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The Scene The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: January 25 To 27

The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: January 25 To 27

The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: January 25 To 27
By Amelia Yeo
January 25, 2019
Its all about the arts this weekend
Image: Courtesy of STPI
Image: Courtesy of STPI

1/4 S.E.A. Focus

What Looking to be inspired by Southeast Asian art this weekend? See the arts community come together at the Gillman Barracks visual arts cluster, as S.E.A. Focus presents 26 local and international artists present their works in line with the region’s narrative. Apart from the impressive line-up of exhibited works, tours and talks with various stakeholders of Southeast Asia’s arts scene will seek to engage curious participants in the day. But the list of activities doesn’t stop there. Plan your visit till the late evening as the gallery’s flagship festival, Art After Dark, and all new pop-up, Ice Cream Sundays will see you hanging out with friends and family over local grub, stimulating visual installations and electrifying music.

When Till January 27

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(Related: S.E.A. Focus Is A New Platform That Champions Southeast Asian Art)

Image: Courtesy of Art Agenda
Image: Courtesy of Art Agenda

2/4 Art Agenda S.E.A.

What Be in the loop with current market trends within the art community, as talks by Hong Kong’s auction house Phillips and jewellery brand Yewn will seek to give participants an insight into the ways of private collecting. Hosted in The Modern Space in collaboration with Art Agenda S.E.A., see first-hand an extensive collection of contemporary Asian art, mid-century Danish design, and Chinese fine jewellery.

When January 25

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(Related: See Marie Antoinette's Jewels Before They Go On Auction)

Image: Catamite by Loo Zihan; Courtesy of M1 Fringe Festival
Image: Catamite by Loo Zihan; Courtesy of M1 Fringe Festival
Image: Q&A (the 36 questions) by Rachel Erdos and Dancers; Courtesy of M1 Fringe Festival
Image: Q&A (the 36 questions) by Rachel Erdos and Dancers; Courtesy of M1 Fringe Festival

3/4 M1 Singapore Fringe Festival

What All the world’s a stage as the final weekend of the annual M1 Singapore Fringe Festival will see an array of productions exploring different facets of the performative arts. From an intimate showcase with artist Loo Zihan at Centre 42, to engaging dance performances by Israeli artists Rachel Erdos and company at the Esplanade Theatre Studio, there is surely something that will appeal to theatre lovers.

When Till January 27

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Image: Courtesy of Art Outreach
Image: Courtesy of Art Outreach

4/4 The Artery Pop-Up By Art Outreach

What A collective effort between Singapore Tourism Board, National Arts Council, Economic Development Board and organisation behind this year’s Impart Collectors’ Show, Art Outreach, The Artery presents 14 galleries at the Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre. Following the recent cancellation of Arts Stage 2019, this pop-up gives stranded local and international galleries a chance to exhibit their works in this year’s Singapore Art Week. Featuring galleries such as Tang Contemporary Art from China and Galerie Gaia from South Korea, it is a great platform to view pieces from established galleries overseas.

When Till January 27

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(Related: 5 Minutes With... Olfactory Artist Sissel Tolaas)

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The Scene Tatler Weekend Round Up singapore art week saw m1 fringe festival 2019 loo zihan the artery art outreach marina bay sands gillman barracks sea focus stpi art agenda sea the modern space

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