Robb Re­port Malaysia presents this month’s most aes­thet­i­cally pleas­ing picks for your view­ing plea­sure.

Robb Report (Malaysia) - - Agenda - By SASHA GON­ZA­LES Im­press­ing the Czar photo IAN WHALEN


In its sec­ond year, this is a key event of Sin­ga­pore Art Week. The ex­hi­bi­tion show­cases ac­ces­si­ble and col­lectable works by a range of artists rep­re­sented by over 90 gal­leries. On dis­play are orig­i­nal paint­ings, limited edi­tions, sculp­tures and pho­to­graphs. Ex­hibitors in­clude Artre­dot, Maya Gallery and Ut­terly Art from Sin­ga­pore, The Dragon Year Gallery and Ling Art from China, and Gallery Miz from South Korea. Where: Sun­tec Sin­ga­pore Con­ven­tion & Ex­hi­bi­tion Cen­tre When: 19 - 22 Jan Tick­ets: From S$25 (RM77)


This flag­ship art fair of South-east Asia presents the di­ver­sity of con­tem­po­rary art by artists in the re­gion. This year, vis­i­tors can look for­ward to ex­hibitors like Art Porters and Gnani Arts from Sin­ga­pore, Ju­liana Gallery from Seoul, Ko­dama Gallery from Tokyo, G13 Gallery from Kuala Lumpur, Blink Gallery from Hong Kong, and Galerie Ovo from Taipei. Where: Ma­rina Bay Sands Expo and Con­ven­tion Cen­tre When: 12 - 15 Jan Tick­ets: From S$26 (RM81)


This epic four-part per­for­mance by the Dres­den Sem­per­oper Bal­let is one of chore­og­ra­pher Wil­liam Forsythe’s best-known works. First per­formed in 1988, it spans the his­tory of dance, from the Re­nais­sance to the present day. This is Dres­den Sem­per­oper Bal­let’s first visit to the Paris Opera. Com­prised of some 60 dancers, the com­pany is di­rected by Aaron S Watkin, a for­mer dancer of the Frank­furt Bal­let. Where: Palais Garnier, Paris When: 4 - 8 Jan Tick­ets: From €50 (RM233)


This auc­tion presents West­ern and Asian mod­ern, con­tem­po­rary and de­sign art­works, pho­to­graphs and rare artist- de­signed jewellery. Spe­cial guest, French de­signer Guy de Rouge­mont will present a se­lec­tion of his sig­na­ture de­sign pieces. An un­ti­tled work by Amer­i­can artist and so­cial ac­tivist Keith Har­ing is ex­pected to fetch be­tween HK$1.8 mil­lion (RM1.04 mil­lion) and HK$2.8 mil­lion. Where: Sotheby’s, Hong Kong When: 19 Jan Tick­ets: Free

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