Preparations for Art Stage had been in full-swing and its sudden cancellation sent shockwaves through the participating artists and gallerists. Keen to support the arts and creative communities, Plot is happy to join hands with those who have been affected by this incident.
Artists Chihiro Kabata, Yuuri Kabata, Laudi Abilama and Yeo Shih Yun were to have exhibited their works in a show entitled Things Fall Together at the INSTINC booth at Art Stage 2019, in collaboration with Plural Art Mag.
The show’s title Things Fall Together has turned out to be uncannily prescient in light of the events of surrounding the Art Stage cancellation! In the show, Yeo, Abilama and the Kabata sisters come together in a profusion of emotion and exuberance underpinned by loss, longing, humour and irony. Yeo challenges and departs from preconceived notions of Warholian screen printing with her bold “screenpaintings,” while Abilama celebrates the complicated genius of Singapore’s Lee Kuan Yew. Chihiro and Yuuri Kabata, artists from Japan, explore notions of control and balance, while executing their wildly abstract works.
Private View 7pm — late, Friday, 25 January 2019
Panel Discussion with Artists and Jennifer Lam 3 — 4 pm, Saturday, 26 January 2019
Opening Party 7pm — 9 pm, Saturday, 26 January 2019
Dance Performance by Chiharu Kuronuma (Japan) 8 pm, Saturday, 26 January 2019
Daily Viewing Hours 12 pm — 8 pm, Saturday, 26 January 2019 and Sunday, 27 January 2019
View the full catalogue of artworks here.