Every month, Singapore’s host of galleries mount new exhibitions—but how do you know which are worth visiting? Join us as we take you straight to the most talked about contemporary art as well as classic art pieces of the moment.
A new addition to Singapore’s art and photography scene, Vue Privee, founded by photographer, Oliver Henry, is a new art concept space and brand focused on limited edition artworks, merchandise, events and a lifestyle that is inspired by photography. This June, the gallery hosts not one but two art showcases.
First up is Moving Still, featuring eight Asian artists--Kim Xu, Aíman, Sheryo, Mr. B, Jolene Lai, Eman Reharno, and Amanda Ang—who reinterpret part of a dialogue or quote from a cinematographic frame into their own works of art. There’s even a surprise piece by renowned film Director, Glen Goei who reveals his first ever art installation piece. Hamburg-based photographer Inga Beckmann is also Vue Privee’s Artist of The Month.
The gallery will showcase a capsule collection of Beckman’s striking photographs which document her travels to one of the most elusive and exotic places in the world—North Korea (from Jun 2). Don’t miss this.