08 Mar '11, 10am

Mar 11 Project Xingmu. Cool combination of Tattoo, Chinese ink, oil, pen & print‐making, traditional vs contemporary

Mar 11 Project Xingmu. Cool combination of Tattoo, Chinese ink, oil, pen & print‐making, traditional vs contemporary

A relative odd combination of Tattoo, Chinese ink, oil, pen and print‐making, this collision challenges traditional versus contemporary styles with Asian and western influences to dare audiences critically decide and analyze. As tattoo art is juxtaposed with two very different other forms of art that are more “acceptable” in society's eyes can these forms can co‐exist together, when viewed from an aesthetic‐appreciation angle. In addition, audiences can catch a glimpse of print series by Korean guest artist, printmaker Shin‐Young Park in support to Chaos. Peace. Love. This is Harmony and its causes. Audiences can look forward to learn the histories behind these forms of art and gain insight on art, heritage and culture.

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timeoutsingapore.com 08 Mar '11, 1pm

A roving curator known for creating and producing blockbuster travel exhibitions such as ‘Titanic – The Artefact Exhibitio...