Head to one of the very best art exhibitions taking place in Singapore right now. From cultural and classical, to fancy and modern, we've got your next art outing sorted.
Explore styles of Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism in India along with how they have spread across Asia in this exhibition presented by the ACM. Highly complex notions about life and our existence are expressed in the sculptures and paintings displayed.
Asian Civilisations Museum, 1 Empress Place. Until Dec 31. Daily, 10am-7pm. S$2-8. See more here.
Cityscapes, Ancient and Present
Established Singaporean artist John Toh has put together a solo exhibition of stunning watercolour paintings. He also devotes his time to teaching aspiring artists and contributing to charitable organisations by auctioning his paintings.
Pan Pacific Singapore, 7 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square. Until Jan 28, 2019. Daily, 11am-8pm. Find out more here.
Chetti Melaka of the Straits
This fascinating community has the optimum blend of multiculturalism, with Indian, Malay and Chinese influences. The exhibition celebrates the legacy of Chetti Melaka, also known as Peranakan Indians, and offers an exclusive look into their community and ways of life.
Indian Heritage Centre, 5 Campbell Lane. Until May 5, 2019. Tues-Thurs, 10am-7pm; Fri-Sat,10am to 8pm. S$4-6. See more here.
Homeless: An Exhibition By Chow And Lin
NUS Alumni and well-known artists Stefen Chow and Huiyi Lin engage in projects that are fuelled by the state of the economy, public policy and media. Homeless is a new series that shows their investigative work on humanity and security that enable us to reflect geopolitics in our daily lives.
NUS Museum, NUS Centre For the Arts, 50 Kent Ridge Crescent, National University of Singapore. Until Apr 27, 2019. Tues-Sat, 10am-6pm. See details here.