SINGAPORE — One Holland Village witnessed a fusion of Hollywood glamour and automotive artistry as acclaimed artist Danny Minnick took center stage during the grand opening of One Holland Village Square.
The event marked the debut of Minnick’s first Asian exhibition, “18. Workz,” at the newly inaugurated 2000 sqft Art Works Gallery.
The artist combines spontaneity with a vibrant range of characters in his Neo-Expressionist style.
Minnick, having transitioned from a professional skating career to the realm of art, has garnered international acclaim. Notable collectors, including Robert Downey Jr. and Jason Momoa, have acknowledged his talent, and he has been featured in Forbes.
Presently, his artwork is on display at One Holland Village until December 15th, 2023, offering a unique opportunity to witness the creative fusion of spontaneity and vivid characters in his exhibition.
Art Works Gallery shines in collaboration with Lamborghini Singapore and Danny Minnick’s first Asian exhibition debut
Troy Sadler, Art Works’ Chief Executive Officer (CEO), expressed that their collaboration with an esteemed luxury brand such as Lamborghini is aimed at highlighting Art Works Gallery as a Singaporean brand that strives for excellence.
“We are thrilled to welcome Danny to Singapore for his début visit. Over the past 5 years, he has built a dedicated group of collectors with us.
“This is an extraordinary opportunity for us to bring him here to meet his fans and celebrate with a live performance,” he said.
During the exhibition on Dec 9th, Minnick’s live performance became the highlight as he transformed a Lamborghini Urus S into a canvas for his signature fine art style.
According to Art works’ website, a diverse crowd, including art and car enthusiasts, families, and curious onlookers, gathered at the Village Square to witness Minnick’s artistic prowess.
The Hollywood artist, renowned for his ability to infuse positivity and light into his works, spent an hour meticulously painting an Italian-themed masterpiece directly onto the Super SUV.
The artwork subtly referenced Lamborghini’s heritage, incorporating elements such as the founding year in 1963 and its headquarters in Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy.
The show was a central attraction for Far East Organisation’s official opening celebrations of their new mall, One Holland Village.
Reflecting on the experience, Minnick expressed his gratitude, stating, “What a great experience celebrating my first exhibition 18.Workz here in Singapore with Art Works.
“Painting the Lamborghini Urus S is a highlight that I will take with me to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the company. A privilege to get to paint such a cool car,” he wrote in his Instagram account.
Nearing the end of the live performance, Minnick took the opportunity to engaged with the audience, providing chances of photos and distributing autographed postcards, particularly to the young admirers captivated by his dynamic work.
Since 2011, Art Works Group has curated and advised art collectors and passionate investors on a strategic selection of fine art pieces.
To redefine the art scene in Singapore, Art Works Gallery had set its opening on December 1st 2023 at the new One Holland Village.
Spanning an impressive 2000 square feet in the new One Holland Village development, the gallery showcases a meticulously curated collection of high-quality, affordable, decorative pieces from a select group of ultra-contemporary artists.
Additionally, the newly-opened One Holland Village stands out as a pet-friendly mall, complete with facilities like pet lifts and water coolers.
Situated a mere five-minute walk from Holland Village MRT, One Holland Village boasts several courtyards where pet owners and their furry companions can relax and explore freely.
For added convenience, the mall also incorporates pet-friendly amenities such as water coolers, eliminating the need to carry water bowls.
Pet lifts are also available to facilitate the movement of senior pets with joint pain or those with disabilities between different floors, and hooks outside shops make it easy to leash your pets before entering.
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