Experience MARS – Singapore

“Experience Mars” is a two-days exhibition slash premiere of National Geographic’s new channel MARS series indulge the space explorer and learn more about life on Mars through an immersive virtual experience and interactive learning of what goes into preparation for an impending journey. Experience Mars transports guests from Year 2016 to Year 2033 – visitors…


Singapore artist Speak Cryptic will be creating a series of outdoor art works that culminates into an art trail in Gillman Barracks, consisting of illustrative murals created in tribute to the Barracks’ original purpose of housing the 1st Battalion of the Middlesex Regiment in 1936. The artist has had previous experience in using his art…

Little India Wander

Happy Deepavali 2016! To celebrate Deepavali in Singapore, I decided to follow TheSmartLocal’s route to wander around at Little India with hashtag #IWalkLittleIndia. I haven’t really walk through that area ever since I stay in Singapore, only passed by the bus. Together with other two friends, we witness combination with traditional and modern India! We had an…

The Vision / Tokyo International Photography 2016 Competition

The Tokyo International Photography Competition (TIPC) aims to create a series of cultural and geographical bridges between some the world’s largest photographic communities. It provides a unique opportunity for photographers from across various countries to present their artistic visions beyond their country’s borders and open up possibilities for cross-pollination and cross-border collaborations.  


Plugged is a group exhibition featuring the works of Indonesian artists Andy Dewantoro, Aditya Novali and Yudi Sulistyo and is inspired by the word ‘plug’ and its semantic contradictions.

Archifest 2016

Archifest is an annual public festival for Singapore to celebrate architecture and the built environment. Celebrating its 10th edition, the festival theme ‘Exhale’ seeks to challenge the rapidity and density of activities that define our pace of life, weigh in  on the state of Singapore’s built environment, and breathe new life into it. Archifest is anchored…

Why Are We Doing What We Are Doing?

This exhibition features seven contemporary photography artist: Agan Harahap, Angki Pubandono, Iswantono Soerjanto, RongRong & Inri, Usami Masahiro, Yamamoto Masao and Robert Zhao Renhui. Usami Masahiro’s photography collection   Robert Zhao Renhui’s photography collection

Amar Kanwar: The Sovereign Forest

  Amar Kanwar has been filming industrial intervention that have reshaped and permanently destroyed parts of Odisha’s landscape – a battleground on issues of development and displacement since the 1990s. The resulting conflicts between local communities, the government and corporations over the use of agricultural land, forests, rivers and minerals, have lead to an ongoing…

Jittagarn Kaewtinkoy : In The Loop

  This solo exhibition by Thai artist Jittagarn Kaewtinkoy examines the cyclical nature of Thai politics, with its seemingly never-ending social upheavals, protests and intermittent military interventions.

Kamolpan Chotvichai: Fragility of The Self

  Sundaram Tagore Singapore is pleased to present a solo exhibition of works by Kamolpan Chotvichai, an emerging Thai artist who draws inspiration from her Buddhist roots. The exhibition is held in association with the 5th edition of the Singapore International Photography Festival.

Supermama Porcelain Festival

Last weekend it was Gillman Barrack 4th Anniversary and Saturday has a theme “Art Day Out”. One of the attraction is Supermama Porcelain Festival, an independent ceramic fair organized by Singapore-based crafts store, where high-quality porcelain products were sold there.