Christmas Island is known for its red land crab migration, but a new show by artist Robert Zhao Renhui pulls back its idyllic curtains to reveal the island's complex animal-human relationships, from killing feral cats to the deaths of animal species.
Jogjakarta-based Ruang MES 56, one of Indonesia’s most successful art collectives, debuts in Singapore at contemporary art space DECK.
What happens when an orchestra does dance music, an indie band ropes in 30 guitarists, and pianists team up with quantum physicists? Next week, three unusual shows are sure to change the way you hear and see music.
The National Library is showcasing a rare copy of Shakespeare’s First Folio in a small exhibition. The anthology compiling all the playwright’s plays was first published in 1623 and only 230 copies remain in the world today.
Local audiences will be seeing a lot of works by its resident playwright Haresh Sharma in the next couple of months. Mayo Martin talks to Singapore’s theatremakers to find out exactly what makes Haresh Sharma and his works tick.
The first major retrospective on the iconic Japanese artist in the region will feature 120 works spanning seven decades.
After touring Singapore’s housing estates, theatre company Drama Box is bringing its colourful, pop-up theatre space to Rotterdam for a community arts festival this month.
The eighth edition of the annual festival will now be held in June, instead of November, and will feature 27 works.
National Gallery Singapore opens a handful of exhibitions that take a look at the country’s Chinese ink history, from a retrospective on Chen Chong Swee to a showcase of works from the Xiu Hai Lou Collection.
He once took over The New Yorker’s Instagram account and he’s got a massive following on his own account, too. Channel NewsAsia’s Mayo Martin sits down with Singaporean photographer Nguan to find out more about the man behind the photographs.