A Tale of 3 Cities - Kolkata, Goa and Mathura: Doors, derelict rooms and random items such as bells may not sound particularly intriguing. But Indian photographer Ajay Rajgarhia explores the beauty in the mundane and dilapidated, in his first-ever solo exhibition here.
Gathered from his travels across India, these photos (including Behind Closed Doors and Ring for Divinity) tell the stories of people and places in the cities of Kolkata, Mathura and Goa.
Indigo Blue Art, 33 Neil Road from today to March 30. Opening hours are Monday to Saturday from 11am to 6pm, closed on Sundays and public holidays. For more details, visit www.indigoblueart.com or call 6372-1719
Black and White: Proving that bright, vibrant colours aren't always necessary to bring art to life, this exhibition is solely dedicated to black and white works done by 10 Asia-Pacific artists.
The art pieces displayed include Chinese painter Tian Mangzi's Language of Mathematics and Singapore photographer Kheng-Li Wee's Kazakh Yurts.
Art Forum, 82 Cairnhill Road from today to April 10. Opening hours are by appointment. For more details, call 6737-3448 or email email@example.com
Fun: Known for the smash hit We Are Young, which bagged them a Grammy award for Song of the Year, American indie band Fun will hold their first concert here. Fans can expect to hear the band's popular songs, such as Some Nights and Carry On.
The Coliseum, Hard Rock Hotel Singapore at Resorts World Sentosa, tonight at 8pm. Tickets from Sistic at $68. Call 63485555 or log on to www.sistic.com.sg to buy tickets
Tiffany Alvord live in Singapore: YouTube singing sensation Tiffany Alvord is back in Singapore for a full-length, one-night-only concert. The California-based musician is set to perform original songs like My Heart and The Breakdown. Meet-and-greet passes will be granted to anyone who buys concert merchandise. Local singer Natalie Hiong will be the opening act for Alvord's gig.
SCO Concert Hall, 7 Shenton Way, tomorrow at 7pm. Tickets at $38, $58 and $78, with discounts for PAssion cardholders, Mastercard Promo and selected OCBC cards. Call 63485555 or log on to www.sistic.com.sg to buy tickets
Bloc Party: Fresh off the Future Music Festival which took them around Australia before ending in Kuala Lumpur, British indie rock band Bloc Party will perform here for the first time. Expect to hear hits including Octopus and Kettling from the recently released Four.
Fort Canning Park, Fort Gate on March 18 from 8pm to 9.30pm. Tickets at $115; $135 at the door. Call 6348-5555 or log on to www.sistic.com.sg to buy tickets
A Special Night with Demi Lovato: Following a recent stint as a judge on reality television show X-Factor USA, it is now pop singer Demi Lovato's turn to take the stage here. Fans can look forward to her newly released single Heart Attack, as well as popular songs like Skyscraper and Give Your Heart A Break.
The Coliseum, Hard Rock Hotel Singapore at Resorts World Sentosa, on March 18 from 8pm to 9pm. Tickets from Sistic at $93. Call 6348-5555 or log on to www.sistic.com.sg to buy tickets
Compiled by SARA YAP