A Traveller’s Diary | Chang Fee Ming

Chang Fee Ming

It is difficult to perceive figurative paintings of traditional Southeast Asia as part of the Singaporean contemporary art scene. Art-lovers collectively give the limelight to other art forms that have turned popular, such as brilliant conceptual…

More Than Simply a Taste of Thai

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For conceptual artist Arin Rungjang food remains pivotal in his exhibitions. In this case, he takes us on a historical and geographical journey, in epic proportions, of one dish in particular – an egg yolk-based Thai…

The Music of Val’s Art

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Valerie Guotard Andrianoff, or Val, sets about shaping each new piece of sculpture instinctively, meditatively listening to a symphony of internal music. And it is ‘only later that (she) can rationalize what it means and how…

Enter Into Art Garden

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The immensely popular Art Garden returns for a 4th year to the Singapore Art Museum, bringing ingenious artworks that sublimely provide superbly immersive experiences I liken to a perfect union of Ai Wei Wei’s lusciously tactile “Sunflower…