Arts Picks: Chen Wen Hsi Exhibition, My Days With Lim Cheng Hoe, and A Silent Hour: Buskers Of Singapore

The ongoing exhibition, Lim Cheng Hoe: Painting Singapore, at the National Gallery Singapore features Lim's works that capture Singapore's evolving landscapes and people over four decades, starting in the 1930s. PHOTO: COURTESY OF FAMILY OF LIM CHENG HOE
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The former home of late pioneer artist Chen Wen Hsi will be open to members of the public for a special exhibition featuring about 30 of his works dating from the 1950s to the 1980s.

Visitors can view abstract and calligraphy paintings, as well as two murals which were part of the original house where Chen lived from the late 1950s till his death in 1991.

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