Enigmatic and Internationally-acclaimed Singaporean artist, FSc (Foo Swee Chin), is back in Singapore, and the ARTBLOVK GALLERY is showcasing this artist’s skills once again for ANSUZ: The strange and mysterious artwork of FSc.
According to ARTBLOVK GALLERY, ANSUZ is:
Breathtaking and intricate, Cute yet creepy, the artwork of FSc represents a strange frailness of the human state in ANSUZ, a collection of traditional works from the enigmatic artist FSc (Foo Swee Chin) for the first time.
So, who si FSc?
A veteran of the international comics industry, the enigmatic FSc has been drawing since 1997 and is internationally acclaimed, possessing a prolific list of works published in Japan and USA, including titles such as Singapore’s otaku comicbook artist heads for Japan (2016, Kadokawa), MUZz (2004, self published), Nightmares and Fairytales, a collaboration with Serena Valentino (2002-2005, Slave Labor Graphics) and even recently starring as a guest on a documentary on Japan’s NHK World Channel.
A special sharing session with FSc will be held on 15 September 2017 at the ARTBLOVK Gallery between 19:00-21:00 with refreshments. The exhibition will run from 15 September through to 15 October 2017 at 195 Pearl’s Hill Terrace, #03-05. Entry is free to all visitors. Limited availability original artworks will be available for purchase.
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