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April 2017

Syria: A Conflict Explored

April 27 - September 3
Imperial War Museum, Lambeth Rd
London, http://www.iwm.org.uk/ SE1 6HZ United Kingdom
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The Imperial War Museum are running a series of events between April and September exploring the conflict in Syria through its origins and escalations. It will the human impact of this ongoing conflict in Syria through a season of exhibitions and events as part of their new "Conflict Now programming strand". Twitter: #SyriaExplored Events include: Sergey Ponomarev: A Lens on Syria An exhibition by award-winning Russian documentary photographer Syria: Story of a Conflict An introduction to the complex conflict in Syria Conflict…

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July 2017

Scents of Singapore, Artistic Potpourri

July 12 - September 10
Intersections, 34 Kandahar Street
Singapore, 198892 Singapore
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“Scents of Singapore, Artistic Potpourri”- A group Exhibition - July 12 - September 10 Intersections Gallery is pleased to announce a group exhibition -displaying a selection of works“Scents of Singapore, Artistic Potpourri”. The exhibition brings together artworks by a selection of nine artists using different mediums and metaphors to talk about Singapore history and identity. Contact details WEB: www.intersections.com.sg SOCIAL MEDIA: facebook.com/intersectionsartgallery TEL : + 65 97985611 SEE MAP AT BOTTOM OF ARTICLE The artists; Nicola Anthony, Eddie Botha, Kavita Issar Batra, Julayla Jallil, Hélène…

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September 2017

MYANMAR NEW WAVE Pop-Art Revisited

September 20 - November 5
Intersections, 34 Kandahar Street
Singapore, 198892 Singapore
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By Thu Myat & Wunna Aung Curated by Marie-Pierre Mol Presented by Intersections Opening Night: 19 September 2017 From 20 September to 5 November 2017 Venue: Intersections Gallery 34 Kandahar Street, Singapore 198892 Opening hours: Wed to Sun, 2 pm to 7 pm Thanks to an ancient cultural heritage, Myanmar artists have since long managed to incorporate Western elements into their visual culture while at the same time acknowledging their own traditions. During the British colonial times, Burmese artists used cartoons and comic arts…

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