Tuesday, January 14, 2014


Donald Sultan, Navy Blues March 13 2006, 2006, flock, enamel, tar and Spackle on tile over Masonite96 x 144 inches
We’re pleased to announce that we’ll be representing Donald Sultan in Hong Kong and Singapore.

With a distinguished career spanning more than thirty years, painter, printmaker and sculptor Donald Sultan is best known for large-scale paintings that merge geometric and organic forms with a formal purity. Set against stark backgrounds, Sultan’s instantly recognizable silhouettes of fruit, flowers and lemons, among other objects, are applied to the support with industrial materials including plaster, tar and Spackle.

Work by Donald Sultan will be on view at our booth at Art Stage Singapore, which opens with a preview January 15.

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Please join us for Art Stage Singapore international art fair at the Marina Bay Sands Convention and Exhibition Centre, January 15 through 19. We’ll be at Booth A5.

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Gallery artist Jane Lee will showcase new work at Platforms, a specially curated exhibition at Art Stage Singapore organized by leading curators and art advisors. Lee’s work will be part of the Southeast Asia Platform, which runs alongside seven other Platforms showcasing art from Asia and the Pacific region.

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Prabir Purkayastha, Alexander, Shovabazaar Raj Bari, North Calcutta, 2011, archival,
Museum-grade digital paper, 
44 x 66 inches, photograph © Prabir Purkayastha
Throughout January the Chelsea and Madison Avenue galleries will bring together a rotating selection of work by gallery artists including haunting, specially commissionedimages of Calcutta's colonial past by Indian photographer Prabir Purkayastha.

Through February 1

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Edward Burtynsky, Salina #3, Cadiz, Spain, 2013, chromogenic color print, 48 x 64 inches
© Edward Burtynsky
Natural Selection, currently on view in the Hong Kong Gallery, features the work of four artists who share a deep-rooted connection to the natural world, but employ vastly different visual means to express that relationship. With photographer Edward Burtynsky, painters Hiroshi Senju and Ricardo Mazal and digital artist Kim Joon.

Through January 26

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Jane Lee, Portrait #9, 2013, acrylic paint, gel on mixed fiberglass base, 48.4 x 72.8 inches
Singaporean artist Jane Lee presents new work in the monumental solo exhibition 100 Faces. Known for her highly tactile and visually spectacular paintings, she makes a significant stylistic leap with this new body of work, focusing her talents on three sumptuous new series—FacesStacks and Portraits—which challenge the ways in which viewers approach and perceive paintings.

January 10–March 2, 2014
Opening cocktail reception: Friday, January 10, 6–9 pm

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In conjunction with Art Stage Singapore, we will host an Art Stage VIP event for collectors to enjoy cocktails and meet artist Jane Lee in the Singapore gallery.
Thursday, January 16, 6–8 pm
RSVP at singapore@sundaramtagore.com
Please join Khim Ong, the curator of Jane Lee: 100 Faces, for an informal talk about the exhibition.
Saturday, January 11, 4 pm
RSVP at singapore@sundaramtagore.com
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