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Eu Yan Sang Corporate Collection (On-going)

Eu Yang Sang Singapore recently completed a full-scale renovation of its Singapore headquarters on Tai Seng Drive. With a history of supporting local talent and heritage, the company appointed Asian Art Options to provide curatorial advisory for its corporate collection, which aims to support Singaporean artists.

Street Art At OCBC 6th Ave

June 2012

OCBC Bank brings street art to a sleepy residential neighborhood of 6th Avenue in Singapore, featuring one of Singapore's top street artist Traseone creating a tongue-in-cheek mural on a 12 meter high wall.

Esplanade Curatorial Exhibitions 2

12 Apr - 30 Jun 2013

Bahk Seon Ghi creates sublime, hanging sculptures using pieces of charcoal suspended by transparent nylon threads. Creating an illusion of floating solid sculptures, his works exist beyond the boundary between the past and the present, transience and permanence, reality and illusion, East and West.

OCBC Art Space

Launched on Oct 2012, OCBC Art Space aims to support emerging artists from Singapore and the region with a partner gallery. Programmed as a pop-up exhibition space within its banking hall at its headquarters at 65 Chulia Street, the program is an important platform of engagement for very young and emerging artists who ...

Esplanade Curatorial Exhibitions

Dreaming of Dreaming By Khalil ChishteePakistan/ Rest of the World

Co-curated by Audrey Phng, Singapore


Date: 8 May - 4 Jul 2010 (Sat - Sun)

Venue: Concourse, Esplanade

Khalil Chishtee’s current sculptural work mimes the ubiquitous plastic rubbish bag in the unlikeliest ways. Using this robust yet slight material, he has created a series of ethereal figures suspended, almost floating in their exhibition space, yet formed with sculptural precision and great attention to detail.

Curatorial Advisory for the Corporate Art Collection for Ascendas Singapore - 2008

Works featuring:


Reedscape by Jason Lim

Growth by Tay Bee Aye 

Superstring Possibilities by Joshua Yang

Reflect de la Nature by Lee Mei Ling


Singapore Telecommunications engaged the advisory of Asian Art Options to enhance and update its corporate art collection, as well as to incorporate various artistic elements into its corporate branding campaigns.

Marina Mandarin Singapore

The Marina Mandarin Hotel appoints Asian Art Options in 2005 to develop and run its highly-successful, first-of-its-kind Artist-in-Residence program.

The New Majestic Bar

A truly unique gastrobar right next door to the New Majestic Hotel. Themed after a "giant magical tree," the bar features a distinctive 7.6m outdoor sculpture by the international-acclaimed sculptor Zadok Ben-David; a hand-made ceramic chandelier by award-winning ceramicist Jason Lim, and several fabulous art installations by other notable local artists.

The New Majestic Hotel

A uber hip boutique hotel in Singapore's historical Chinatown, where Art and Design is embedded into the distinct personality of the space. Each of the hotel's 30 rooms features unique site-specific art installations by Singaporean artists whilst the modern Cantonese restaurant and lobby becomes a platform for Contemporary Chinese art.

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