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Art Grage


Wed Mar 27 2019, 2:00pm–6:00pm

Where: Goodwood Park Hotel, 22 Scotts Road, Orchard Road, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Listed by: racheal

The international Art Grage showcase is arriving in Singapore for the first time, after staging well-received exhibitions in America and Japan. The official exhibition takes place for one afternoon only. Curated by Japanese founder Mr. Kazuo Nakano, the entire appreciation experience aims to connect all with universal human emotions such as love, hope, healing, and gratitude.

Famed collectors of Art Grage art pieces include the King of Pop Michael Jackson, Bill Clinton, and the King of Saudi Arabia. Mr. Kazuo Nakano came up with the idea for the world’s first artwork to stimulate the senses and express a space-time change (time flow and transition of season) in one painting. In 1994, Mr. Kazuo Nakano successfully developed the Art Grage technology and subsequently had it patented in more than 25 countries. While the paintings are made by various artists, Mr. Kazuo Nakano produces the entire Art Grage experience by directing the music and lighting on top of the art.

Art Grage Gallery is headquartered in Ginza, Japan with a branch in Osaka, Japan. During the exhibition, Art Grage will showcase a total of 7 art pieces, highlighting the passing of time. The transitions from day to night, or the changes in seasons are uniquely created through the use of internationally-patented pigment and lighting methodology.

Notable art pieces to be shown at the Art Grage showcase in Singapore include: Zodiac by Alphonse Mucha, which Art Grage holds the exclusive rights to re-make; and Waikiki by Walfrido Garcia, a Romantic Realist piece by one of the leading artists in Hawaii. Dawn of the Earth and Life of Satoyama by renowned Japanese artist Syusai will also be on show, with the former from the prized collection of the Royal Family of Saudi Arabia, and the latter owned by the Royal Family of the UK, UK National Horticulture Society.