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The Scene The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: June 28 To 30

The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: June 28 To 30

The Tatler Weekend Round-Up: June 28 To 30
By Amelia Yeo
June 28, 2019
The Singapore Art Book Fair and various art exhibitions are the main highlights this weekend

1/4 Disturbing Narratives exhibition

What Presented as the third part of a series of thematic shows, the Disturbing Narratives exhibition sees 30 international artists come together to present their work in line with the disturbing experiences and emotions hidden beneath the surface of our daily life at The Parkview Museum. Curated by Lorand Hegyi, the art director of The Parkview Museum, the exhibition showcases works in different forms from installation to film. 

When Till February 8, 2019

Find out more here 

 

2/4 Singapore Art Book Fair

What Filled with a Zine Library, international exhibitors and panels featuring prominent publishers from the publishing industry, the Singapore Art Book Fair is back for its sixth edition at the NTU Centre for Contemporary Art, within the grounds of Gillman Barracks this weekend. 

When Till June 30

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3/4 Nostalgic Utopia exhibition by Zico Albaiquni

What Indonesia artist Zico Albaiquni showcases his vibrant paintings for the first time in Singapore at Yavuz Gallery. Known for his characteristically vibrant and multicoloured paintings, Albaiquni weaves motifs and icons of Indonesia's national landscape, exploring the similarities between colonial and post-war representations. 

When Till July 14

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

4/4 L'Atelier Rouge

What In support of local socially and ethically responsible businesses, Bar Rouge launches its inaugural shopping fair this Sunday at their own establishment. Featuring brands such as Little Farms, known for their farm fresh produce, as well as Ashley & Co, a modern day scent company among many others, head on down for a fruitful and responsible shopping experience, 71 floors above the city.

When June 30

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