Even the smaller things in life can carry deep meanings.

Heaven in a Wildflower is a captivating exhibition, named after a sentence from William Blake’s Auguries of Innocence, challenging conventional notions of artistic significance tied to size. No artwork is bigger than 80cm in height and width.

What to expect at Heaven in a Wildflower?

Running from 22 March to 14 April 2024 at White Space Art Asia, the showcase features dainty artwroks of contemporary Asia.

From Jia Youfu’s striking Chinese ink strokes on rice paper to Akio Harada’s exploration of emotions through animal depictions, the diverse artworks bridge Eastern and Western miniature paintings.

Meanwhile, Zhang Wen’s simple yet profound brushstrokes convey childhood innocence, and Akio Harada immortalises human emotions in animal shapes. Transiting to 3D forms, Larry Mclaughlin contributes delicate animal sculptures, while Taufiq.HT reimagines Western miniatures on hand-carved woods.

The exhibition is a vibrant medley, blending past and present artistic expressions.

Admission is free.

Heaven in a Wildflower

Date: 22 March-14 April 2024

Location: 1H Yong Siak Street, S168641
Opening hours: 10am-7pm

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