Unique and intimate art experiences feature prominently in this year’s Singapore Art Week (SAW) – the biggest visual arts celebration here.
Apart from mega light shows organised by National Gallery Singapore and big-ticket contemporary art fairs such as Art Stage Singapore and S.E.A. Focus, there will be a number of quirky exhibitions, including an interactive installation about household chores called Home(work), and one where artists create site-specific works at Sim Lim Square – better known for selling functional electronics than displaying art.
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