22 August – 13 September 2020 Working with colours in her new sculptures, Ashley Yeo continues to develop the paper cuts in pursuit of elegance through materials and techniques.
18 July 2020
Not until today, one never thought that a hug could be so luxurious. One never thought that the distance between people is limited to one meter. Who would have known mask can become a fashion item and a wardrobe staple! Pandemics to wars erode the capital on which capitalism is built, Covid-19 is showing to be no exception.....
16 June - 2 Aug 2020
As I put it to someone not too long ago: locked down lor, what to do.........
4 April - 19 July 2020
Mizuma Gallery is pleased to announce The Seeds We Sow, a group exhibition featuring four Singaporean artists: Ang Song Nian, Marvin Tang, Robert Zhao Renhui, and Zen Teh.
08 May - 31 May 2020
Enormous differences exist between Burmese painting and Western-style painting. Since
the European Renaissance, the focus in Western painting had been on capturing nature and
the human form realistically...
16 Jan - 19 Jan 2020
Returning to Gillman Barracks visual arts precinct in Singapore in 2020, S.E.A. Focus will host 20 galleries and feature over 35 artists based in, or connected to, Southeast Asia.....
14 Jan - 21 Feb 2020
In this show, Justin cleverly juxtaposed the imageries of the Housing Development
Board (HDB) door, map of Singapore and the importance of tree into objects and sculptures
that converse the Singapore of today....
23 Nov - 29 Dec 2019
Humans have pondered over questions of perception for as long as they are conscious of their ability to see and in attempting to make intelligible their visual experience.
20 Jun – 19 Jul 2019
Burmese art history has stretched for more than 800 years in different painting forms and techniques; from the ancient wall and cloth paintings to the traditional used of parabaiks in court manuscripts.
8 Jun – 7 Jul 2019
Glenn Barkley’s first solo exhibition in Singapore featuring new ceramics and collages that, amongst other things, have a relationship to the Tang dynasty ceramics collection of the Asian Civilizations Museum.
16 Mar – 21 Apr 2019
An exhibition by four Japanese artists Kato Ai (Ai☆Madonna), Kimura Ryoko, Kobayashi Satoshi, and Mizuno Rina.
6 – 20 Apr 2019
This exhibition is of works from nine different collections. They begin their selection of artworks by looking at three different aspects of how bodies are performed in the works as well as how artists perform a range of ideas, concepts, and forms of bodies through their works.