Alvin Ong’s first solo show with Yavuz Gallery, Singapore was a sell out. The show was held during Singapore Art week and was covered in the Business Times.
Vivien Zhang has been listed in Arts section of Forbes 30 under 30 in Asia https://www.forbes.com/30-under-30-asia/2017/the-arts/#144f04b2ab4bda. She is coming to the end of her year-long residency at the British School in Rome and she has recently had a solo show in Milan at the MiArt Fair.
Vivien Zhang has a solo exhibition at the prestigious Monteverdi Gallery this Spring, forming part of this year’s gallery programme (curated by Sarah McCrory), alongside Laure Prouvost. http://monteverdituscany.com/the-monteverdi-gallery/. Vivien will give a talk as part of the programme on Sunday 14 May.
Vivien will also be showing her most recent works at Art Basel in Basel, June 2017.
Sunyoung Hwang, Chadwell Award holder in 2016, has been listed by Saatchi Art as one of the 20 emerging artists to buy now. Full details at https://www.saatchiart.com/invest-in-art/edition-10-uk.
She has also been interviewed by Art Reveal Magazine. http://issuu.com/artrevealmagazine/docs/no_21/52
Vivien Zhang was shortlisted for the East London Painting Prize.
Six Stencils by Vivien Zhang. Oil and ink on canvas. 170 x 210 cm.
Vivien Zhang’s work was included in the Aspen Collection.
Sarah Poots had a solo show at the Centre for Contemporary Art in Derry – Londonderry.
Vivien Zhang was shortlisted for Saatchi New Sensations.
The V&A acquired a Maaike Stevens piece.
Maaike Stevens’ work Saving Everything, 2012, digital video, 5:59 min was selected for the Jerwood Drawing Prize exhibition 2012. Maaike Stevens was the 2012 award holder.