INTERSECTIONS GALLERY OWNER, MARIE-PIERRE MOL CO-PUBLISHES A BOOK IN TRIBUTE OF LEGENDARY BURMESE ARTIST, U AUNG KIN
May 18, 2020
"..All the interviews were conducted by Victor Paul Brang Tun, who is himself a young Singaporean artist of Burmese and Kachin origin."
KAMPONG GLAM FANTASIA
BART WAS NOT HERE, VICTOR PAUL BRANG TUN, THU MYAT, INDRA KAMERLING, HÉLÈNE LE CHATELIER, MARLEEN INIA
Presented by Intersections Gallery
6th July - 15th September 2019
Designed to entertain and thrill Kampong Glam’s visitors, this exhibition mirrors the 2019 Kampong Glam Outdoor gallery project.
Like the previous “pot-pourri” exhibitions organized by Intersections in 2017 & 2018, this show encompasses various mediums and styles: acrylic on canvas, ink on paper, ceramics, black and white as well as very colourful artworks. Although apparently disconnected, the artworks have in common to express the soul of the neighbourhood and the mood of local artists.
GELAM GALLERY MURAL @ WALL#9
With new dustbins, renovated drain covers and freshly painted walls, the back lanes of Muscat Street have been rejuvenated for the first outdoor gallery in Singapore, Gelam Gallery! Using the walls at the back of the shophouses as canvases, the nondescript back lanes of Muscat Street that were once used only for delivery and refuse disposal have been given a transformational makeover.
This extraordinary outdoor gallery will showcase murals and framed works of more than 30 artists from different backgrounds, newly graduated students from NAFA and LASALLE College of the Arts, experienced local and foreign artists.