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Current Exhibition – Patterns of Change
July 21, 2022

White Space Art Asia is proud to present ‘Patterns of Change’, a group show featuring four young artists from Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand opening on Friday 29th July, 2022. The exhibition will continue until Sunday 28th August, 2022.

With stories that resonate within and beyond geographical borders, ‘Patterns of Change’ is an exhibition that weaves threads between the future generations of a selected few ASEAN member states. Each artist expresses a political position unique to their own experience and the exhibition is a powerful and insightful response to the constantly evolving geo-political landscape of Southeast Asia. Through an array of diverse practices ranging from the traditional mediums of oil and watercolour to embroidery and photography, ‘Patterns of Change’ is a multidisciplinary show that invites us to explore and deepen the bonds that we share with our regional neighbours. Featuring artists Nature Shankar, Eunice Sanchez, Nyein Su, and Wana Wanlayangkoon, the exhibition presents a heartfelt and sincere message from each artist seeking to map out the region’s future.

Exhibition Period: 29 July – 28 August 2022, Open 10am – 7pm (Tuesday-Sunday)

Opening Vernissage: 29 April 2022, 4pm onwards

Venue: 1H Yong Siak Street, Tiong Bahru Estate, Singapore 168641  

General Enquiries: +65 6738 4380

November 18, 2021

White Space Art Asia is pleased to present ‘Mixed Materiality’, an exhibition dedicated to exploring the relationship between medium and message. Featuring an international roster of artists, the show offers a diversity of approaches that challenge the boundaries of art. Mixed Materiality lies at the crossroads of reality and imagination. Made with unconventional mediums such […]

August 26, 2021

White Space Art Asia is proud to present ‘Traces of Innocence’, a collection from Henan native and artist, Zhang Wen.   A collection nostalgic for the years gone past, Zhang’s works are an immortalisation of the ephemerality of youth. Dotted with playful figures that dance across vast landscapes, her oeuvre celebrates the simplicity of childhood. […]

March 23, 2021

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January 6, 2021

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