Black White Blinds had a special 2 days opening on 6 & 7 April 2010 at Alliance Française Art Gallery. Didier Bayle painted watercolour paintings of Singapore’s old colonial black & white houses, it’s rare now a days to see people still using watercolour as a medium in Singapore. Thumbs up to Didier Bayle for his beautiful portrayal of Singapore.


Didier Bayle and his speech


Didier Bayle giving art tour around the gallery


“mummy, don’t drool over the paintings~”

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I’m honoured to be invited by Jennifer Teo to be part of the upcoming WORK Exhibition at Post-Museum. I will be showcasing 3 of my ‘SG.Talents‘ photographs for this show and they will be up for sale too! Hope to see you there on the opening! 😉

Exhibition opening night on 24th April 2010, Saturday, 7.30pm
Post Museum is located @ 107+109 Rowell Rd
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Exhibition Synopsis:

Work is an exhibition featuring old and new artworks on career, work, labour and other related issues.

Participating artists are Chan Mei Hsien, Mike Chang, Lucy Davis, Amanda Heng, Sean Lee, Lim Kok Boon, Seelan Palay, Arron Teo, Mark Thia, Twardzik Ching Chor Leng, Vincent Twardzik and Ye Ruoshi.

Organised by Post-Museum in conjunction to Labour Day, the exhibition seeks to question our achievements and positions as working people.

Admission is free, with artworks for sale.
Opening hrs: 6-10pm (Tue-Fri), 1-10pm (Sat+Sun), closed on Mon.

Additional Info: http://www.post-museum.org/work/index.html

On 4th March 2010, Alliance Française de Singapour engaged me again to cover the opening night of Eternal Maya by Tikal Dumas. Tikal’s artworks uses a mixture of digital & traditional medium to express his representation of Maya culture through today’s perception. This mysterious aspect of Maya culture is what Tikal perceived to be his source of life in art. The opening was officiated by Mr. Olivier Caron, Ambassador of France to Singapore.


Oh no! i’m spotted 😛


I love this pic! “True Art”