The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: January 4 To 6
1/4Reflection of Our Hearts Exhibition by Jan Camerone
What Goshen Art Galllery LLP plays host to works by Indonesian artist Jan Camerone, as he presents 18 of his largest, most recent symbolic oil paintings in Singapore. Often basing his subjects on animals, nature, people, and landscapes, it presents viewers a chance to better appreciate the beauty and wonder of these elements that surround us. Highlights of his exhibition feature various vibrant and detailed animal paintings such as the panda, monkey and hornbill species. Apart from his exhibition in Singapore, Jan has also held solo exhibitions in Munich and Frankfurt upon graduating from the Munich Academy of Fine Arts.
When Till January 13
2/4Tell Me How They Kiss You, Tell Me How You kiss Exhibition at Telok Ayer Arts Club
What Homegrown artists Megan Miao, Susie Wong, and Zulkhairi Zulkiflee have collaborated on a project that discusses the delicate issue of the birds and the bees. Together, they explore the notion of romance and desire through multidisciplinary means including ceramic sculptures, photography and the form of drawing on paper—delving deeper into the dissecting cultural codes and the consuming gaze of individuals.
When Till January 12
3/4Kyle performs in Singapore
What This chart-topping rapper will be making a pit-stop in Singapore at the Esplanade Concourse as part of his first ever World Tour. Known for his cheerful style, this Californian native has cemented his place in the happy-rap ranks within the music industry, having collaborated with hip-hop powerhouses G-Eazy and Chance the Rapper. Since the release of his major-label album debut Light of Mine in 2018, he has also received outstanding reviews and recognition, and his tracks have been streamed millions of times online. Performing alongside him will also be Singaporean rapper, TheLionCityBoy.
When January 4
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4/4Comedy at Canvas with Kumar
What Singapore’s most iconic drag comedian will be gracing the stage of Canvas Club to bring the most unfiltered, entertaining and witty content to audiences. Known for his relentless humour, death-dropping lip syncs and the occasional Indian dance, Kumar also brings to the forefront discussions about queer identity and cultural codes within society that’ll leave you laughing in hysterics by the end of the night.
When January 4