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The SceneThe Tatler Weekend Round-Up: July 26 To 28

The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: July 26 To 28

The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: July 26 To 28
By Amelia Yeo
July 25, 2019
Catch a special film screening or head to the beachfront to get your fix of sumptuous grilled dishes this weekend

1/6Screening: Jellyfish Eyes (2013)

What Fans of acclaimed Japanese artist Takashi Murakami will be able to add this special film screening to their weekend line-up, as it is shown in conjunction with Murakami's latest exhibition at Singapore's STPI Gallery. Directed by the artist himself, Jellyfish Eyes is his debut feature film released in 2013. The narrative follows Masashi Kusakabe, a young schoolboy who becomes friends with a creature that resembles a jellyfish as he copes with the loss of his father. Catch this intimate screening of Jellyfish Eyes at STPI's retail space, The Corner Shop, this Saturday afternoon. 

When July 27

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Image: Chan + Hori Contemporary
Image: Chan + Hori Contemporary

2/6Singapore Utopia

What Since the commemoration of the Singapore Bicentennial this year, there has been a widespread response from artists who have taken a more reflective stance in question of the Singaporean national identity. In an effort to showcase their exploration in this weighted topic, a group of 15 artists who span from the visual to performing arts industries have come together to instigate meaningful discussions amongst visitors and members of the community.

Performance artist Rizman Putra and acclaimed visual artist Ho Tzu Nyen are just some practitioners involved, to name a few. Held at the Chan + Hori Contemporary gallery, visitors can also look forward to two performances by Jeremy Hiah and Rizman Putra on the exhibition's opening night. 

When July 27 Till September 1

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(Image: Estée Lauder)
(Image: Estée Lauder)
(Image: Estée Lauder)
 

3/6The Night is Yours pop-up by Estée Lauder

What Pamper your skin at this exclusive pop-up by the New York-based luxury beauty and skincare expert Estée Lauder, as it launches its new Advanced Night Repair Intense Reset Concentrate at Ion Sky this weekend. With three separate zones for guests to explore, they will not only learn about the skin's restorative process during the night but also be taken on a journey through an immersive constellation projection in a nod to the brand's nighttime products. A makeover station will also be situated on-site to give a special night out makeover to guests using the brand's Double Wear Stay-In-place Foundation and Pure Colour Envy Collection.

When Till 28 July

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(Image: Camp Kilo)
(Image: Camp Kilo)

4/6Actually Affordable Artist Market

What If you've been looking forward to a laid-back Sunday all week, Camp Kilo Charcoal Club is definitely the place to be as it plays host to great grub and the fourth edition of the Actually Affordable Artist Market. Featuring a line-up of homegrown artists with works that are all priced under $300, it's a fantastic opportunity to have a wander around, spot works that speak to you, and meet like-minded individuals who revel in great company and good vibes. 

When July 28

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(Related: Why We Love Made-In-Singapore Craft Beer)

 

5/6Sentosa Grillfest

What Grab your inner circle and head to Siloso Beach to get your fix of premium grilled meats and other mouth-watering dishes for the next three weekends, including the upcoming National Day weekend. Featuring 27 food pop-ups from the Shangri-La's Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa to Singapore's first microbrewery restaurant Brewerkz, you will be left feeling spoilt for choice at the beachfront, as you watch chefs grilling meats on their open fire pits before feasting in front of the gorgeous sea view. For those with a sweet tooth, Australian gelato chain Gelatissimo has also crafted a special edition of its Gelato Bomb for the occasion, which has five scoops of gelato served on a waffle basket with macaroons and colourful sprinkles—perfect for Singapore's perpetual summer heat. 

When Till Aug 12

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6/6This, That. by Ginette Chittick

What Multi-hyphenate Ginette Chittick has pretty much done it all. From helming the spinning decks as a DJ, to championing a lecture about fashion design—all of that while being a super mum—her expansive portfolio now grows to include the label of an artist, as she presents her first solo exhibition at the Telok Ayer Arts Club till early September. Her latest body of works that portrays yarn as the object of women's craft, while other materials, such as wood and acrylic, are cut in geometric shapes and arranged to form multiple visual intersections. These works not only suggests Chittick's position today as an artist among the many other hats that she wears, but also the creative junctures between craft, art, design, and everything in between. 

When Till September 5

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(Related: Find Archival Treasures At The Hermès Heritage – In Motion Exhibition)

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