Donna Ong, My Forest Has No Name (#23), 2015, Colour photograph on acrylic (diasec print), H35 x W60 cm
MY FOREST HAS NO NAME DONNA ONG
16 JANUARY - 28 FEBRUARY 2016
My Forest Has No Name explores humankind's fascination with the tropical forest through time.
It traces our portrayal of the forest from colonial times into the present day through a series of artworks that merge antique prints, ready-mades and text with original artwork. This highly anticipated exhibition is Ong's first solo show with FOST Gallery.
ART STAGE SINGAPORE 2016 21 - 24 JANUARY 2016
MARINA BAY SANDS EXPO & CONVENTION CENTRE
FOST Gallery will be returning to Art Stage Singapore for its sixth edition in January 2016!
We will be featuring new works by Adeel uz-Zafar, Heman Chong, Chun Kai Feng, Jimmy Ong, alongside other works by Song-Ming Ang, Khairullah Rahim, Izziyana Suhaimi, Grace Tan, Wyn-Lyn Tan and Ashley Yeo.
PUNCTUM OF THE LONG HILLS
& WOVEN FIELD FEATURING JOHN CLANG AND GRACE TAN
BUKIT PANJANG AND LITTLE INDIA DOWNTOWN LINE 2 STATION
As one of the biggest public art projects in Singapore, the Land Transport Authority's Art in Transit Programme has recently launched a series of artworks created by various Singapore artists and local institutions, that are on view at the 12 new stations along the Downtown Line 2. Punctum of the Long Hills by John Clang and Woven Field by Grace Tan have been installed at the Bukit Panjang and Little India MRT stations respectively.
'AN ARM, A LEG AND OTHER STORIES' HEMAN CHONG
11 DECEMBER 2015 - 28 FEBRUARY 2016
SOUTH LONDON GALLERY
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM
In Heman Chong new exhibition, An Arm, a Leg and Other Stories, a million blacked out business cards covering the floor set the scene for the exhibition which explores ideas of exchange, and the role of rules and regulations in determining codes of behaviour. View more details of the exhibition here.
'IFS, ANDS, OR BUTS' HEMAN CHONG
23 JANUARY - 03 MAY 2016
ROCKBUND ART MUSEUM (RAM)
Curated by Li Qi, the Senior Curator at the Rockbund Art Museum, Ifs, Ands, or Buts is a continuation of Chong's conceptually-charged investigations into how individuals and communities imagine the future. This generates a multiplicity of objects, images, installations, situations and texts as the work. Follow Rockbund Art Museum's website to find out more.
Oanh Phi Phi, Mapa mundi (detail), 2015, sơn mài (lacquer) on wood panel
SOUS LA LUNE/BENEATH THE MOON OANH PHI PHI
12 DECEMBER 2015 - 03 FEBRUARY 2016
INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ARTS (ICA) SINGAPORE
Sous la lune/Beneath the moon presents major existing and new works by eleven artists from Southeast Asia and France.
Curated by Khairuddin Hori, Deputy Director of Artistic Programming at the Palais de Tokyo (Paris), the exhibition explores the mysterious, complex and multi-layered nature of aesthetic experience through immersive artworks and installations in a range of media. Find out more about the exhibition here.