Singapore Art Week: Intimate exhibitions and conversations with artists at smaller venues

Still Alive by Grace Chen (far left) and acrylic on canvas by Pierre Pourville (right) at Marshall ArtSpace on Jan 8. ST PHOTO: DESMOND WEE
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SINGAPORE – Among the hundreds of Singapore Art Week (SAW) exhibitions were smaller, intimate settings that allowed visitors to mingle with artists.

One highlight was interactive project Wallflowers by artists Cheng Jin An and Elisa Liu, which encouraged visitors to stop and take in little moments that often go unnoticed.

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