Avid lovers of fine arts are in for a treat. Auguries of Modern Innocence features a dystopian remake of a classic poem.
On exhibit from now until 1 April 2018, The Arts House will showcase the work of 11 artists — 10 of whom are masters of modern arts; and the other is the poet who sired Auguries of Innocence, William Blake.
Auguries of Innocence is a poem, which contains various paradoxes about innocence and evil. Artworks in the exhibition present the age-old poem in a new light, taking the classic to the future.
Some works also have satirical nuances, which are sure to keep you interested.
Artists showcased in the exhibition include Dan Wong, Russell Ong, and Wu Yanrong. The combination of graphics and comic illustrators will definitely leave a lasting impression.
The time left to enjoy this exhibition is ticking though, so hurry down to The Arts House to get a glimpse of the future before it’s too late.
Dates & Times: Now until 1 April 2018, 10am – 10pm
Price: Admission is free
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