Come 2 September, the madcap art exhibition at National Gallery Singapore comes to an end with one of the wildest parties in town
By now, if you haven’t already taken Insta-worthy pictures of your own, you would’ve seen all the hype from the Yayoi Kusama art exhibition at National Gallery Singapore. Think polka-dotted sculptures, mind-boggling paintings, and hypnotising light installations; all from the otherworldly imagination of the revered Japanese artist. If you haven’t admired it for yourself, check out our feature of the Yayoi Kusama exhibition.
But alas, all good things must come to an end, and if you haven’t taken your brooding #OOTD shot yet, this is your last chance. Come 2 September, the outrageous exhibition called “Yayoi Kusama: Life is the Heart of a Rainbow” will have its curtains closed, but it won’t be going out without a bang. Have one last exploration around the exhibition from 8pm to 10pm, then make your way to the after-party from 10pm ’til late.
Not just any after-party, the post-exhibition boogie will be hosted by none other than the quietest party-makers in town, Silent Disco Asia. If you haven’t been to any of their hush-hush shindigs, they’re known for gearing punters up with illuminated, coloured headphones, and letting them choose their own personal soundtrack spun by live DJs on-site. Feel free to shimmy all night in your polka-dotted party threads. Kusama-san would be proud.