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.

Saint-Exupery~

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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