Colours aplenty at National Gallery

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TEXT: AJ LEOW
TEXT: HOMETEAMNS/ ©YAYOI KUSAMA COURTESY OF OTA FINE ARTS

A riot of colours featuring 120 paintings, sculptures, videos and installations by iconic Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama greeted HomeTeamNS members and their families at the National Gallery on National Day.

“Kusama’s exhibits were expressive, full of vibrant colours and appealing to all ages,” said LTC (NS) Sim Meng San. Wendy Toh, wife of DSP (NS) Tan Pheng Soon, said their kids enjoyed Kusama’s art exhibits tremendously. She added: “The buffet dinner was also awesome. It was so thoughtful of HomeTeamNS to think of filling up our bellies before the big fireworks show!”

SUPT (NS) Nicholas Phua enjoyed catching up with long-lost NS buddies. “We reminisced about old times while our children took part in the fringe activities. Watching the fireworks display up close was definitely the highlight for us,” he said.

SUPT (NS) Nicholas Phua enjoyed catching up with long-lost NS buddies. “We reminisced about old times while our children took part in the fringe activities. Watching the fireworks display up close was definitely the highlight for us,” he said.

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