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Drop by the What is Not Visible is Not Invisible exhibition and derive personal interpretations to unveil the artists’ message.
Examine state-driven modernisation and industrialisation processes in the city-state of Singapore at The Contemporary and Contemporary Art in Singapore.
Drop by Golnaz Fathi: Contemplations and admire the work of Iranian artist Golnaz Fathi who is renowned for her abstract paintings.
Drop by PlayLAH! Let’s Celebrate Chinese New Year 2017 for exciting activities for the whole family. Have the kids entertained and savour local dishes.
Explore the collection of The Bizarre Honour which includes rare colonial photos, taxidermy, animal traps and tropical field equipment.
Delve into the history of local cinema to explore its film locations and the national’s mutability through the eyes of foreigners.
Admire vibrant collections of artworks by some of the world’s most interesting and promising artists at the Singapore Contemporary this January.
This January, Supermama will play host to 100 selected products, in possibly the most extensive product showcase of Japanese labels in their gallery.
This exhibition will feature a new selection of mixed-media works that reflect personal narratives and their mutual interests in exploring new possibilities in the medium of painting.
At Singapore Biennale 2016, view never seen before contemporary artworks by more than 60 artists across Southeast Asia, and East and South Asia.
The Istana is opening its gates to the public this Chinese New Year. Tour the main building, enjoy performances or go on a guided nature tour.
The Singapore Philatelic Museum is opening its doors this Chinese New Year with a host of fun activities for the whole family.
Drop by Collector Spotlight – 2017 and admire a collection of 12 new oil paintings on canvas by Aaron Kinnane and over 30 Australian works.
Whether you're an aficionado of art, or just an admirer of all things beautiful, do not miss Singapore’s next big art exhibition, Symphony in Colours.
Take part in public art-making sessions, enjoy dance performances and open dance & art sessions for children at the Thousand Colours in Celebration.
Ring in the Year of the Rooster at Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall’s Wan Qing Festival of Spring Chinese New Year Celebrations! Snap photos with festive rooster sculptures and take part in treasure egg hunts and lantern riddles. On 4 February 2017, don’t miss special guided tours of the Memorial Hall led by Y.E.S. 93.3FM DJ Zhong Kunhua, arts and craft workshops, photo-taking with the “God of Wealth” and more.
For his new exhibition Immortality Project I at Sullivan+Strumpf Singapore, sculpture Sam Jinks develops his interrogation of the human condition through Ernest Becker's seminal text The Denial of Death. Becker's concept of "the immortality project" is one in which the individual focuses on the symbolic self, generating a personal belief system that seeks to be part of something that won't die with the physical body - something eternal. Jinks highlights the limitations of the human experience as one that takes…
Catch There is no place, like home by Lio Cheung from Hong Kong this February at INSTINC as she represents what home is to her.
Drop by the Port Cities exhibition at the Asian Civilisations Museum. It features over 180 objects from eight countries including photographs and fashion.
Admire a selection of works by Indian photographer Rohit Chawla, one of the most eminent fashion and commercial photographers of his time.
Featuring local and international artists, instinctive 1.0 : (in)visible brings together works that explores ideas related to the invisible and the hidden.
ISKANDAR JALIL: Kembara Tanah Liat (Clay Travels) is the first exhibition to map prominent Singaporean ceramist Iskandar Jalil’s artistic practice comprehensively as a dialogue between the modern and the traditional. The exhibition brings visitors on an artistic journey through his travels and his role as a teacher. Check out more things to do .
Drop by and admire stunning works that combine laughter and humour by emerging Indonesian artist Naufal Abshar at Art Porters from now until February.
Drop by mʌlti an admire the works of eight up-and-coming artists. The diverse pieces incorporate and juxtapose both traditional and contemporary mediums.
Admire stunning paintings of a utopian world at "Frizzed hair and a brush to paint", a solo exhibition by Mexican artist Bettsy Montijo.
Take a fresh look at Singapore through the eyes of 14 young artists working in photography and film at Between Home and Home.
Don't miss SingaPlural, a design festival that showcases design elements including architecture, furniture, urban planning and landscape architecture.
Enjoy Chinese calligraphy works from established Chinese calligraphers Wang Dongling, Sun Xiaoyun, Wang Tiande, Wei Ligang, and Guan Jun at 21st Century Calligraphy: Selections from the Nanshun Shanfang Collection.
Don't miss Battle for Singapore and attend guided tours and special activities in commemoration of the 75th Anniversary of the fall of Singapore.
See over 3,000 artworks from Asia and the world at the 10th edition of the Asia Contemporary Art Show
Rediscover the adventures and tales from your younger days at MINT Museum of Toys’ latest exhibition, Childhood Favourites.
Come by Anatomy of a Free Mind:Tan Swie Hian’s Notebooks and Creation and admire works including paintings, seal carvings and original writings.
Bring your kids for a day out at Playeum's hands-on exhibition ‘A World Full of Stories’ at Gillman Barracks from November to April.
Visit the Chicken & Egg exhibition at the Singapore Philatelic Museum. Trace its journey across civilisations and examine the many roles it plays.