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Time Out says

There's a new gallery in town. Located in the newly refurbished Raffles Arcade, Art Now is a state-of-the-art gallery space, lifestyle retail store, furnishing space and members' lounge. The interior of the sophisticated gallery space was the brainchild of Milan and London based design practice Studio Milo. Inside, classical art masterpieces sit alongside contemporary furniture by Manfredi Style, as well as a curated selection of object d arts, accessories, ready to wear and other fine curios that are unique to the space.

Ahead of the gallery's opening next year, Art Now launches its first group show 'Flights of Fancy' from August 8 to November 8. The exhibition showcases the experimental nature of some of the city's brightest young creative talents, including celebrated streetwear fashion designer Amos Ananda Yeo, who will be showcasing his artisanal pieces for the very first time at the exhibition. 

Also, check out works by 10 recent graduates from Lasalle College of the Art’s Fashion Design and Visual Arts department – namely Bianca Goetz, Hamkah Latib, Kwok Minhyen, Latika Balachander, Lewis Choo, Mazri ismail, Mikhaela Ysabel Ong, Nathalie Schriber, Nurul Izzaty, and Samuel Xun. These creations range a variety of mediums spanning sculptures, installations and showpieces that merge futuristic ideas with heritage and history. So come on down to see it with your own eyes. 

Dewi Nurjuwita
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Dewi Nurjuwita

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This duo exhibition features prominent Japanese anime and manga-inspired artist Yumiko Igarashi. This marks the first occasion where original paintings will be on display in Singapore. Yumiko Igarashi, a legendary artist, has been a defining figure in the girly manga aesthetic since the 70s, renowned for her masterpiece, Candy ♡ Candy. This hallmark work features sugar-sweet and lovestruck girls that have left an enduring imprint on the public's imagination. 

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