With a new book and a solo exhibition at the Alliance Française de Singapour, the Singaporean reminds us of the spiritual link between man and nature, and that we’re all “light and colour”.
Singapore’s theatre and performing arts scene has suffered a huge blow due to the pandemic. While it may take some time for the sector to return to its former vibrancy, the community is doing all it can to stay afloat and to continue making art.
The pressure to be constantly upbeat undermines mental health, and has been conveniently linked to social media. The past, however, reveals that toxic positivity is a far older and complex menace.
Circle DNA’s Danny Yeung is making the future of your health accessible with genetic tests available at Watsons. A quick swab and a couple of weeks’ wait, and life-changing reports are at your fingertips nicely organised in an app.
We need a Great Reset of our economies, politics and societies to lend a voice to those who have been left behind by the pandemic.
Artist Marvin Tang uncovers documented garden narratives and reimagines the greenery in a new light.
From a stylistic mash-up of favourite motifs to a simple straight line, there is no better expression of identity than a custom tattoo. These artists explain what it means to infuse their own style into their subjects’ ultimate personal statement.
No runway? No sweat. Here’s how the Theatre of Fashion kept couture running through the ages.