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Current Exhibition – SMASH!
March 30, 2022

White Space Art Asia is proud to present ‘SMASH!’, a multimedia exhibition about the end of a long-standing love affair between an artist and the world of porcelain. The exhibition will also include a series of NFTs, alongside a video with musical accompaniment from acclaimed composer, playwright, and film director Dick Lee.

Drawing from his past rejections faced as an artist, Yang breathes new life into his porcelains with a narrative that goes far beyond the objects. What’s presented in ‘SMASH!’ is a raw, confrontational and vulnerable reflection of Yang’s growth and journey as an artist. Set in five stages, follow Yang on his porcelain pilgrimage and immerse yourself in an intimate, all-consuming relationship between an artist and his art. Using both digital and physical media, ‘SMASH!’ is a fascinating insight into the psyche of an artist grappling with failure and transforming destruction into something beautiful. 

Exhibition Period: 1 April – 1 May 2022, Open 10am – 7pm (Tuesday-Sunday)

Opening Vernissage: 1 April 2022, 5-8.30 pm

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

General Enquiries: +65 6738 4380

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