Arts Reviews

Theatre review: Normal

Theatre review: Normal

SINGAPORE — It says something about a society when a seemingly harmless, neutral-sounding word like “normal” strikes fear in the hearts of the young or elicits disapproving...

Gallery: Art review: Simryn Gill: Hugging the Shore

Art review: Simryn Gill: Hugging the Shore

SINGAPORE — Even before you get to grips with the actual work in what’s billed as Singapore-born Simryn Gill’s first major solo exhibition in South-east Asia, the NTU Centre for...

Theatre review: Tartuffe

Theatre review: Tartuffe

SINGAPORE — The French playwright Moliere’s comedy play Tartuffe undoubtedly offers much food for thought these days. A critique of religious hypocrisy written in the 17th...

Art review: Prudential Singapore Eye

Art review: Prudential Singapore Eye

SINGAPORE — During visual artist Lee Wen’s solo retrospective at the Singapore Art Museum in 2012, a particular artwork proved quite popular among visitors: His unusual,...

Gallery: Art review: Renaissance City

Art review: Renaissance City

A Renaissance City. A city of rebirth. It’s not only a fine-sounding aspiration that city officials might want, but also the title of artist Eugene Soh’s latest solo show....

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