The Crime Was Almost Perfect

The Crime Was Almost Perfect

Opening: 24 January (5 – 8 PM)
‘The Crime was Almost Perfect’ is an exhibition that invokes the spirits of visual art, architecture, cinema, criminology and the modern crime genre, presenting contemporary artists who cross the bridge of art and the aesthetics of crime.

WdW Review

WdW Review

Building on its long history of framing and instigating debate, Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art presents WdW Review, a new online platform aimed at informing our ever-expanding spheres of action in an age of constant reformations be they aesthetic, geographic, economic, communal, ecological, and even spiritual. This project seeks to foster a new collegium of knowledge partners in a purpose-built infrastructure so as to address how the world is shaped today as a consequence, or in spite of national, international, and other group ideologies.

Moderation(s) by Heman Chong
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Moderation(s) by Heman Chong

Moderation(s) brings together an international group of artists, curators, and writers who will participate in a year-long program of contemporary discourse and production between Witte de With and Spring Workshop. Within this framework, Witte de With invited Heman Chong, a Singaporean artist, curator, and writer, to steer the program which will involve more than fifty artists and engender a conference, three exhibitions, three residencies and a book of short stories.