“Ordeal” was inspired by the Ordeal tree, native to tropical Africa that is used in Singapore for landscaping, favoured for its spreading canopy.
Do you love to explore? How much do you know about the planet we inhabit? The Imaginarium at SAM 8Q introduces explorers to new ways of seeing and experiencing the world around us.
National Gallery Singapore will be holding the much-anticipated exhibition on 9 June till 3 September 2017.
Known for her iconic polka dots, mirror infinity rooms, and pumpkins. Here’s what you can expect to see at Yayoi Kusama: Life Is The Heart Of A Rainbow.
Singapore Night Festival is here again for its 9th edition with the theme “Inventions and Innovation”. Here is what you can expect are at the Bras Basah-Bugis precinct this weekend.
The artwork consist of hundreds of individual portraits and together they form a complex geometric pattern that resembles the designs found on traditional Persian carpets. Tirafkan makes use of this quintessential craft form to comment on the issues of population growth, gender and identity in modern Iran.
Good news for art lovers! For the first time in Singapore, visitors at the National Gallery Singapore (NGS) are now able to view artworks from European and South-east Asian artists in the same space.
This week theme Le Desir et la Menace by Cedric Le Borgne (France) is a collection of three bird wire sculptures perched on the branches of the National Museum of…
The highly-anticipated annual event is back! Singapore Night Festival 2015 returns with spectacular line-up of provocative light art installations, glamorous acts and colourful street performances scattered all over the Bras…