22 7 / 2014
Painted curtain of Pablo Picasso for Parade, ballet of Jean Cocteau and Erik Satie (1917). Here, displayed during the 1917 exhibition at the Centre Pompidou-Metz, Metz, France.
“Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.”
There’s nothing quite like enjoying something beautiful and moving, except for the satisfaction of sharing it with your friends!
Here in Masterpieces, you can share the artwork that you discover to your friends. Dedicate a piece of work to someone you care about by adding a personalized note to the piece and letting them know about it on Facebook.
So the next time you find something on Masterpieces that catches your eye, share it with someone you know, they’ll be glad you did.
Download the free Masterpieces application from Google Play.
18 7 / 2014
"Cross Hatch Experiment" by J.D. Jarvis
"Digital is not here to put an end to anything. Rather it is here to expand all things, to combine and to make more things attainable. For the artist, it is the edgiest work of all; the biggest, most exciting challenge in a long history of the synthesis between technology and hand and mind and heart."
- J.D. Jarvis
In this age of rapidly changing technology, artists don’t just think of traditional mediums of oil paints and canvas, or of marble and clay. Art has never been restricted to a single medium and artists will express themselves in the most surprising ways.
Join us as we explore digital art in Masterpieces, featuring new and exciting work from artists all over Asia. Created on tablets and new digital media, these artists combine cutting edge technologies with the emotion of the human heart.
But there’s more to Masterpieces than just appreciating the work. Download the Masterpieces app from the Play Store and share the artwork you like the most and dedicate them to friends and loved ones!
Over the coming weeks, we’ve got exciting things in store for the app and the blog - from Artist interviews to fresh content! Welcome again to Masterpieces and we hope to see you here again very soon!
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13 11 / 2013
Masterpieces is an ongoing Asian creative project pairing regional artists with the latest digital technology. Samsung has created Masterpieces to showcase digital artworks from distinguished and cutting edge emerging artists.
Samsung is now calling for submissions to our gallery’s Singapore collection. Simply create an artwork using any digital device, in response to the theme ”Back to the Future”, and upload it to the Samsung’s Masterpieces platform to be showcased! Artists of selected artworks will also be invited to an exclusive meet-up session with a renowned artist/curator to present their artworks.
Theme: Back to the Future
Format: Digital (graphic, text and multi-media)
Submission Dateline: 3rd January 2014
Download the app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.gpit.android.photo.mp
25 10 / 2013
‘Masterpieces’ celebrates the marriage of contemporary art and technology. Digital artworks from a set of distinguished and cutting edge emerging artists in Singapore, co-curated by Samsung & curator Iola Lenzi are now on exhibition.
The Samsung Masterpieces Digital Art Exhibition is currently exhibiting at Stamford Gallery in National Museum of Singapore. This is the final weekend where you can have a close interaction with the artwork or create your very own artwork with the tablet.
Here’s the direction to National Museum of Singapore.
Just look for Stamford Gallery when you are there.
Do make your way down to the National Museum of Singapore this weekend before it ends this Sunday, 27th October!
But if you really can’t make it, no worries, you still can enjoy the artwork through the Masterpieces application. Just download from Google Play.
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