A contemporary, modern and abstract art exhibition based on the article title above “What is Not Visible is Not Invisible”, what comes to your mind when you read this sentence? What do you think would be the different types and artwork mediums that define this type of contemporary art exhibition?
I visited the world of “What is Not Visible is Not Invisible” in Singapore, they are currently being hosted at the Exhibition Galleries, Basement of The National Museum of Singapore. Upon entering into this world, some parts are imaginary, some are tangible, some require your imagination to see the invisible behind the visible. Some artworks can be pretty abstract and not easy to understand, that is also the beauty of contemporary and modern art.
There must be questions inside your mind now, where is “What is Not Visible is Not Invisible” from? Who are the artists behind them? What is the exhibition about?
This special and unique contemporary art exhibition features selected artworks from the French Regional Collections of Contemporary Art (FRAC). They explore with a broad perspective, surveying and sharing their thoughts, ideas, feelings and emotions through their artworks. A total of 34 artworks by 32 French and international artists, navigating a transient journey through philosophy, tangible, some are conventional, some are unconventional, some are pretty abstract and deeply rooted, profound, mind-boggling yet modest and grounded.
As you walked through the exhibition galleries, the artworks attract you, calling out to you, encouraging you to come into their world, to play, interact and immerse yourself inside the artworks. What do you see? What is Not Visible? What is Not Invisible? What is Not Visible is Not Invisible? Can you feel the intangible, the emotions and relationship with the artworks?
Visit The National Museum of Singapore and have an experiential artwork journey into the world of “What is Not Visible is Not Invisible Exhibition”. They can open up your mind, eyes, heart and soul, to relate, connect and understand relationships, the tangible versus the intangible, the abstract between the organic, structured and finally the visible and invisible in our world.
If you a fan of the Biennale, the What is Not Visible is Not Invisible Exhibition fits in perfectly for the upcoming Singapore Biennale 2016. Don’t miss it!
What is Not Visible is Not Invisible Exhibition
- Location: Exhibition Galleries, Basement, The National Museum of Singapore
- Period: 7th October 2016 to 19th February 2017
- Opening Hours: 10am to 7pm (from 1pm on Thursdays)
- Fees: Free admission for Singaporeans, Permanent Residents and visitors aged 6 years and below
Admission Charges (Source: The National Museum of Singapore website)
|Citizens & Permanent
(Please present your identification card)
|Non-Citizens & Non-Permanent
|Special Access (Adult/Senior/Student)||Free||$4|
|SIA-Krisflyer Special Rate||Free||$6|
*NTUC Cardholders: Present your membership or credit card at the Visitor Services counter to enjoy special admission privileges.
1 Valid proof of identity must be presented at the Visitor Services counter. Terms and conditions apply.
2Applies to non-Singaporean and non-Permanent Resident students from the following types of schools:
- Govt Aided Schools / Singapore Universities: eg. NAFA, LaSalle, SOTA, Sports School, NUS, NTU, SMU, SUTD
- Independent Local Schools: eg. Hwa Chong School Int’l, NUS High
- Private Schools and other non-member International Schools in Singapore: eg. Kaplan, MDIS, SIM, LaSalle International
- Students from Overseas Schools
A valid School Pass/ID must be presented to enjoy concession price.
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