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The SceneThe Tatler Weekend Round-Up: January 11 To 13

The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: January 11 To 13

The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: January 11 To 13
By Amelia Yeo
January 11, 2019
International artists, local collaborations and exciting pop-ups ignite the city this weekend
Image: Courtesy of National Museum of Singapore
Image: Courtesy of National Museum of Singapore

1/4Unhomed Belongings Exhibition

What This serendipitous partnership between Hollywood actress-director Lucy Liu and Singaporean artist Shubigi Rao has seen the duo draw parallels between their lives through books and discarded objects as a common medium for exploration. Having never met before in person, this collaboration took place through a virtual dialogue between both female artists, resulting in a myriad of works that’s available for the public to interact with at the National Museum of Singapore.

When January 12 To February 24

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Image: Courtesy of Grey Projects
Image: Courtesy of Grey Projects

2/4The Past and Coming Melt Exhibition

What Held at the Grey Projects Exhibition Space, artist Koh Nguang How showcases his collection of print materials that he has amassed over four decades including print ephemera, new clippings and catalogues, in an effort to document some of the most pressing environmental crises and trauma of our day. Showcasing some of his archival works and recreations from older materials, this exhibition seeks to shed light on his lesser-known performative work that cements his position as a pioneer who engages with environmental arts. 

When January 12 To February 23

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Yogafest W.E. (World Edition)

3/4Yogafest: World Edition

What Indulge in a weekend of wellness and sign up for a delightful 90-minute session at Yogafest, as the Urban Park at Tanjong Pagar Centre plays host to a line-up of some of the world’s most iconic yogis. Themed as a world edition this year, the festival will bring about prominent yogis such as Sean Phelps from the USA, Victor Chau from Hong Kong, Fee Zard from Australia, amidst many more from around the globe. But as all millennials will question—did you really participate in this event if you didn't post it on social media? With exciting lessons and a conscious food village to look forward to, don't forget to tag #weyoga to gain the eyes of envy online. 

When January 12 And 13

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(Related: What Is Face Yoga And Is It The New Facial?)


What Exciting times are brewing in the east of the island city, as Eatbox will be held at Downtown East for the next two weeks, seeking to transform the space into the ultimate local scene for delicious grub and entertainment. Enticing social media fans, the fair promises a load of #instagrammable treats and will featuring a full line-up of homegrown bands such as Riot !n Magenta, Pleasantry, Subsonic Eye, as well as singer Joie Tan. Be immersed in the city’s unique food culture, alongside its vibrant music scene curated by none other than Eatmepoptart—the folks behind the biggest parties in Singapore’s clubbing and festival scene.

When January 11 To 13, 17 And 18

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(Related: Generation T At The Conscious Festival)


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