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STILL
STILL is a multidisciplinary project initiated by LASALLE lecturers, artists Joanne Pang and Salleh Japar. The exhibition presents works by Pang and Salleh along with catalogues and posters by students from LASALLE’s School of Design Communication.

Works on paper by Pang and Salleh explore the relationship between signs, language and memory. Catalogues and posters by the students draw on concepts of semiotics, text and images.
Solo Exhibition by Lindy Lee
Australian artist Lindy Lee's practice explores her Chinese ancestry through Taoism and Ch'an (Zen) Buddhism - philosophies that see humanity and nature as inextricably linked.
Caught In A Landslide, No Escape From Reality
Caught In A Landslide, No Escape From Reality
is a joint exhibition by Adeline Tan and her son,
Paul, both of whom are fascinated with landforms, wildlife and songs by the rock band, Queen. The duo will be featuring a series of collaborative panoramic landscape paintings inspired by the world seen through the eyes and mind of a child.
In Random Order
FOST Gallery is pleased to present In Random Order, a group exhibition featuring works by Kray Chen, Heman Chong, Grace Tan and Syagini Ratna Wulan. The exhibition showcases works dealing with order, schemes and the element of chance.
Faded black
Carla Chan obtained her Bachelor of Arts Degree from the School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong. She works with a variety of media including video, installation, photography and interactive media. Much like the never-ending development of new technology Chan considers media art as a medium with infinite possibilities for artistic expressions.

Minimal in style and form Chan’s works often toys with the blurred boundaries between reality and illusion, figure and abstraction. Her recent work focuses on the ambiguity in nature. Bridging natural transformation and unpredictable computer algorithms, her work is consolidated with a cohesive dynamic between form, means and content.
the ARTery Pop-Up by Art Outreach
Organised by Art Outreach, this showcase features close to 15 galleries. The pop-up will be held at Marina Bay Sands Expo & Convention Centre, Hall A, from 24 to 27 January. Admission is free
Let There Be Light
Let There Be Light - 8 artworks by eight special needs artists mentored by NAFA alumna Yoko Choi, assisted by NAFA students Ang Xue Ning and Quek Jia Yi. Subjects include faith, relationships, childhood memories, dreams.
State of Motion 2019: A Fear of Monsters
State of Motion 2019: A Fear of Monsters investigates the histories and trajectories of Asian horror and focuses on the monsters at the intersections of art, popular culture and cinema.

From the multilingual Pontianak to the genre defining oily man who seeped his way across borders, monsters have entertained and united us through our fear. Audiences should be very afraid.
Yeoh Choo Kuan & Jong Oh
Richard Koh Fine Art (RKFA-KL) is pleased to announce Yeoh Choo Kuan’s solo installation showcase at Blk 22 Lock Road, 01-35 Gillman Barracks, Singapore 109444. Yeoh will unveil a monumental 20-meter canvas piece - the largest from his Streaming Mountain series. The installation will be available for public viewing from 23 – 27 Jan 2019.

MARC STRAUS (New York) is pleased to announce Jong Oh's solo installation at Blk 22 Lock Road, 01-35 Gillman Barracks, Singapore 109444. Oh will present a new site-specific installation, made in response to the gallery space. The installation will be available for public viewing from 23 - 27 Jan 2019.
Devices: Solo exhibition by Chris Chong Chan Fui
Chan + Hori Contemporary presents a solo exhibition by Malaysian artist Chris Chong Chan Fui. Devices queries society’s uncanny yet seemingly normalised relationships between natural and man-made constructs.
Anima Artificialis
Quentin Garel, internationally renowned sculptor and draftsman of monumental animal sculptures, holds his first solo exhibition in Asia entitled Anima Artificialis at Mazel Galerie Singapore.
Of Dreams and Contemplation: Selections from the Collection of Richard Koh
As part of The Private Museum’s Collector Platform, this exhibition features contemporary works of international artists from the private art collection of veteran gallerist, Richard Koh of Richard Koh Fine Art.
Breezing Willow
To start off the new year, The Parkview Museum Singapore presents Breezing Willow, a fine collection of paintings from the National Art Museum of China.
The Fruitfulness of Forgetting
In partnership with the British Council and British High Commission, invited artist Chloe Manasseh (b. 1990, London) presents a series of works inspired by Eden Hall, the historical bungalow where her grandfather was born.
of funniness or Seriousness
A collective exhibition showing the works of David Chan (Singapore), Komkrit Tepthian (Thailand), Umibaizurah Mahir @ Ismail (Malaysia), Zhu Xinyu (China) and Choi Xooang (Korea).