Kult Gallery’s The $200 Show wants to prove that you don’t need to drop a load of cash for art.
Kult Gallery subverts snooty art shows by selling art pieces for S$200 or less in its upcoming exhibition, The $200 Show: Actually Affordable Art.
The exhibition will showcase a number of pieces from the gallery’s archives, including original Kult pieces, silkscreen and risograph prints, art on vinyl and resin-cast sculptures from notable Singaporean and international artists.
Participating artists include Kimiaki Yaegashi, Taj Tenfold, Eric Foenander and Russell Taysom.
Check out some of the artwork available for sale below:
You have the Gallery’s word that the exhibition won’t turn out to be some stuffy affair. In a press release, its curators promise “a lowbrow atmosphere that proves art too is entertainment, meant to be experienced and enjoyed by everyone.”
Kult Gallery will also be selling its in-house art publication, Kult Magazine, at S$20 for any 3 issues (usually priced at S$8 per issue).
The $200 Show exhibition will be launched on two dates, Thursday, April 6, and Friday, April 7, from 11am to 10pm. Those who visit the exhibition on April 6 and 7 can enjoy drinks at happy hour prices at Kult Kafe next door, from 5pm onward.
The $200 Show: Actually Affordable Art
Date: 6 April – 22 May 2017
Time: 11am – 10pm on April 6 and 7. Thereafter, Mondays to Fridays: 11am – 7pm; Saturday: 2pm – 7pm. Closed on Sundays.
Venue: Kult Gallery (11 Upper Wilkie Rd, Block C2-5)
More information on the exhibition here.
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