#1: Perfect Stranger

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Presented by Chan + Hori Contemporary, the exhibition transforms the gallery into a soft, undulating sea of colour across a single plane. Created by Singaporean artist Dawn Ng, the installation features 48 heavy-weighted paper sheets laid in parallel synchronicity with each other to form a surreal stratosphere of text and colour.

#2: Artifically in Order

art weekElement Art Space presents a solo exhibition of new works by Erianto. Known for his hyperrealistic paintings of cardboard packages and wooden crates, the Indonesian visual artist once again pushes the limits of painting in an exceptional manner.

#3: Folkloristics

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Presented by Mizuma Gallery and showcasing works by contemporary artists that reference and/or are influenced by folklore myths, this exhibition addresses issues that are unexplainable by science or reason and yet encompass common traditions to a culture or group. It also discusses values previously respected but possibly forgotten.

#4: That’s contemporary. Contemporary art from Marc Chagall to Nowadays.

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Showcasing works by revered artists such as Marc Chagall, Domenico Rotella and Leon Kroll, the exhibition reveals artist perspectives and artworks from the 70s to present.

#5: After Asphodel

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This is a series of new works by local artist Luke Heng and presented by Pearl Lam Galleries Singapore to tackle the spiritual and literal construction of the non-place. Stemming from the artist’s visual examinations of paintings and castings, Heng’s evocations encompass paintings, sculptures, and for the first time, site-specific installations.

#6: Accelerated Intimacy

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This solo exhibition by Singaporean artist Sarah Choo Jing consists of multiple video channels interspersed and juxtaposed alongside photographic prints and objects.

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