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Elias Sukor

Md Elias Sukor, 77 years old, began his journey in fine arts in Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in 1965.Since then, he has worked as an illustrator for three years  in Singapore,Indonesia and Malaysia.
He has also worked directly with both local and International advertising agencies After 1990, his passion for fine arts was re-ignited and he began actively pursuing it through sketching landscapes, human figures and contemporary.
He explored mediums such as calligraphy,abstract,watercolour,acrylic and oil pencil. He has worked countless days and nights on the work you see today and will continue to create in.

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Superbroadcast Art Exhibition 2022/2023

@ Suite 88

‘ Tears from the stars’

Elias Sukor first solo exhibition 

15 Feb 2022
The artist, who has gained recognition for his unique style and ability to capture the essence of Singapore’s diverse cultural tapestry, has attracted a loyal following among the city’s expat community and business elite.
This exhibition marks a significant milestone in the artist’s career, providing a platform to share his artistic vision with a wider audience. The meticulously curated collection of paintings and sculptures offers a glimpse into the artist’s creative process, revealing his fascination with human emotions, cultural nuances, and the beauty of everyday life.
The artist’s works have resonated particularly with Singapore’s expat community, who appreciate his ability to capture the essence of their experiences living in this dynamic and multicultural city. His paintings often depict familiar scenes of Singapore life, infused with a sense of nostalgia and longing for home.
Executives have also been drawn to the artist’s work, recognizing its potential as a valuable addition to their personal art collections. His paintings exude a sense of sophistication and elegance, making them a perfect complement to any modern office or home décor.
The artist’s first solo exhibition is a testament to his talent and the growing appreciation for his unique artistic style. With each captivating work, he invites viewers to embark on a journey of self-discovery and reflection, leaving an indelible mark on the Singapore art scene.

In photo : Elias Sukor with our guest of honour Mr Richard Hoon one of Asia’s biggest art collector.



We were so fortunate to have Mr Richard officiate the solo exhibition for Mr Elias back in February 2022.He was featured in  Tatler Singapore ,Fintech whizz Richard owns more than 100 works of contemporary art, including a piece by surrealist pioneer Joan Miro. ‘ top 50 biggest art collectors in Asia.

It was a pleasure to share this exciting moment with this wonderful guest from multi nationality Italy, France , Switzerland and Canada came to give their support.

In photo : Mr Fabian Forni,  is the executive director of French-language school Alliance Francaise de Singapour, Ms Pauline JORGE Cultural Programming Manager interacting with Mr Elias Sukor during his first solo exhibition Feb 2023 at Suite 88 Home of Superbroadcast.

In photo : H. E. Margriet Vonno · Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to Singapore and Brunei 2017-2022 attended the solo exhibition in support of Superbroadcast’s vision and mission

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‘ Road to Freedom’

Esmadi Ishak first solo exhibition 

30 Dec 2022

The Journey of a Thousand Miles Begins with the First Step

“It’s all about the journey.” Those words embody the spirit of Esmadi’s first solo art exhibition.In support of Esmadi’s artistic endeavors, we were thrilled to showcase his captivating artwork and celebrate his entry into the art world.

The exhibition was an undeniable success, with Esmadi being deeply touched by the overwhelming positive response from our guest. We envision this event as a beacon of inspiration, encouraging artists to cultivate their unique abilities and explore the artistic realm with dedication and passion regardless of their past background. Esmadi’s journey has just begun, and we stand alongside him, unwavering in our support as he takes on this creative odyssey

Esmadi’s artworks on display 

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‘Gerak Intuisi ‘

Dato Khairul Anwar Salleh second solo exhibition 

7 March 2023

After a 33-year hiatus, Dato’ Khairul’s second solo exhibition, titled “Gerak Intuisi,” has garnered widespread attention. Following months of meticulous planning, the exhibition finally unveiled at Suite 88, featuring two of the artist’s earliest paintings from 1990 first solo exhibition on display.

Artworks on display  from Dato Khairul Anwar Salleh first solo exhibition (1990)

Artworks on display at Suite 88 home of Supebroadcast

Dato Khairul Anwar Salleh giving his opening speech to guest came for ‘Gerak Intuisi ‘ solo exhibition.

Ambassador of Costa Rica to Singapore H.E Victor H.Gonzales among guest during the opening day

‘Beyond the shadows ‘

Brittanie Rei Barlett first solo exhibition

7 J une 2023

A young artist’s dream came true at our space with her first solo exhibition. Surrounded by supportive family and friends, the artist showcased her creativity and stories through her remarkable artwork. Her ability to connect with viewers without any formal art background is a testament to her passion and talent. We are incredibly proud of her achievement and congratulate her on this remarkable milestone.

‘Somwhere Else,Forever ‘

Adam Staley Groves first solo exhibition

10 August 2023

Despite having no formal art background, American artist Adam, a PhD holder in modern thinking, has unveiled his captivating artwork in his first solo exhibition.

Dr Adam’s unique perspective and talent, inviting viewers into his creative world.

Adam’s decision to pursue art stems from a lifelong passion for self-expression and a deep appreciation for the transformative power of creativity. His artwork reflects his intellectual pursuits, seamlessly blending modern thinking concepts with artistic exploration.

We are honored to have provide Dr  Adam  Staley Groves with a platform to showcase his extraordinary talent.

Dr Adam Staley Groves giving his opening speech
Dr Adam Staley Groves first solo exhibition ‘ Somewhere Else, Forever ‘on display at Suite 88 Home of Superbroadcast

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Guest came to celebrate his first solo exhibition on opening day

‘Empress of the cradle’

Sunar Sugiyou 2023 exhibition

7 September 2023

This exhibition delves into the concepts of home, cradle land, and land of origin, honoring the artist’s late father’s journey to rediscover his lineage. Drawing inspiration from Gauguin’s introspective paintings, the artist raises questions of identity, belonging, and one’s place in the world.

Sunar Sugiyou (b. 1962, Singapore) has been touted as Singapore’s “prodigal artist”. Initially starting with oil on canvas, he slowly developed his unique style using the technique of Chinese brush painting on Japanese rice paper. It is this series of works that showed his true calling. Though his art displays elements of Malay culture reflecting his Javanese heritage, his style and strokes are unassuming. While still a student of art and graphic design at St. Patrick’s Art School, Singapore, Sunar exhibited his first works at the Shell Discovery Art Exhibition (1986). His submissions received commendation at the Australian Art Awards (1987) and IBM Art Award (1988). His Chinese ink works have often been mistaken to be by a Japanese artist. Attributing his achievements to his mentors Jaafar Latiff and Iskandar Jalil, Sunar has held numerous solo and group shows in Singapore, Malaysia, and the UAE. Sunar’s works can be found at the National Museum of Singapore, National University of Singapore, Development Bank of Singapore, residences of royal families from neighbouring countries, Taiwan, the UAE, and various corporate and private collections in Singapore and overseas.

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Sunar Sugiyou giving his opening speech 2023  ‘ Empress of the cradle ‘exhibition

Sunar Sugiyou artwork’s on display at Suite 88 Home of Superbroadcast

‘Paradise Lost’

Elena Lo Giudice first solo exhibition in Singapore

18 October 2023

In a poignant homecoming, an Italian artist born in Hong Kong returns to Singapore after decades to unveil her debut solo exhibition. With a deep connection to the city, the artist expresses her heartfelt gratitude for the opportunity to showcase her work in the place she holds dear.

Elena Lo Giudice expressing her gratitude to guest during the opening day

Embassy of Indonesia Deputy Chief of Mission / Head of Chancery. ​​Sulistijo Djati Ismojo interacting with artist Elena.