The Messenger

The Messenger

WHEN
13 December 2020 – 7 March 2021
VENUE
Art Porters Gallery, Room 1, 64 Spottiswoode Park Road (go to Google maps)
OPENING HOURS
Tues – Sun, 10:30am – 7 pm
Mon, by appointment only
ADMISSION
Free Admission
WEBSITE
http://www.artporters.com

The Messenger

The Messenger is Indonesian artist Mulyana’s first solo exhibition in Singapore. The exhibition invites audiences to reconnect with their own faith and beliefs, encouraging them to re-read the messages that have guided them and to make meaning of them. The artworks presented in the exhibition, though static in nature, are able to transform and develop in different directions, a reflection of the artist’s own intentions to remind us that we are all capable to create beauty and to share kindness and happiness.

Image courtesy of Art Porters Gallery.
Jurong Lake Gardens, Entrance Pavilion, Yuan Ching Rd
6 January – 6 April 2021
A polyptych of four feathered creatures by Kiat will be swooping down at Jurong Lake Gardens (JLG), thrilling visitors with a burst of vibrant colour. Each portrait reflects the visual artist’s illumination of each bird’s scientific characteristics through artistic interpretation and rendering.
Art Fairs & Galleries
La Galerie, Level 2, Alliance Française de Singapour
21 – 24 January 2021
earth. presents the works of six contemporary ceramicists based in Singapore. These artists hail from five different home nations: India, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore and Turkey.
La Galerie, Level 2, Alliance Française de Singapour
27 January – 11 February 2021
Alliance Française is proud to showcase the top 10 finalists of the 11th France and Singapore Photography Arts Awards (FSPAA) where French and Singaporean artists showcase their creative talents via experimental and emerging styles of photographic art for this year’s theme: Interlude.
The Substation Gallery, 45 Armenian Street
22 – 30 January 2021
Ceramic Expressions is an annual exhibition series showcasing works by Singapore-based ceramicists. The forthcoming edition, the biggest ever, will showcase 25 – 30 works from well-known international and exciting Singaporean ceramicists.