the art of the matter
Went to Art Stage on Saturday and was really blown away by the artwork.
I never used to like contemporary art because I thought it was never beautiful in the way that classic art is (is it even called classic art?), but I think it’s slowly growing on me. Most of all because contemporary art is very relevant to the issues we face today and makes you think about things…about equality and democracy and repression and free speech and femininity and sexuality and objectivity – heavy stuff, very in your face at times, but so interesting! Ah, don’t know if that made sense, I’m no academic, maybe I should take a class and learn more about this.
Alas, we tried to find the naked man but was told that he was no longer showing…geddit geddit showing? Heheh.
On another note, I blogged about the Pompeii exhibition on yesterday.sg, do give my first post a read if you could! Admission is free
from now till it ends on Jan 23rd from Friday to Sunday, so go go go if you haven’t! And since, we’re at it, I guess this would be a perfect time to let you know officially that I’m working at the National Heritage Board now, so once in awhile I’ll talk about our exhibitions and museum events, hope that’ll be of interest to you! (: