Another Day: A Solo Exhibition by Zac Lee

Another Day: A Solo Exhibition by Zac Lee

WHEN
7 – 19 January 2023
VENUE
Richard Koh Fine Art Singapore, Blk 47 Malan Road #01-26 Gillman Barracks Singapore 109444 (go to Google maps)
OPENING HOURS
Tuesday to Saturday, 11 am – 7 pm
Sunday, 12pm - 6pm
Closed, Mondays, PH
ADMISSION
Free Admission

Another Day: A Solo Exhibition by Zac Lee

In Another Day, Zac Lee presents a body of work that centres around the everyday, depicting the most routine of acts and finding joy within them. Using sombre and bleak hues, this helps further illustrate the paintings’ uneventfulness and normality such as picking up a book put down from the night before, a quick sketching session, a Sunday afternoon. To him, everyday life is valuable — the bad times, the good times, everything in between, and everything that comes before and after. Today’s ending simply means tomorrow’s beginning. At the works’ core, it is Lee’s way of magnifying these vignettes of life onto the canvases, celebrating their simplicity as he believes that life’s fulfilment is found in these everyday moments.


Credits: Zac Lee,Companionable Silence, 2021. Image courtesy of Zac Lee and RKFA.

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