Mazel Galerie presents From Belgium with Love! from August 25, 2017, to October 19, 2017 with Exhibiting Artists: Antoine Rose, Bruno Timmermans, MONK, NOIR and Valentin van der Meulen at the Art and Design Gallery of Mazel Galerie.
Singapore, 29 June 2017 – Singapore-based artists, Michelle Ma and Nicole Fabry are delighted to present an exhibition of portraits entitled Inwards vs. Outwards come September 2017. The artists came up with the title of the exhibition in a representation of how their artworks complement each other. While Nicole’s art reflects her love for diverse cultures, Michelle’s art pieces are rooted in her Chinese heritage.
Supernormal presents Poetic Motions, a solo exhibition by Matthias Hillner.
Images are fast replacing words in our daily conversations. We speak in emojis and memes, and our love for image-driven social media, such as Instagram and Snapchat, point to the inadequacy of the written word in our increasingly visual world today. Faced with an information overload, reading texts is seen as too tiring—a process of analysis that is too slow, static, and simply out of sync with the times.
Through typography, Matthias Hillner has been exploring ways to revitalise the written word through design. His series of prints, sculptures and digital installations are “typographic gestures” that sit in-between image and text, abstract and figure, as well as real and virtual. They can be seen, could be read, may be understood and certainly questioned. They are words, and they are not.
The party just keeps on growing, and for this third installment of Breathe Deep, we're getting that great lady of the deep Heather Mennell back with us to wow you away again, just like she did that first time. So if you're not planning on going to the beach, this one's a sure winner, on Saturday December 12th! Warm up shenanigans by Brendon P. No guest-list required. Doors open 10pm Dresscode: No Flip Flops!!!
Housed in the former Supreme Court building, the UOB Southeast Asia Gallery presents an exhibition on the art of Southeast Asia through shared artistic impulses across the region.
Starting in the 19th century, the history of Southeast Asian art is characterised by a continuous encounter with the new, inseparably linked to the region’s tumultuous social and political history.
The meaning and expression of art was constantly negotiated as artists of Southeast Asia sought to incorporate and reinvent local expressions and aesthetic traditions as they grappled with modernity.
The curatorial narrative explores four main themes places in a broadly chronological sequence, each one critically examining the shared artistic impulse of the region for each period: 'Authority and Anxiety', 'Imagining Country and Self', 'Manifesting the Nation', and 'Re:Defining Art'.
The Asian Civilisations Museum is launching a new introductory display. The Ancient Religions Gallery will trace the spread of religions from India to China, Sri Lanka, and Southeast Asia. A thousand years of sculpture will show the change in art from early cults to international forms of Hinduism and Buddhism. The displays demonstrate how the cultures of Gandhara, Kushan, Tang China, and Srivijaya gave new expression to these systems of belief.
Voted 'Best New Tourist Attraction' by ASEAN Tourism Forum.
Witness a stunning 13-minute showpiece of visual effects by the waterfront, where the universal tale of the journey of life is told through light and laser effects set to a breathtaking orchestral soundtrack. It is the largest light and water spectacular show in Southeast Asia with views spanning across a 15.4 hectare site!
The show is on Sundays to Thursdays at 8pm and 9:30pm and on Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm, 9:30pm and 11pm.
A new mode of order is in session every Wednesday at Kyo, curated by resident and 2008 Juice Dj Quest Champion, Ej Missy, featuring a fresh breed of homegrown and SG‐based talent.
This is for the next wave of DJs pushing the electronic music genre envelope forward, and for you with the discerning musical taste. Let's hear it for Modal.
Saturday Social BBQ is the place to be at! With cowabunga surf music to jive to, ice cold beers in hand and an array of fringe activities for your children, there’s definitely something for everyone. Come on down and join the fun at Timbre @ Gillman for the most awesome barbecue party ever!