THE ARTLING POP-UP
Online art store The Artling displays 80 works from artists younger than 40 years old. Look out for works such as Born To Be Happy (2016) by Indonesia's Ronald Apriyan and Korean artist Kang Jun Young's The First Duty Of Love Is To Listen (2016).
MANOLO VALDES IN SINGAPORE
Spanish artist Manolo Valdes' quirky, complex metal creations are a delight. Walk down Orchard Road and view nine giant sculptures set up outdoors, such as Cabeza Dorada (2017), or look at his smaller works indoors at Opera Gallery.
WHERE: Opera Gallery, 02-16 Ion Orchard, 2 Orchard Turn and along Orchard Road MRT: Orchard WHEN: Indoor exhibition: Till Oct 15, 11am to 8pm (weekdays), 10am to 8pm (weekends). Outdoor exhibition: Till Oct 15 ADMISSION: Free INFO: www.operagallery.com
GALLERY CHILDREN'S BIENNALE
Take a family-friendly tour of art at the National Gallery this weekend. Play with colourful stickers at The Obliteration Room created by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama or read the poems that make up Vietnamese artist's Tran Trong Vu's The Sonnet In Blue.
WHERE: National Gallery Singapore, 1 St Andrew's Road MRT: City Hall/Raffles Place ADMISSION: $15 for Singaporeans and permanent residents, $20 for others, via www.nationalgallery.sg/visit/admissions INFO: A Gallery Children's Biennale Art Pack costs an additional $5
MOTOR VALLEY, A TALE. AN ITALIAN PROJECT
Singaporean photographers Mindy Tan and Wilfred Lim present 50 photographs of Italy's famous Motor Valley region, an area in the Emilia Romagna region famous for vehicle brands such as Maserati and Ducati. The exhibition, timed for the Singapore Grand Prix, is helmed by the Dino Zoli Foundation and supported by the Italian Cultural Institute and the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Singapore.
WHERE: The Arts House, 1 Old Parliament Lane MRT: City Hall WHEN: Till Sunday, 10am to 10pm ADMISSION: Free