Arts Reviews

Mies Julie | 4/5

Mies Julie | 4/5

August 30
A sizzling and explosive examination of post-Apartheid South Africa
Gallery: Machine For (Living) Dying In | 4/5

Machine For (Living) Dying In | 4/5

SINGAPORE — As the title of Michael Lee’s latest solo exhibition, Machine for (Living) Dying In, suggests, the said machine might imply that life can be reduced to a series of...

Hotpants | 4/5

Hotpants | 4/5

SINGAPORE — To be honest, I vaguely remember not being impressed by the 1997 version of Dick Lee’s Hotpants. Well, if only because I was then a four-year-old child who was...

Jimmy Ong | 3.5/5

Jimmy Ong | 3.5/5

SINGAPORE — Prominent in the contemporary art scene in Singapore, Jimmy Ong is well-known for his charcoal drawings on paper, now on show at FOST Gallery in his first solo...

Rock Of Ages | 4/5

Rock Of Ages | 4/5

SINGAPORE — With big hair and even bigger voices, the cast of Rock Of Ages blew the crowd away on opening night, with renditions of some of the best rock hits from the iconic...

Gallery: Sensorium 360° | 3.5/5

Sensorium 360° | 3.5/5

SINGAPORE — Visual art, as the term implies, is the province of the eyes. The first thing one does with a painting or sculpture is to look at it.

Retrospective | 4/5

Retrospective | 4/5

SINGAPORE — Stepping inside TheatreWorks’ vast performance space, you are greeted, somewhat like royalty, by the sounds of people making tooting sounds. Very badly. Surrounding...

Gallery: XXII | 4/5

XXII | 4/5

SINGAPORE — It may seem a little strange for Sculpture Square — dedicated, as the name suggests, to 3D art — to play host to a show consisting almost entirely of 51 paintings....

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