After missing Singapore Night Festival in the last two years, I made it a point to be at the festival grounds this year, at all costs. So one friday night, I was at the front lawn of the Singapore Art Museum, watching the now-iconic projection art on the museum’s façade.
i Light Marina Bay, Asia’s only sustainable light art festival, is back this year with over 20 art installations around the waterfront.
Back at the ArtScience Museum for the second time, Random Blends seeks to offer visitors with an engaging and participatory experience.
For the past few weeks I have worked on a new series. It’s unusual for the blog, but not for me. Since this website is formed by my interests, it is just a matter of time before Hermès appears more often than once a year.
Resorts World Sentosa’s latest musical, Lightseeker, is now showing at Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) Theatre. This dazzling spectacle boasts a stellar cast, great songs, impressive sets and a myriad of special effects, stunts and dance. But did the producers push the genre too far? Find out more in this review.
Showing for just two days at the ArtScience Museum, the Gucci Flora Icon exhibition invites visitors to trace the origins of the Flora motif and discover some pieces that don the iconic motif. From garments to porcelain items, the Flora print breathes life to objects curated over the past five decades.
The Art of the Brick presents a stunning collection of brick creations by Nathan Sawaya, famed LEGO artist (and LEGO Master Builder) from New York. Staged at the Level 3 Galleries in the ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands, Sawaya’s creations dance between thought-provoking sculptures with the playful medium of colourful LEGO bricks.
I’ve been invited to a backstage tour at Festive Grand Theatre, the current home of Incanto. Together with other bloggers, we had a special look behind the scenes. We didn’t uncover any secrets to the stage illusions (of course not!) but we had encounters with some of the cast and crew, followed by a treat […]
In the 1830s, a young frenchman walked 400 kilometres from his hometown to Paris. He became an apprentice layetier in Paris, packing luggage (trunks) for wealthy travelers. Eventually, he became famous for his craft and was asked to be the layetier for Empress Eugénie. Years later, he opened his own trunk workshop which over several […]
Some of us dream of pausing time, or going back in time. But we can never stop the march of time. Hermès presents The Gift Of Time – an exhibition at Tanjong Pagar Railway Station. Designed by Hilton McConnico, the exhibition tells a story (or several) about Hermès with contemplations of time. The concept of […]