Art Stage: Singapore

The event came to a close last Sunday, and I managed to catch a quick glimpse of the amazing array of art works from a fantastic range of artists.

To tell the truth, I was nonchalantly saying that I will skip it since in Sybil’s opinion, it was a mere ‘ok’ despite the 1000 over pieces that were on show. Yet, to be fair, Sybil did encourage me to pop by saying how rare it is to have a display of this scale and of such big names. Point is, I walked in impressed with the realization that I am facing a shortage of time to cover the entire exhibition area. Here’s a brief run through of some of the pieces I saw and liked:

Liu Zhiquan Art Stage Singapore

Liu Zhiquan, World of Thousands, 2010 (Only part of the work. Picture ceiling high shelves filled with bottles, 3 walls wide)

Liu Zhiquan World of thousands skulls art stage singapore

Part of the installation. Never mind my weird obsession with skulls.

Ai wei wei Wood Art stage Singapore

Ai Weiwei, Fragments, 2005

Sybil said ‘an artwork is nothing without people’, which I thought about and realized is true after comparing two images, one with someone and one without. There is a vast difference in the energy level portrayed.

Paresh maity Art Stage Singapore Procession

Paresh Maity, Procession, 2009

Cai GuoQiang Dancer Calice 2009

Cai Guo-Qiang, Dancer Calice, 2009
Cai Guo-Qiang’s work created by gunpowder. Never fails to create a sense of awe with the mere mention of gunpowder.
Previous entry about him here.

Takashi Murakami self potraits Art stage

Self Potraits of Takashi Murakami.

Takashi Murakami Art Stage Singapore

This might be more recognizable as his work for Louis Vuitton. See previous entry about museum souvenirs of his works here.

Last but not least, definitely recognizable.

Pablo Picasso art stage singapore

Pablo Picasso.

X Alex

(Images by self)

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