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Father's Day guide to buying art

Here are creative ideas for the man of the house, whether he's a connoisseur or if you think it's time he became one, writes HELMI YUSOF

Published Thu, Jun 12, 2014 · 10:00 PM
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For the deep-thinking dad

Does your dad enjoy ruminating on the big, unanswerable questions such as God, nature and existence? If that's the case, he might prefer artworks that are more abstract than representational. Filip Gudovic, a promising young abstract artist newly graduated from Lasalle College of the Arts, is showing several works at iPreciation Gallery on Cuscaden Road, and one artwork at Equator Art Projects in Gillman Barracks. As a newcomer, his prices are still low, between $2,800 and $3,200, while his canvases - such as this 210 x 160cm work titled Design of an Italian Restaurant - are large enough to peer deep into and get lost in. Incidentally, he comes highly recommended by his teacher, Cultural Medallion recipient Milenko Prvacki, whose works are showing alongside his at iPreciation.

For the hipster dad

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