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  1. Jason Wee

    From streets to art gallery: Singapore’s familiar green railings are the subject of a new show

    In artist Jason Wee’s ongoing exhibition that tackles the literal and metaphorical fences in Singapore society, these ubiquitous structures are ...
  2. Pat Toh

    She’s giving foot massages to encourage the lost art of slow-walking

    Singaporean artist Pat Toh wraps up her residency programme at The Substation with an interactive workshop that highlights the wonders of using ...
  3. National Gallery Singapore (Yayoi Kusama)

    Interactive Yayoi Kusama artwork at National Gallery Singapore’s first Children’s Biennale

    The Japanese artist’s popular Obliteration Room is one of 10 interactive works at the museum’s biggest family-friendly exhibition to date.
  4. Josef Ng (Josef with TNP cover)

    'Brother Cane is part of me': Josef Ng opens up about past controversies and future hopes

    In 1994, a performance artist named Josef Ng found himself at the centre of a controversy involving pubic hair and nudity that would change the ...
  5. SAM Imaginarium (Floating Mountain)

    From bombs to mushrooms: 5 reasons to check out Singapore Art Museum’s new family-friendly show

    SAM’s annual children’s exhibition Imaginarium explores man’s relationship with his environment, whether it’s responding to the bombs dropped in ...
  6. Gajah Gallery gallery owner Jasdeep Sandhu

    Elephant in the room: How Singapore's Gajah Gallery embraced regional art

    From pop-up shows to a huge new space, one of Singapore’s oldest art galleries is celebrating its 20th year. The man behind it tells us what has ...