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Yinka Shonibare covered the seats of the former Parliament House (now The Arts House) with batik.

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Faris Nakamura at The Private Museum.

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Left: Mit Jai Inn at SEA Focus. Right: Kehinde Wiley at IMPART Collectors' Show.

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A bride struggles with her marital bed in Andy Yang's feministthemed work at De:voted.

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Left: Twardzik-Ching Chor Leng's giant five stone installation on Cavenagh Bridge, next to Fullerton Hotel. Right: Monumental work by Santi Wangchuan at Singapore Arts Club show.

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Eisa Jocson critiques fairytale tropes at SEA Focus.

Singapore Art Week 2020: Its best yet

The 8th Singapore Art Week was more confident than ever, although buying activity remained modest
Jan 24, 2020 5:50 AM

AT THE DE:VOTED art show at Helutrans, artist Urich Lau had set up a 360 degree video camera that captured in real time all the visitors from all angles. The image was simultaneously projected onto the walls of the room, and sometimes compressed or contorted to heighten the sense of threat and