I really liked this home featured in April’s Issue of Home & Decor. It’s a fine example of how art can make a home. Without the paintings this home could have been any other home on the street.
The third Singapore Biennale opened on 13 March featuring the work of 63 artists from 30 countries, and presented across 5 venues:
- The Singapore Art Museum at Bras Basah Rd
- SAM at 8Q (along Queen St just behind the Singapore Art Museum)
- National Museum of Singapore at Stamford Rd
- Old Kallang Airport
- Merlion Park at Marina Bay
This year’s theme ‘Open House’ alludes to a gathering of multiple perspectives and creative processes and the commentary on how we move between borders, see each other’s points of view, and form connections with others.
The event is on till 15 May and as the works are distributed across the city, you’d probably be best taking your time to visit the sites over a few days or weekends. Did you visit any of the sites – what did you think? Any favourites? Here’s a glimpse of a few of mine: