This annual art fair is back for its eighth edition with a new focus on Thai art, and an inaugural Signature Collectors’ Visits section — which showcases art pieces owned by Singapore-based art collectors. Examples of the latter include The Teng Collection by Teng Jee Hum, Samson’s Private Collection by Michelangelo and Lourdes Samson, and Nijkerk’s Private Collection by Mr and Mrs
From Banksy to Invader and Shepard Fairey (aka
Obey), some of the world’s most prominent street artists will make their way to the ArtScience Museum this month. Expect to see murals, prints, sketches and videos charting some 40 years of street art history, as well as live paintings and installations created on-site by the likes of Spain’s Felipe Pantone.
Peruse selected works from American photographer David LaChapelle’s latest New World series, which tracks his 30-year career. The renowned shutterbug is famed for his hyper-realistic photography, which frequently examines themes of art history and social commentary.
Furniture gets a whimsical spin at this upcoming exhibition, which is also French designer Hubert Le Gall’s first solo show in Asia. Armchairs, for instance, are adorned with rabbit ears, while a chest of drawers is completely decked out in flowers. Le Gall, whose portfolio includes designing for brands like Dior and Ruinart, is known for merging the worlds of furniture and art to create beautiful, fantastical items.
View gorgeous art installations and enjoy music and dance performances at this second edition of the Light to Night festival, which is held across iconic landmarks such as the National Gallery Singapore, Esplanade, and Victoria Theatre and Victoria Concert Hall. Highlights include gigs curated by the Singapore Symphony Group, a talk by Taiwan-born artist Lee Mingwei, and light shows projected on the façade of the National Gallery.