“To cultivate and celebrate radical cultural influences”

introducing

“SINGAPORE
SLING”

group show

introducing

“SINGAPORE
SLING”

group show

the work of

PATRIK
WALLNER

the work of

PATRIK
WALLNER

where and when

March 12TH
11am-8pm

Naumi hotel, 41 Seah St,
Singapore 188396

ABOUT THE SHOW:

Unlike Hunter S. Thompson who was only drinking Singapore Slings, we as a gallery will be performing one.
We have ventured down south to our cousin city of Singapore to host our first international stand alone exhibition!
We know what you are thinking… Singapore and Hong Kong kind of hate each other, right?…. We choose to believe we have a firm rivalry, rather than hatred for one another… besides hate is a strong word, my love.
Although this rivalry exists, we have found that Singapore, like Hong Kong, tends to lack the element of radical emerging artists being able to showcase their artwork in an approachable fashion. Through our discovery, we have leaped into the void, and will host a one day show entitled Singapore Sling at Naumi Hotel on March 12th.
Our goal is to not only show Singapore some of the artists we are lucky enough to work with in Hong Kong, but to also discover some of the radical emerging artists Singapore has to offer.
Is there synergy between the two? I guess there is only one way to find out, and that will be on March 12th.
See you there, uncle.

ABOUT THE SHOW:

Unlike Hunter S. Thompson who was only drinking Singapore Slings, we as a gallery will be performing one.
We have ventured down south to our cousin city of Singapore to host our first international stand alone exhibition!
We know what you are thinking… Singapore and Hong Kong kind of hate each other, right?…. We choose to believe we have a firm rivalry, rather than hatred for one another… besides hate is a strong word, my love.
Although this rivalry exists, we have found that Singapore, like Hong Kong, tends to lack the element of radical emerging artists being able to showcase their artwork in an approachable fashion. Through our discovery, we have leaped into the void, and will host a one day show entitled Singapore Sling at Naumi Hotel on March 12th.
Our goal is to not only show Singapore some of the artists we are lucky enough to work with in Hong Kong, but to also discover some of the radical emerging artists Singapore has to offer.
Is there synergy between the two? I guess there is only one way to find out, and that will be on March 12th.
See you there, uncle.

SINGAPORE SLING

March 12th, 2022

Naumi Hotel,
41 Seah St, Singapore 188396

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