A graduate in Economics from the University of York, Utterly Art's co-founder Kenneth Tan's design flair has nevertheless been put to good use in designing the fortnightly invitation cards of the gallery, as well as contributing sculpture designs for large commissioned projects secured by his art business. He has large built sculptures gracing locations in Chennai, Shanghai and Singapore.
Kenneth has curated three major, international, group showings at the Utterly Art Exhibition Space and the Singapore Tyler Print Institute. These are, namely, Uncommon Grounds – Ansel Adams and Russel Wong (2003), Japanese Contemporary – Aijiro Wakita, Kazunori Sadahiro and Hiroshi Okada (2004 @ STPI) and Beatles for Sale – Robert Freeman, Terry O’Neil, Gered Mankowicz and Jurgen Vollmer (2004). Kenneth was also the co-curator and project coordinator of Design Month event held at the Singapore Pavilion in the World Expo, Aichi, Nagoya, Japan (2005).
This artist has not yet exhibited.