The transition from pen and paper into pixels and screens was a defining change of the 21st century. French-Vietnamese artist Florian Nguyen channels this juxtaposition in his latest solo exhibition, Brightness. Some of the works in the exhibit took him months to create, as his technique is an intricate one involving the capture of light on paper.
The second edition of the Outsider Fashion Art Festival is back at The Projector. From Wednesday, 4 April to Saturday, 7 April, a congregation of art and fashion designers from Asia and the UK will gather in Singapore to showcase their works. There are also some installations like a Balenciaga-inspired graffiti snow mountain and a bathtub filled with faux eggs for the Instagrammers attending.
We all know Angkor Wat for its unrivalled beauty. But what lies inside the temples of the UNESCO World Heritage site? This specially curated exhibition will show rare Khmer sculptures, French drawings, paintings, and memorabilia that hark back to the days of when the French first stepped foot into the vast and magnificent compound.
(Photo: Musée National des Arts Asiatiques – Guimet)
Few exhibitions in Singapore have run as long as the Singapore International Festival of Arts, with 2018 marking its 41st edition. The two-week showcase will be a cornucopia of theatre, music, dance, literary and visual arts happening across 10 performance spaces.
Our imagination is what drives us to create. For Jean-Pierre Roc-Roussey, his fantastical dreamscapes inspired him to translate them into real-world paintings. They combine mythologies from the East and West and tell tales of legendary wars, epic romances and heroic odysseys.