Singapore’s Newest Development Launches with Exclusive Art Exhibition “The Language of the Street: A Street Art Exhibition on Jalan Bahasa”
Innovative Singapore-based property development company AN Developments has partnered with art consultant The Artling to introduce an aspirational collection of private homes to the Singapore market through the medium of art. AN Development’s latest project will be the location for an exclusive art exhibition, bringing one of the seven architecturally designed homes to life.
Located in one of Singapore’s most tranquil and discreetly exclusive neighbourhoods, between the Botanic Gardens and Macritchie Reservoir, AN Developments latest project is located on Jalan Bahasa. Encompassing seven houses, AN Developments has worked with some of Singapore’s leading and visionary architecture firms – K2LD Architects and Aamer Architects and boutique architecture firm Ta Ke – each designing a number of the properties to ensure an extraordinary range of individuality.
On 1st April 2015 one of the stunning new houses will be opened to guests for the first time, for an exclusive viewing of privately owned contemporary, graffiti and street art. The Language of the Street, named to reflect the literal translation of the development’s location, will showcase probably one of Asia’s most significant collections of street art by a roster of artists whose work is intricately linked to the urban environment.
The Language of the Street is curated by Tolla Sloane and will feature world-renowned artists including Banksy, Blek Le Rat, Faile and Jose Parla as well as Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst and Takashi Murakami.
AN Developments have chosen to use art to introduce this new development to the scene in a move to step beyond the normal boundaries of property marketing. With an innate understanding of creating impact through design, the unusual collection of street art is the perfect partner for AN Developments. The striking space at Jalan Bahasa will showcase International Urban Art rarely seen before in Singapore, on loan from a Singapore based private collection managed by The Artling.