Panels, Talks & Press

  • 3 March 2023

    Collecting Art in Asia organised by Art Fair Tokyo.

    Moderated by Reena Devi, (Arts Journalist, Singapore), the panelists included Jae Myung Noh (Art Collector, South Korea), Ning Chong (Art Collector, Singapore), Kevin Poon (Art Collector, Hong Kong), and Koji Nakao (Art Collector, Japan).

  • 6 January 2023

    Interview with Monocle 24’s The Globalist on Singapore Art Week & ART SG.

  • 3 September 2022

    Post-Pandemic Art Market Trends: 2022 – 2023 jointly presented by KIAF and the inaugural edition of Frieze Seoul.

    Moderated by Julie Baumgardner, Editor in Chief of The Baer Faxt, panelists included Tim Schneider, Art Business Editor of Artnet, Reena Devi, Arts Journalist & Editor, and Henna Joo, Professor at the Hongik University.

  • 22 August 2022

    Interview with Monocle 24’s The Globalist on Singapore art market and Sotheby’s first auction in the city in 15 years.

  • 12 August 2022

    Interviewed for “Singapore Sees Spike in Interest From Global Art Dealers” in Ocula.

  • 6 May 2022

    Pink Bag: Welcome to the NFT world organised by Tate Anzur.

    In-house talk by guest speaker Reena Devi on how and why NFTs are shaking up the art world, what this means for artists and a communication agency deeply involved in the arts.

  • 5 November 2021

    Interview with ArtTactic on South Korea’s art market trends.

  • 23 May 2021

    Digital Birth: Zooming in on NFT organised by Videotage as part of Art Basel Hong Kong

    Panelists included Kyle Chung (Curator, Hong Kong), Reena Devi (Journalist/Critic, Singapore), Scott Fuzion (Founder of NUMOMO, South Korea) and Vvzela Kook (Artist, Hong Kong).

  • 7 December 2020

    Interview with Shangri-La Art Podcast on covering the art world during the first year of pandemic while based in Singapore.

  • 29 October 2020

    Interview with ArtTactic on the lack of innovation in the art fair experience.

  • 3 July 2019

    Behind the Scenes: Writing About the Fall of Art Stage Singapore organised by Post-Museum & Coda Culture.

    Discussing six months of reporting and breaking stories for ArtAsiaPacific, leading up to the last-minute cancellation of Singapore’s international art fair.

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