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Hermès The Gift of Time Exhibition Singapore

Hello!

If you don’t already know, Hermès, the acclaimed french fashion power-house is  presenting the precious Gift of Time exhibition at Tanjong Pagar Railway Station.

Hermes Gift of Time Exhibition. Image take from RockTheTrend.com

The exhibition is curated and created by US-born artist and poet Hilton McConnico, and the series of installations will make use of its surrounds – the de-commissioned train station itself a contemplation on the passage of time – to invite viewers to explore the ways we make use of the most evanescent and valuable aspects of life: time itself.

The Gift of Time exhibition will run from August 1 to 12, 11am to 9pm daily. Admission is free. Find out more about the traveling exhibit by heading over to Hermès’ dedicated minisite. Also check out The U Cafe, a pop-up cafe in conjunction with the exhibition.

I have yet to go down for the exhibition but I plan to this weekend. This is the last weekend of the exhibition, so do go down to check it out before it’s too late!

If however you are unable to make it down for the exhibition personally, do check out Moonberry’s visually arresting blog post here.

xx

Ena

4 thoughts on “Hermès The Gift of Time Exhibition Singapore

    • Hey Moonberry, you’re welcome for the link! So nice of you to come over. 😀 I love linking to websites that bring value to my readers. I’m just about to post my review of the exhibition (haha pretty slow, I am) and my fave room is the one with the clock top! 🙂 xx

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