Chun Kaifeng, Nothing to Wait For, 2013, LED lighting, automotive paint and clear coat on vacuum formed high-impact acrylic, Ø 144 x D9 cm, (Edition 1 of 3).
M+ (Hong Kong) has acquired Chun Kaifeng's Nothing to Wait For, referencing bus stop seats ubiquitous in 1980s Singapore. More works by the artist can be found here.
PhotographySingapore Art Museum
IMAGINARIUM: A VOYAGE OF BIG IDEAS
14 MARCH – 19 JULY 2015
SINGAPORE ART MUSEUM @ 8Q
Let's Make! by Izziyana Suhaimi is currently on show at SAM @ 8Q. Learn how to embroider, weave or make pom poms in this room of exploration and experimentation. She will be conducting workshops over three Sundays starting 19 April. For more information, visit SAM's events page.
FOST Gallery will present Izziyana's inaugural solo show in May 2015. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Heman CHONG, Monument to the people we've conveniently forgotten (i hate you), 2008, One million business cards, H5 x W9 cm (each).
ON SWEAT, PAPER AND PORCELAIN
FEATURING HEMAN CHONG
29 MARCH – 03 MAY 2015
HESSEL MUSEUM OF ART AND CCS BARD GALLERIES, NYC
On Sweat, Paper, and Porcelain examines the offshore to understand global infrastructures and their supporting narratives. The exhibition is part of offshoreart.co. More information can be found here.
Song-Ming ANG, Parts and Labour, 2012 (refurbished piano + HD video)
21 – 26 APRIL 2015
CAMDEN ARTS CENTRE, LONDON
Song-Ming Ang will be curating a series of workshops, performances and talks as part of his residency, jointly offered by the Royal Over-Seas League, Hospitalfield Arts and Camden Arts Centre. More information can be found here.
Jimmy ONG, Staghorn Rorscharch (detail), 2015, Charcoal and watercolour on paper, H120 x W240 cm
We are pleased to announce new works by Jimmy Ong. Continuing on from his colour wash works featured in the gallery last August, Jimmy has created new watercolour diptychs available to view on the website.