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"There are More Monsoon Songs Elsewhere" by Dusadee Huntrakul Opening Reception : Friday 22nd June 2018, 7:00pm onwards The exhibition features new works on paper, found photographs and special sculpture installation by the artist in collaboration with Naroot Pitisongswat of Flo Furniture to present his new ceramic pieces. "There are More Monsoon Songs Elsewhere" (2018) is a series of hyper-real drawings of prehistoric Ban Chiang bracelets that dated back ±3,000 years ago. The original bracelets are now in the collection…
A philanthropist, idealist, humanist, Reza’s career began with studies in architecture. He has gone on to become a renowned photojournalist who, for the last three decades, has worked all over the world, notably for National Geographic.
The first exhibition in Asia and the most comprehensive gallery survey to date showcasing the work of Swedish avant-garde composer, poet, mathematician, and visual artist Catherine Christer Hennix
The Festival provides a platform for photographers exhibiting their works alongside their international peers at various venues across Bangkok. Its aim is to inspire and encourage people to contribute knowledge and experience and working together effectively to help create better community of shared future for mankind.
"In-mature-Limbo'' is an inter-zone, where you are welcome to cross, share, borrow, corrupt, caress...There is a reality principle that doesn't seek to be right against the daily disorder, but walks gaily over its ashed ruins.
a group exhibition featuring Gilbert & George, Liu Wei, Angel Otero, and Robin Rhode. Together, these artists whose work spans 2009-2015 and includes painting, photography, and mixed media sculpture, offer contemporary contextualization on the minimalist grid.
Explores aspects of time and the way time alters our perception of the artworks on view. "One Second" drawings and "One Second" paintings established a dialogue about depictions of time. The artist held in one hand ten pencils and within one second marked a piece of paper with a grouping of lines.
Gregorian, an exhibition by Kitikong Tilokwattanotai is reminiscent of that historical moment in 1582. Using a monoprint approach, the artist worked daily to create prints that reflected his states of mind, thoughts and life events.
an annual exhibition showcasing recent works by 9 Hong Kong art graduates. Organized by 10 Chancery Lane Gallery, aims to actively promote and strengthen relations between the new generation of contemporary artists in Hong Kong and local universities offering art degree programs.
“Drawing Room,” offering a unique vision of traditional private spaces within a residence. Whether to write, read, or entertain visitors, drawing rooms bridged the personal and communal parts of a house.
Entry to the museum and all activities are free during Singapore Night Festival. Explore the rich architectural heritage of the museum building through the façade projection and free tours, catch outdoor screenings, join in the dance and music performances, support local at the SAM x Local People Art Market, and more!