The kidult who spends her whole life dispelling the notion that size matters. Small and spunky, she believes that your life is only as big as your attitude and the size of your heart. Not short of quirky idiosyncrasies, she’s a nocturnal adrenaline junkie who loves to soak up the sun. She looks to the streets for inspiration because that’s where life happens.
In celebration of raw luxury and handcrafted cocktails, award-winning ABSOLUT ELYX local brand ambassador Aki Eguchi will be serving 3 specially crafted Absolut Elyx cocktails at One-Ninety Bar and Terraza [...]
In celebration of raw luxury and handcrafted cocktails, award-winning ABSOLUT ELYX local brand ambassador Aki Eguchi will be serving 3 specially crafted Absolut Elyx cocktails at One-Ninety Bar and Terraza by Javier de las Muelas at Four Seasons Hotel.
Throughout the month, there will be a promotion for Absolut Elyx cocktails such as COPPERSMITH #190, ELDER ELIXOR and COPPER FACE not to be missed.
Absolut Elyx is the unique vodka that is handcrafted exclusively from single estate wheat from the Råbelöf Castle, Sweden. Manually distilled in a 1921 still made of solid copper, it is the one of the most purest vodkas and has a highly prized texture and taste.
COPPERSMITH #190 – SGD20++
Absolut Elyx, Eau de vie Poire, Chatreause Green, Lime Juice, Absinthe, Sparkling Wine
ELDER ELIXIER – SGD20++
Absolut Elyx, St. Germain, Lemon, Sugar, Egg White, Angosutra Bitters
COPPER FACE – SGD20++
Absolut Elyx, Calvados, Apricot Brandy, Orange Zest
April 1 (Friday) - May 12 (Thursday)
April 19 (Tuesday) - September 25 (Sunday)
Internationally-celebrated contemporary photographer, Rohit Chawla, presents his remarkable series ‘Wanderlust’ in his first solo show in Singapore this coming 19 April 2016 at REDSEA Gallery. One of the most eminent fashion [...]
Internationally-celebrated contemporary photographer, Rohit Chawla, presents his remarkable series ‘Wanderlust’ in his first solo show in Singapore this coming 19 April 2016 at REDSEA Gallery.
One of the most eminent fashion and commercial photographers of his time, Chawla turned his attention to photographic art and portraiture in a desire to capture the personality and soul behind the images. His elegantly poised portraits have a strong sense of design and form with a focus on the subject and their self-expression.
“I just want to do simple images with strong graphic sensibilities. I don’t want any distractions of background. I want the people. Doing anything else takes away from the purity of the image. I believe in the minimal. Design is my life and aesthetics is a way of living” — Rohit.
The forthcoming exhibition at REDSEA Gallery will present the series ‘Wanderlust’, Chawla’s extraordinary look at the pastoral nomadic community of Rabaris in India. A community that has withstood the onslaught of time yet retained its identity; its innate sense of style and unity intact. Chawla pays tribute to the tribal members’ natural flamboyance, their use of traditional textiles, intricate embroidery and motifs and celebrates the relentless spirit and style of this wandering community.
Working with a Mamiya medium format camera and shooting at all different times of the day, the project took Chawla over six months to complete, shooting the nomadic
community members exactly as he came across them in the Indian desert.
“Rohit Chawla’s Wanderlust portfolio is one of the most remarkable to come out of the travels of any photographer in India since Cartier-Bresson was here with his Leica in the late 1940’s.” — William Dalrymple, Author and Art Historian.
“Rohit Chawla brings a technical finesse and discipline to the spontaneous world of portraiture. His search for the purity and essence in his images and his ability to capture the momentary projection of self-expression from his subjects result in these truly simple, captivating images. We are delighted to present him and his works here in Singapore.” — Chris Churcher, Founder & Owner REDSEA Gallery.
Chawla’s work has received great critical acclaim; Wanderlust has been exhibited and sold out in both London and Paris; he has collaborated with many well known creative and celebrity names including Ai Wei Wei, V.S. Naipaul, Robet De Niro, Ben Okri, Frank Gehry, Anurag Kashyap and Abhay Deol; and his works are held in many private collections and museums worldwide.
Rohit Chawla’s exhibition will open at REDSEA Gallery on Tuesday 19 April 2016 and will run through to Friday 6 May 2016. All works will be available for sale at the exhibition and a selection will also be available to view online.
April 19 (Tuesday) - May 6 (Friday)
Block 9 Dempsey Road, #01-10 Dempsey Hill
And the rest of such things: MA Fine Arts Graduation Exhibition presents selected works by 11 graduands from the MA Fine Arts programme at LASALLE College of the Arts. Featuring [...]
And the rest of such things: MA Fine Arts Graduation Exhibition presents selected works by 11 graduands from the MA Fine Arts programme at LASALLE College of the Arts. Featuring painting, sculpture, sound, installation, video and photographs, it highlights key projects developed by the graduates over one and a half years.
Artists: Dagrun Adalsteinsdottir, Deusa Blumke, Martha Chaudhry, Jordi Fornies, Kanchana Gupta, Kathryn Kng, Justin Lee, George Liu Zhen, Patrick Ong, Sukeshi Sondhi and Grace Tan
Fri 22 Apr 2016, 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Sat 23 Apr 2016 – Sun 8 May 2016
Gallery 1, Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore, LASALLE College of the Arts,
1 McNally Street, Singapore 187940
(Nearest MRT Station: Rochor)
12pm – 7pm, Tue to Sun (Closed on Mondays and public holidays)
Admission is Free
April 23 (Saturday) - May 8 (Sunday)
Back with its 13th edition, SHF 2016 and the National Heritage Board introduces a list of exciting programmes over a span of three weekends in a bid to [...]
Back with its 13th edition, SHF 2016 and the National Heritage Board introduces a list of exciting programmes over a span of three weekends in a bid to celebrate our local heritage, and embark on a journey of discovery to unearth hidden and lesser-known stories about Singapore’s past.
Over the next three weekends, expect to go back in time with a bustling hawker street reminiscent of the 1960s at the National Museum of Singapore; discover tales of Bukit Pasoh and old-time Bedok; and join us as we explore Singapore’s last living kampong, Pulau Ubin, through guided trails, music performances and film screenings under the stars!
So, pack your bags and mark your calendars as we invite you to join us as we travel across our island to uncover old stories and create new memories with the many activities and programmes lined up.
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April 29 (Friday) - May 15 (Sunday)
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