25 May - 18 August 2019Available
01 June - 09 June 201912:00 PM - 08:00 PMAvailable
NAFA Campus 1, 80 Bencoolen Street, Singapore 189655
NAFA Campus 2, 38 Bencoolen Street, Singapore 189654
Objectifs, 155 Middle Rd, Singapore 188977
Stamford Arts Centre, 155 Waterloo Street, Singapore 187962
[Left] “Pink Lying” by Warapan Wongtongdee (Nam), [Middle] “Simplicity People in Ban Na Yang 2” by Phonesepath Keosomsak (Xai) and [Right] “Santiniketan” by Sirintorn Haribhitak (Bee) might have contrasting artistic styles, but they share something in common: conveying ideas that matter most to them.
Just when many local designers believe that remaking local images equates to local creativity, Singapore's newest furniture and lifestyle brand, SCENE SHANG, emerged with a unique view of Chinese culture.
Landscapes spring to life through the eyes of Southeast Asian artists
"Singapore River" by NAFA's founding principal Lim Hak Tai, who was also the initiator of the unique Nanyang style of art, illustrates the rural-urban dichotomy of the iconic river in the 1950s.