented by STPI EN8 Encounters Art Basel Hong Kong 2019
' From Pillars to Posts: Project Another Country ' is the latest participatory artwork commissioned for the Gallery's Todd Foundation Creative Learning Centre. Dreamed up by artists and husband-and-wi
Get to know artist Pinaree Sanpitak's latest work, "The House is Crumbling" currently on display at National Gallery Singapore through 1 April 2018 as part of the Light to Night: Colour Sensations.
Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation presents works by acclaimed Thai artist Pinaree Sanpitak, curated by Jasmin Stephens. In this film, Gene Sherman, Executive Director of SCAF, discusses the third it