CK Koh’s solo exhibition features 20 recent oil works that have been inspired by popular culture and Japanese anime. Lots of fun, as Koh has depicted superheroes and characters from well-known Japanese cartoons with a local twist. For a good giggle, look out for this one particular work called ‘Horny Daddy’ – Ultraman’s big belly threatening to spill out of his sarong will have the sides of your mouth curling up in no time. The theme that permeates throughout the exhibition is the compelling message of good versus evil, and to do your own good deed, get one of the 50 limited edition hand-painted prints that will be sold in conjunction with the exhibition. They pay homage to the Fukushima heroes who risked their lives in this year’s nuclear power plant crisis, and proceeds from sales of these prints go to the victims in Japan.