1. View never before seen treasures at Salvador Dali & Pierre Argillet: 30 Years of Collaboration
The Redsea Gallery presents “Salvador Dali & Pierre Argillet: Thirty Years of Collaboration,” an exhibition that not only boasts a unique anthology of works by the iconic surrealist artist, but rare and rarefied porcelain plates and tapestries like the Argus, which is considered one of the most extraordinary pieces of the collection, never before seen in Singapore.
Till 5 October, at Redsea Gallery
2. Get into the art of photography at the Leica “Days Of Inspiration” exhibition
Life’s best teacher is experience, and the second, experts. Learn from award-winning photographers at the Leica “Days Of Inspiration” exhibition, which will feature some of their best works including the debut of Tim Page’s series, 21, as well as workshops and educational talks.
From 1 to 4 October at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands
3. Journey to the North Of The DMZ
Every year a select few (journalists) have the honour of documenting the realities of North Korea—under the strict supervision by the DPRK government, of course. Gain a different perspective on the country’s daily life and political state through “North of the DMZ“, an exhibition lensed and curated by Wong Maye-E.
Till 15 October at Chapel Gallery, Objectifs
4. Cultivate good vibes at the Soulscape Festival
Re-energize your soul with positivity this weekend at Soulscape festival. Think, 12 hours of yoga, from AcroYoga to Kundalini; capoeira sessions to get your cardio on; and spots of mindful meditation; combined with lots of fun under the sun. Just remember to re-apply your SPF throughout the day!
1 October at Tanjong Beach, Sentosa
5. Explore the urban city at Archifest 2016
Engage in and explore the essence of Singapore’s urban surroundings through guided tours and workshops organised by the Singapore Institute of Architects. For the 10th anniversary, the festival aims to encourage city dwellers, like ourselves to pause and “exhale” the rapid pace of life whilst discovering new grounds.
Till 9 October at various locations
By Dana Koh and Desiree Liew