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This latest issue of Kult magazine blends arts and science in an exploration of the badass machines that help make the world go round.
Up-and-coming artists from Asia and across the world, we have brought these machines to life. Read more…
The latest issue of the visually led quarterly Kult magazine explores the subject of reading, with a series of book covers re-interpreted by a group of young and upcoming artists from Asia and across the world.
30th May – 28th June 2014, Kult Gallery, Singapore | Kult Gallery presented ‘Girls of the Underworld’, a group show that examines what it means to be female in contemporary Asia, from the perspective of young female artists.
Kult collaborated with Nike to commission a series of artworks inspired by the sensory experience of football. Select artworks were showcased at ‘Hypersense: The Art & Science of Modern Football’, a 10 day interactive show that highlights Nike Football innovations over 20 years. Held at the prestigious ArtScience Museum, Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, the multi-media exhibition ran from 10 – 18 May 2014.
29 March – 29 April 2014, Zui Hong Lou Bar, 8 Ann Siang Hill, Singapore | Kult curated a group exhibition entitled ‘Chinatown Vinyl Squad’, that intends to bring vintage Chinese vinyl record covers back to the public realm with an eye-catching modern twist.
Singapore is one of the fastest growing countries in Asia, with an up-and-coming creative scene. The danger is that during this rapid period of growth, we may forget our roots and heritage. It is with this in mind that we embarked on this issue, to document and celebrate the past through the minds of talented local artists. Read more…
Kult has released the “Sin City” tote bags, a series of black canvas tote bags of six different silkscreen print designs that are a mash-up of familiar local place names with cult film classics like The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Big Trouble in Little China, giving them a local, humorous spin.
Available at Kult Gallery
Kult and Mojoko have released the latest installation of their Chinese New Year “year of” screenprint series, ushering in the Year of the Horse with the limited-edition Mojoko “Year of the Horse” silkscreen print.
This issue saw a plethora of mind-blowing artists experiment with a visual language to communicate what a fascinating world we live in. From nature to machines, historical to futuristic, this collection of work was designed to stimulate the brain. We gave a series of extraordinary facts to some of our favourite artists whom each illustrated a fact in their own unique style to blow your mind.