In The Raw | Wei Leng Tay

Lee Family

credits : Chan Hampe Galleries, Wei Leng Tay Artist Wei Leng Tay explores the depth of connections between the artist and subject in her solo photography exhibition at Chan Hampe Galleries, How did we get here,…

Never Say No To Home

Her Shifting Identity

While Monica Nixon’s current exhibition, “A Universal Truth”, at Barnadas Huang, peels away the layers of meaning defining a home by centering our focus on the physical terrain and buildings dotting her America, Indonesian Entang Wiharso…

Enlightening Play Of Light

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The way nature plays with light never ceases to be amazing. A multi-hued rainbow that crests the skies after a heavy shower are a sight to behold, especially when it is harmoniously accompanied by a marginally…

Through Orphaned Eyes

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We have all heard about the effects of China’s 1 child policy: in the culturally driven bid to have a son, daughters born are sometimes killed or, at best, anonymously abandoned in orphanages to face the…

Stirring The Leaves

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In 1996, Singapore-born Simryn Gill’s “Forest”; a series of large black-and-white photographs that documents temporary installations in which she also ‘seeded’ a mangrove swamp, a beach and the garden of her family home; visually reversed the…

More Than American Dreams

(Hi Res) Rock Hill, S.C. _ Acrylic on Canvas _ 100 x 150 cm

During my teens Laura Ingalls Wilder’s semi-biographical “Little House on the Prairie” series of books captured my vivid imagination. Her life growing up with her settler family on the Great Plains in the United States of…

Kaleidoscopic Landscapes | Surrealistic Paintings by Knakorn Kachacheewa

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A gentleman in a charcoal grey suit stands against the sea and the cloudy sky, partly veiled by the rotund green apple. Undoubtedly, we are talking about “The Son of Man” (1964) by René Magritte, one…

Fresh Takes | Crisp Perspectives at Chan Hampe Galleries

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One would recollect the prodigious development in Singapore’s art scene back in the 1950s by catching a glimpse of fishing sampans with a Western composition — the Nanyang style. Now, how do we react to plastic…