ART

Things to do

Weekout: Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa, National Gallery Singapore, Arteastiq de Patio, SAM at Tanjong Pagar Distripark

​This week, learn more about art, check into a champagne-filled beachcation, or head out for stree-style European nosh

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Weekout: S.E.A. Focus, National Gallery Singapore, Luke’s Lobster, JeweLuxe

Start the year anew with art exhibitions, a watch and jewellery fair, and locally-themed lobster rolls
The artistic works of the late Jean-Michel Basquiat live on - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Art

The artistic works of the late Jean-Michel Basquiat live on

Get to know the late Jean-Michel Basquait -- the artist whose work graced Jay-Z and Beyonce's Tiffany & Co. campaign
Weekout: Michelin Guide Singapore, Canchita, db Bistro, Lavo, Lasalle - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Weekout: Michelin Guide Singapore, Canchita, db Bistro, Lavo, Lasalle

Celebrate National Lobster Day, Chilean’s Independence and Michelin Guide Singapore’s starry lineup of awardees
An interview with Paris-based artist Alexandre Benjamin Navet - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Feature

An interview with Paris-based artist Alexandre Benjamin Navet

The artist and designer talks about Paris and collaborating with Van Cleef & Arpels.

Art

Staggering in its simplicity

Opened on March 18, New York’s newest cultural landmark, Frick Madison, is a spectacular museum that requires a visit.

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The arts come alive!

This week, we share the best ways to get your arts fix with some of the most exciting virtual (and physical) arts events happening across the island

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Your Week In

This week, we bring to you the best things you can do — all from the comfort of your own home.

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Your Week Out

Laugh out loud with Singapore’s most irreverent comedian, or witness feminine fury on stage. Otherwise, sit in front of the TV to catch Korean zombies or head out to watch a movie about the awesome power of Mother Nature. The choice is yours.

Art

Painting the new art landscape

Is art elitist? Founder of the Cuturi Gallery, Kevin Troyano Cuturi, does not think so. His newly-launched gallery showcases emerging and established artists within its walls, and he believes anyone can enjoy and own art.
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