All from Singapore Art Week 2021

Cai Zhisong Solo Exhibition 2021

Cai Zhisong is one of the most established & iconic contemporary sculptors in the fine art market globally.He is the representative amongst luxury brands such as: Rolls Royce, Porsche, BMW, Mercedes Benz, Jaguar, Chanel & Christian Dior etc. More Information here: http://www.yanggallery.com.sg

11th France + Singapore Photographic Arts Award Exhibition

Showcasing the top 10 finalists of the 11th France and Singapore Photography Arts Awards (FSPAA) where French and Singaporean artists exhibit their creative talents via experimental and emerging styles of photographic art for this year’s theme: Interlude. More information here: alliancefrancaise.org.sg/events/11th-france-singapore-photographic-arts-award-2021-01-27-2021-02-13-4118/

A Matter of Time

Space, light, colour and rhythm are building blocks in Wyn-Lyn Tan’s language of painting. The works in A Matter of Time highlight Tan’s interests in the subtle shifts of one’s perception of space and time, and how that extends into a painting.

Aisha Rosli: Black Eye Solo Exhibition

Cuturi Gallery is proud to present Black Eye, the highly anticipated solo exhibition by Aisha Rosli (b. 1997, Singapore). In this ongoing series of works, Rosli conveys and gives form to the complex and weighted sense of being, laying bare an intimate lens into her exploration of the human condition and experience. More information here: https://www.cuturigallery.com/

Of Myths and Men

The exhibition attempts to examine the function of myths, specifically Chinese mythologies in the context of modern-day sensibilities. Myths passed down through countless generations are an important inheritance of the wider society, as it is a study of culture, history and traditions. More information here: https://wsartasia.com/

ARTWALK In Spite Of…

ARTWALK Little India is an annual multidisciplinary public art festival set in the cultural precinct of Little India. This event is presented by LASALLE College of the Arts and the Singapore Tourism Board with the support of Little India Shopkeepers and Heritage Association. More information here: www.artwalklittleindia.sg

Bus.Stop.Art.

Ten Singapore-based artists respond to the theme #ArtMovesUs, and requisition advertising panels of bus stops for their artworks along the east-west route of bus 175. From the heartlands to the city centre, the installations spill over into the surrounding community, and the artists activate them in unique ways. More information here: www.busstopart.com  

Light to Night: _____-in-Progress

Presenting an intermingling of complementary physical and digital experiences that promise to delight all audiences, festivalgoers can enjoy a slew of exciting and engaging activities within the Civic District and beyond. More information here: www.lighttonight.sg

Art Never Stops : Vertical Horizon

Vertical Horizon is an exploration of the extent and contributions of the vertical rectangle – a portrait’s best companion and the staple of eastern ink traditions. But how else have this shape served as a space for imagining and inspiration for artists? Also, how does the ratio contribute to our understanding of the image? More…

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