various locations12 jan - 11 feb
Revisiting and reactivating snippets of our national past, State of Motion 2018: Sejarah-ku (Malay for 'my history') comprises a selection of seminal Malay-language films produced by the now-defunct Shaw Malay Film Productions Ltd, as well as a diverse lineup of artworks and performances made in response to the films.
Objectifs17 jan - 11 feb
artist, Kray Chen, presents a new project that turns a playful eye on the
rituals of an average Singaporean Chinese wedding, in a quest to understand the
anxieties and behaviours associated with weddings today.
national museum17 - 31 jan
An exhibition on childhood by Superhero Me, an inclusive arts movement which works with children from diverse backgrounds. It explores the worlds of six children through mixed media work.
aliwal arts centre18 jan - 11 feb
M.A.T.A.S or Make A Terrific Artwork Someday features the debut of a collaboration between urban art collective RSCLS and interactive visual artist Ryf Zaini. The light-hearted installation comments on the Singapore graffiti and street art community’s endless commitment to stay relevant and sustainable, while balancing tensions such as the politics and negotiation of space, both public and personal.
THE PARKVIEW MUSEUM17 - 27 JAN
A series of public programmes will accompany the exhibition through its duration, as well as for the occasion of Singapore Art Week. Titled REFRAME, it invites the audience to reflect on the artistic methods employed by artists to explore and expand on the concept of the artistic self.
civic district19 - 28 jan
Light to Night Festival is an annual urban art event that celebrates the stunning Civic District of Singapore over two weeks. This second edition explores the sensation of colour through visual, literary and performing art forms, and transforms major cultural institutions and parks into spectacular works of art.
singapore art museum20 - 28 jan
Spanning two weekends at the museum, there are outdoor movie screenings, a range of art workshops and an art market featuring merchandise and food by local artisans and craftsmen. Complete your museum experience with an exploration of Cinerama: Art and the Moving Image in Southeast Asia, SAM’s contemporary art exhibition featuring moving image artworks by Southeast Asian artists.
the arts house22 - 28 jan
The interactive sculpture reflects on the building of our first-world city, and the compromises we have made upon its construction — as citizens, do we have a say in what is undermined and what is salvaged?
gillman barracks26 jan
Gillman Barracks’ flagship edition of the night time open house event, Art After Dark, returns this 26 January 2018! Look forward to an evening of stimulating contemporary art, live music, and F&B pop-ups with the showcase of new exhibitions and exciting programmes as galleries, the NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore and the rest of the precinct open their doors from 7pm till late in Singapore’s very own visual arts cluster.
Marina bay sands expo26 - 28 jan
ART STAGE Singapore returns in 2018 for its eighth edition from 26 to 28 January 2018. As the flagship show of the Southeast Asian art world, ART STAGE continues to develop and bridge regional art scenes to create a stronger and more unified Southeast Asian market.
Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre18 - 28 jan
Art Outreach presents an exhibition bringing together a selection of modern Indonesian and Singaporean art from two prominent Singaporean private collections.
Curated by IMPART Curatorial Award Winner
Kamiliah Bahdar, the works of Affandi, Cheong Soo Pieng, I Made Djirna,
I Nyoman Sukari, Popo Iskandar, Srihadi Soedarsono, Tang Da Wu,
Widayat, and Zhuang Sheng Tao will be on display at this arresting