Brenda May Gallery exhibited at Art Stage Singapore 2013, Asia's premier international art fair. As well as increasing a local focus, the Fair aims to further nurture a platform for Australian Art to speak to the global market that it attracts. With over 100 galleries exhibiting, 12 of them Australian, Art Stage Singapore states that it will best reflect the contemporary Australasian art market.
In light of Singapore's reputation as a bridge between the East and West, the Gallery will be presenting three represented artists that confront and negotiate cultural boundaries. Waratah Lahy's work speaks to the fair's Australian focus, communicating a fusion of the iconic and the ironic with work that is unequivocally Australian. The work of Mylyn Nguyen has a universal appeal, encouraging those who live in the fast modern world to slow down and simply observe, as her miniature imaginative worlds captivate and intrigue. Street-sculptor Will Coles will challenge Singapore?s under-celebrated street-art scene with a desire to dilute negative stigmas attached to this method of display and communication.