Thursday 14 May 2015

The Little Prince In The Dark at Alliance Française de Singapour

  The exhibition is by Arnaud Nazare-Aga and the Antoine de Saint-Exupery Youth Foundation. The exhibition pays homage to the ever-famous and beloved book, "The Little Prince". Arnaud faithfully recreates multiple white sculptures of various characters and planets from the book. Those sculptures are exhibited in a dark room lit with black light, and audio readings of extracts from the book are added to complete the experience.

A little poster regarding the exhibition displayed at the lobby.
The exhibition space is on the second floor.


Here's just one of the many sculptures exhibited in the hall.
The blue hue of the sculptures are from the black lights illuminating the space.

A sculpture of the Little Prince in a sandbox to recreate the scene where he meets the protagonist.
"If you please– draw me a sheep."

And here's a selfie of me and the Little Prince.
(It's very rare that I post pictures of myself, isn't it..? I'm quite sure very few of you actually know how I looked like before you saw this picture.)

  The exhibition is a wonderful visual-audio experience. If you're as much of a fan of the book as I am, I highly recommend popping down to take a look.

  The exhibition is currently being held at Alliance française de Singapour, 1 Sarkies Road, Singapore 258130.  Telephone: + (65) 6737 8422

You can visit the exhibition space from now until 20th June 2015. The exhibition opens between the following timings:
Mon – Fri: 11am – 7pm
Sat: 11am – 5pm
Closed on Sunday and Public Holidays

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