Singapore Art Week: Exhibits to Look Out For
Andy Warhol: Social Circus
Paying homage to Warhol's iconic studio, The Factory, this is a collection of Warhol's Polaroids, featuring actors, artists and fashion designers of the '70s and '80s. Think Bianca Jagger, Andre Leon Talley, Tina Chow and of course, himself.
Happening now till 29 January, 11am to 7pm at Gillman Barracks, 47 Malan Road, 01-26, Singapore 109444. Admission is free
Art After Dark
On this night, enjoy live music, F&B pop-ups and special programmes like SCOUT Singapore: Emerging Art Practices, as well as the launch of the Singapore Arts Club, a month-long curated exhibition of outdoor art.
22 January, 7pm to 11pm at Gillman Barracks, 9 Lock Road, Singapore 108937. Admission is free
Artwalk Little India
No better way to bring communities together than through stories and art. In this collaboration between the Singapore Tourism Board and Lasalle College of the Arts, explore the rich history and traditions of chaotic Little India along paths less travelled.
19 to 23 January, Little India, Campbell Lane. Admission is free
Art in Motion
Back for the third year, this six-day curated event will boast 17 galleries around the different arts and heritage districts. Running from Tanjong Pagar Distripark to Old Hill Street Police Station.
19 to 24 January. Visit agas.org.sg for details. Admission is free
The Calendar Glass
If you're big on glass sculptures, this is it. Hubert le Gall, French artist and designer, has created a series of hand-blown figures from Murano glass and wood. Each piece is delicate and quite unusual, and represents a respective month of the year, showcasing the seasonal nature of how the making of champagne.
Happening now till 24 January, at Art Stage Singapore, MBS Expo and Convention Centre. Opening hours differ; check Art Stage out for more details. Standard day passes are available at $20 through all MBS and Sistic channels
Dada on Tour
Enter the weird and wonderful world of Dada. Visit a tentful of visions painted by 165 Dadaists, and be introduced to a short film that tells the story of the shortlived movement that brewed between 1916 and 1923. All thanks to the Bruno Art Group that's in cooperation with the Dada 100 2016 Zurich jubilee association and Cabaret Voltaire.
Happening now until 24 January, at Art Stage Singapore, MBS Expo and Convention Centre. Opening hours differ; check Art Stage out for more details. Standard day passes are available at $20 through all MBS and Sistic channels