Had a full 5-hr walkathon at the second edition of Art Stage Singapore held at Marina Bay Sands. The exhibition was massive, showcasing over 100 galleries with works from renowned artists such as Chen Wenling, Wang Qingsong, Richard Dupont, etc.
The art fair served as a convergence point for curators, collectors and art aficionados alike, and since I couldn’t afford any of the works on sale, I settled for some takeaway pictures instead.
Looks familiar? That’s the same installation which appeared on one of my favorite Chinese drama serials of all-time.
A creepily realistic sculpture of a man lying on the floor. Was that close to nudging him to see if he’s real.
Here’s the 大悲咒 burnt onto paper using incense sticks and looking extremely fragile.
Vulgarity illustrated albeit elegantly, though I have no idea what this phrase means.
These remind me of Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows which was such awesome hilarity.
Though the main exhibition at Marina Bay Sands may be over, several fringe events are still ongoing at various venues around the island. Find out more here.