Maison Miaja Presents a Summer Art Jam Pop-Up at The Substation
When it’s summer all-year round in Singapore, a dip in the swimming pool is always welcome. Often associated with fun, refreshment, relaxation and vacation, the pool is for French artist Aude Gooly “a place of well-being, introspection and calm where you can relax in a refined, elegant, and refreshing décor”.
Join the Singapore-based painter by the pool (with safe management measures in place, of course) at her solo exhibition La Piscine (The Swimming Pool) presented by Miaja Art Collections at The Substation this weekend. The exhibition is in conjunction with Maison Miaja’s Summer Art Jam, which gathers visual art, fashion and music in one space.
Since young, Gooly has travelled the world, discovering new countries and landscapes, and this has sparked her imagination and creativity, often navigating between reality and fantasy. “Every place I have lived and the world I have evolved in has always inspired me.” For the past 11 years, Gooly has had the opportunity to express herself on Singapore’s cultural richness.
Gallerygoers can also look forward to a special film presentation inspired by the artworks, featuring dancers from Danza Attitude who are togged in a fashion capsule collection by Mahcollection.
Due to Covid-19 restrictions, only a group of five (including one member from the gallery) at a time are allowed in the space.
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Maison Miaja’s Summer Art Jam, featuring Aude Gooly’s solo exhibition La Piscine, runs until May 30, at The Substation (45 Armenian Street).