Date: 2 April to 31 August 2021
Venue: Levels 9 and 10 Foyer, Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre
Letter writer [Image courtesy of Quek Hong Shin]
Take a journey through time, and discover the cultural icons that defined Singapore before it became the bustling metropolis of today. Through the Eyes of a Child: Art by Quek Hong Shin captures the vanishing collective memories from a time when coconut trees towered over attap houses, and children played in the busy back-alleys of old Chinatown.
Toa Payoh Park [Image courtesy of Quek Hong Shin]
The exhibition features the people and places inspired by Hong Shin while he was growing up in the 1980s. It includes 14 artworks from his popular book series’: The Amazing Sarong, The Incredible Basket, The Brilliant Oil Lamp and The Marvellous Sugee Cake, along with new illustrations created specially for this showcase.
Admission is free.
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