Heroes of Asia at the Asian Civilisation Museum, Singapore 5 June – 28 November 2010

Heroes of Asia is the ACM’s second exhibition curated especially for children! Featuring colourful displays and engaging artefacts from the ACM’s collection, the exhibition explores the legends behind some of the well-known and well-loved characters of Asian myths – many of whom are still well-known and often found in contemporary culture. Some of the characters […]

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Surviving the Streets: Peddlers and Artisans in Early-Mid 20th Century Singapore. 22nd June – 22nd August 2010 at the National Museum of Singapore

The streets of Singapore in the early to mid 20th century were testimony to the complex social and economic world of the people who lived here. Public sites witnessed colonial enchantment with modernity and progress as revealed through the numerous pictorial records. These records continue to be valuable as the life and times of those […]

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Through The Looking Glass at 2902 Gallery, Singapore. Till 7th May 2010

“That’s the effect of living backwards,” the Queen said kindly: “it always makes one a little giddy at first.” — Through The Looking Glass, Lewis Carroll The Annexe Gallery and 2902 Gallery is proud to present a collaborative exhibition featuring works by eight gifted photographers from Malaysia and Singapore, enabling a visual dialogue between the […]

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Realism in Asian Art at the Singapore Art Museum 9th April – 4 July 2010

Image:Alfredo Manrique (Philippines)Karampot (Meager)c1978, oil on canvas 59.5 x 102 cm Jointly organised by The National Art Gallery, Singapore and the National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea, Realism in Asian Art explores the impact of Realism in the development of 20th-century Asian art. Differing from how the Realist movement evolved in 19th century Europe, Realism in […]

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Till 1 April 2010: Kundalini – Sohan Qadri at Indigo Blue Art Gallery in Singapore

Sohan Qadri, one of India’s most accomplished Masters of Indian Contemporary Art, presents his latest collection at Indigo Blue Art. Qadri has participated in over 100 international exhibitions worldwide, with his works included in numerous prestigious and international collections. His works can be experienced from different angles: as a deep and symbolic form that accompanies […]

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