Sometimes, conventional designs just don’t cut it. Fans of the quirky contemporary aesthetic, who also like traditional craftsmanship, will flock to French label Drugeot Labo. Its asymmetrical designs and use of French oak with bright colours, seen on bookcases as well as coffee tables, are sure to make a statement in your home.
My Forest Has No Name
Jan 16 to Feb 2 8 at Fost Gallery, #01-02 Gillman Barracks, 1 L ock Road
My Forest Has No Name, an exhibition by Donna Ong, seeks to discover humanity’s captivation with the tropical forest. Observe how we have shaped our forest from colonial times till now, with a sequence of artworks that combine vintage prints, everyday objects and text.
Andy Warhol – Social Circus
Jan 16 to 2 9 at Block 47 Gillman Barracks
For the first time in Asia, a rare collection of Andy Warhol polaroids taken of celebrities, such as Andre Leon Talley and Candy Spelling, in the 1970s and 1980s will be displayed. These were taken between 1958 to 1987, and served as inspiration for the large-scale portraits Warhol was best known for. The exhibition is organised by art collector Ryan Su, and is his debut show for The Ryan Foundation, which aims to promote arts education and nature conservation.
Art Stage 2016
Jan 21 to 2 4 at Marina Bay Sands, Expo and Convention Centre
In its sixth edition, this art exhibition introduces the South-east Asia Forum, which encourages a dynamic exchange of ideas. The programme consists of an exhibition and talks on urbanisation; so look forward to hearing architects, artists and observers discuss how cities shape our identities, and how we perceive reality. Standard tickets are $32. Visit www.artstagesingapore.com
Prudential Eye Award s 2016 Exhibition
Jan 16 to M arch 27 at the Art Science Museum, Marina Bay Sands
See the works of the 15 shortlisted artists for the award here. Featuring various media including painting, installation, digital/video, sculpture and photography, the finalists include Singapore’s own Robert Zhao, nominated in the Best Emerging Artist Using Photography category. Black and white photography works from Zhao’s “From The Series Singapore 1925-2025” will be displayed at the exhibition.