WHAT’S ON THIS WEEKEND? (5 – 7 JAN 2018)

Published on 4 January 2018

By MELANIE LEE

CALL ME BY YOUR NAME

Selected dates from 6 Jan – 17 Jan 2018
The Projector (Golden Mile Tower, Level 5)

If you missed out on watching the sold-out screenings of “Call Me by Your Name” at last year’s Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF), there’s still have a chance to catch it at The Projector this month. This coming-of-age love story has been nominated for three Golden Globe nominations including Best Picture (Drama), Best Actor (Drama), and Best Supporting Actor. “Call Me by Your Name”, directed by Luca Guadagnino and written by James Ivory, is based on the novel by André Aciman.

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COME TO LIGHT

Till Sun, 14 Jan 2018
Element Art Space (22 Lock Road, Gillman Barracks)

Indonesian artist Arkiv Vilmansa explores the interaction of colours, shadows, and light with these works. The use of light here emphasises his reflections on life, re-mapping his relationship with his Creator as a never-ending journey to reach ‘light’ and eternal goodness. Vilmansa has exhibited his art around the world including USA, Japan, France and Taiwan. This is his third solo exhibition in Singapore.

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DAVID LACHAPELLE: SCAPES

Till Sun 25 Feb 2018
Pearl Lam Galleries Singapore (15 Dempsey Road)

Don’t miss the change to catch the exclusive exhibition “SCAPEs” by acclaimed American photographer David LaChapelle, who is best known for his hyper-realistic and surrealistic portraitures and landscapes. Pearl Lam Galleries will be presenting selected works from “New World”, LaChapelle’s latest photographic series. At the same time, there will be featured works that chart LaChapelle’s thirty-year career, showcasing his early editorial projects and his progressive return to fine art.

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MISSING: THE CITY OF LOST THINGS

Selected dates/times from 6 – 28 Jan 2018
Drama Box (14A-C Trengganu Street)

Instead of watching others’ stories on a stage, this participatory production conceptualised by Han Xuemei (in collaboration with Darren Ng, Jean Tay and Neo Hai Bin) takes you on an internal journey within yourself to re-encounter a lost connection in your life. Over four weekend sessions that take place at Drama Box’s headquarters, participants will take part in “Missing: The City of Lost Things” by following a series of instructions sent by text message. Step out of your comfort zone and see where this journey takes you!

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SSO SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT: MAHLER 7

Sat, 6 Jan 2019, 7.30pm – 9.30pm
Esplanade Concert Hall

The Singapore Symphony Orchestra (SSO) will be performing the evocative Seventh Symphony in E minor by Austrian composer Gustav Mahler under the conductorship of Lan Shui. This symphony, which is sometimes referred to as “Song of the Night”, is known for its vivid array of contrasting instrumental range, orchestra colour and moods. It explores the night in a myriad of forms from moonlit dreamscapes to grotesque nightmares, culminating in a finale of daylight.

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