[About this blog] Inspired by local soccer player Mike Lim during my rookie reporter days at Singapore Polytechnic, I set up this blog in August 2002. I feel that blogging is a novel platform to document interesting facets of my life and my thoughts on certain issues. [Email blogger] ephraim@singnet.com.sg

Saturday, September 20, 2008

[Grab your SB merchandise]
You gotta grab your exclusive Singapore Biennale merchandise before they run out (literally, like Kee Hong always says).

I tried to do a few photos to reflect certain elements of the Biennale sites in relation to the theme of Wonder.

Shots at South Beach Development:

The exclusive tote bag is available at South Beach Development and City Hall at just $6.

Then I took this shot at City Hall:

It is the Biennale exhibition short guide with the marble steps of City Hall. Get it free with every admission ticket purchased. Additional copies are available at $6 each.

There are also other stuff available such as coffee table books by Belgian artist Hans Op de Beeck. His works are architectural in nature and complement Shigeru Ban's Containart Pavilion. In the book are sketches of his past works such as Location (5), a restaurant that seems to be on a train.

Book on Op de Beeck's new work Location (6): $28

Coffee table book on Op de Beeck's style of artwork with photos and sketches of past works: $128

Seeing snow in Singapore at the Containart Pavilion while not freezing: Priceless

You wonder why. Hans Op de Beeck's work Location (6), an optical snowscape illusion can be viewed at Containart Pavilion (located behind One Marina Boulevard). Admission is, thankfully, free.


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