The show will be supported by an array of public programs including an exclusive artist talk, panel discussion, film screenings, printmaking workshops and guided tours in multiple languages.
Of course, no Murakami exhibition is complete without merchandise people can own. Fans of the artist will be relieved to know they can shop at a Murakami-themed merchandise store – hopefully we don’t see these items on Carousell, but then again, what are the odds of this not happening?
Tickets to the exhibition, priced at S$8 for single entry, are available to pre-order here.
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