Singapore Art Week 2014: Fun in the park, dinner parties and Art Stage

It’s been a busy (but fun) couple of days, what with all the art hopping we’ve been doing. We popped by the opening of Angles of Incidence, a stunning, futuristic-looking collab between local architect Randy Chan and UK artist Philippa Lawrence. Be sure to go to Botanic Gardens’ Bandstand by March 23 to catch it in full splendor.

We also stopped by Singapore Tyler Print Institute for the Art In Motion launch dinner party. Judging by the crowd spilling out of the gallery (where Han Sai Por’s nature-inspired works are currently on show), we have to say the unique bus tour looks set to be a massive success, drawing art enthusiasts from all over the world.

Singapore Tourism Board also threw a short but fun media lunch at Ku De Ta to officially launch Art Week. It was quite an experience visiting the swanky club lounge in the middle of the day, and from there it was just a short walk over to Art Stage, the event everyone’s been waiting for. We were really impressed with the amount and diversity of ambitious, cutting-edge works on display. You can easily lose a whole weekend wandering around the fair. To fully appreciate the meaning and context of each work, though, you would need to talk to the gallerists or artists present. For the time-pressed, we’d strongly recommend signing up for the excellent tours available.

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