SG Arts: Undertone Exhibition @ iPreciation Gallery

Yesterday saw the conclusion of Undertone, an exhibition at the iPreciation gallery of 3 emerging artists from Singapore: Yeo Tze Yang, Bess Chan, and Goh Jian Hong. As an aspiring creator myself – albeit of a different medium – I wanted to witness the efforts of these artists, two of whom are younger than me. Their works share a liminal quality, perhaps reflective of Singapore’s uncertain position. I feature below one work apiece of the trio:

Alas, the trio’s exhibition is a small one, and thankfully burnished with, in particular, the exploits of Lee Wen a.k.a. Yellow Man. While the young artists play tricks on our eyes, the Yellow Man makes it hard for me to believe my eyes. His two photos here are in truth among the least provocative; some others are showcased on iPreciation’s website. It’s not complete, though, so hopefully his exhibits are still up shall you decide to make your way to this cosy gallery at 50 Cuscaden Road!

Socio Empath

Hi, my name is Eugene. I am a Sociology graduate from the National University of Singapore. This blog is an invitation: To see our selves as colored by cultures, and to brighten the colors of our society. I seek to help you create freedom in everyday life, with empathy and the sociological imagination.

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