Get your cameras ready, because the first minimalism exhibition in South East Asia is coming to Singapore!
National Gallery Singapore and ArtScience Museum are collaborating to bring in Minimalism: Space, Light, Object from 16 November 2018 – 14 April 2019.
The exhibition will display 150 works exploring the history and evolution of the minimalist art movement.
Minimalism: Space, Light, Object is an art movement using simple, geometric forms and non-traditional materials to change the way in which society experience art. The movement has also influenced various art forms, such as visual arts, music, performance, fashion and design.
If you’re interested in finding out more about the background, the National Gallery Singapore’s exhibition will explore the history and development of minimalism from the 1950s to the present day.
For those who want to focus on the artwork, head over to the ArtScience Museum for a more thematic exhibition exploring the form, colour and spirituality of the art.
Popular artists will be featured in the exhibition, such as British sculptor Anish Kapoor, Chinese activist-artist Ai Weiwei and the late Donald Judd, who was the pioneer of the minimalist movement.
Art lovers, get ready to immerse yourselves in the world of minimalism through paintings, audio-visual installations and more!
Dates & Times: 16 November 2018 – 14 April 2019, 10am-7pm (Sat-Thurs), 10am-9pm (Fri)
Prices: S$25 per pax (single venue), S$30 per pax (two venues)