Yayoi Kusama, National Gallery Singapore

Connecting The Varied Dots

YAYOI KUSAMA connected the cosmic dots in her life and turned adversity into opportunity. Battling inner demons gets the better of most people, but Kusama turned this into a platform to...

An Ode To Changes

Changes Having seen changes galore I now rest my case: embrace- Not just change/s but the consequences… Hard, especially for us who want to remain firm For we were brought up to have backbones That...

3 Back Street Tales Of Little India

The colourful history of the Indian community in Singapore is marked by the events and personalities that have shaped Little India. A series of cultural activities reflect upon its...

Roger Dean – Art To Music

IN THE mundane, Roger Deans sees the fantastic. Dean's art has graced the covers of albums since the 1970s, developing a style that is dreamlike yet bordering on the imaginative as...
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Why Are We Losing Our Memories?

THE expressions on the faces above say it all. In the journey back to the days of our youth, before the time of Internet and social media, we were able...

The Route Less Travelled

WILL the large, bold figures clambering over the former military barracks at Gillman be enough to draw in an appreciative audience to this lonely art outpost? Los Angeles based artist...

The Past Presents Us With Insights

Commerce has long pulsed through Singapore, and forms the foundation of our psyche, as two exhibitions at the National Library showcase. By S. Sakthivel Imported ice from America was what...

Moving Too Fast To Be Moved

CAN ART do more than just sit on a wall? Does art still have the ability to move people? Is art a force for change? And if art no longer...

It’s Virtually Jazz Fantastic

TO THE optimist, every dark cloud has a silver lining. For the world, COVID-19 is a serious dark cloud that hangs heavy with uncertainty over everyone. For Jazz pianist Jeremy Monteiro,...
Press Gang

Depressed Gang

TO THOSE in the know, Press Gang is playwright Tan Tarn How’s inside joke.  His time spent at The Straits Times must have left a lasting impression for him to create...