Emerging artists from Singapore wowed the BAZAAR Art Prize judges for the second year in a row, with an array of innovative entries.
This time, BAZAAR Art threw down the gauntlet and invited artists to create pieces that fit the theme “Fashion Meets Art.” The challenge resulted in works as varied as a 3D-printed boned corset made to look like honeycomb, to a canvas filled with hidden messages.
It was down to a panel of esteemed judges, including Harper’s BAZAAR Singapore’s Editor-in-Chief Kenneth Goh, to select 12 of the top finalists from the hundreds of entries.
“This year, I was very surprised by the level of enthusiasm, and the interpretation of fashion and art. The sculpture section was particularly well-represented, and the works truly interesting and beautiful,” says Goh.
The winning work will be announced at the BAZAAR Art Prize event at Scotts Square in February 2017. The overall winner will receive $10,000 awarded by Scotts Square, and the winners of the remaining three categories will each receive a holiday package from Club Med.
The BAZAAR Art Prize 2016 is held in association with Scotts Square