An original drawing used for the first published "Tintin" cover was sold at auction on Saturday in Dallas for $1.12 million at the Heritage Auctions house.
Found in a dusty attic of a house in Toulouse, the lost masterpiece of the Lombardi master is valued at about €150 million (S$229 million).
Singapore Art Week Concludes with 2nd Edition of Singapore Contemporary Art Show with more than 22,000 visitors who saw the artworks by 90 galleries
Singapore Contemporary Art Show spanning across 4 days, concluded last Sunday at Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre. This is the 2nd ... Read More...
Building relationships is all in a day’s work (and rest) for the co-founder of modern noodle bar Wanton.