Art lovers are in for a treat the next two weekends as more than 130 events, installations, programmes and exhibitions are taking place all over the island with the launch of Singapore Art Week, which is now into its 10th year. This year’s Art Week feels particularly exciting with the much-anticipated opening of Singapore Art Museum’s new digs at Tanjong Pagar Distripark – get a preview of the space here.
And while there are always stalwarts of Art Week that are a must-see such as the popular Light to Night Festival and S.E.A Focus, here, we’ve highlighted some of the smaller, more experimental, fun and plain wacky shows that might be missed out on (but should not be) amidst the overwhelming rush of events. They’re found all over the island and in some rather unexpected corners – stay tuned as we continually update this story.
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