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Young homegrown artist Ivan David Ng doing the final touches to his installation pieces at Hakka cemetery. Photo: OH! Holland Village
Ivan David Ng's sculptural installation at Hakka cemetery presents repeated loops made of stone, clay, concrete and paper, inspired by the artist's Hakka heritage. Photo: OH! Holland Village
Artists Ezzam Rahman (left) and homeowner S. Liew (right). The artist, known for his sculptures made of dead skin, is working with talcum powder for OH! Holland Village where his work will be located at a HDB flat owned by S. Liew. Photo: OH! Holland Village
Artists Ezzam Rahman (right) and homeowner S. Liew (left). The artist, known for his sculptures made of dead skin, is working with talcum powder for OH! Holland Village where his work will be located at a HDB flat owned by S. Liew. Photo: OH! Holland Village
East of Suez located at an old house in Chip Bee Gardens is the work of visual artist Anthony Chen, who ground down walls to use dust and old paint to make his pieces. Photo: OH! Holland Village
Anthony Chin is one of the homegrown artists involved in the upcoming edition of OH! Holland Village, the popular art tour around old homes and neighbourhoods. Photo: OH! Holland Village
Khairullah Rahim's artwork will be located along a stairwell at the Holland Village Shopping Centre. Photo: OH! Holland Village
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2765081_Art goes on show in a graveyard, HDB flats
Art goes on show in a graveyard, HDB flats

February 28
Local artists display their creations at Hakka Cemetery as well as in people’s houses
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