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Let art relax you: Some museums here have angled offerings on the themes of self-care, mindfulness

By Olivia Ho / The Straits Times

Jose Tence Ruiz's The Continuing Captivity of Kiko-who-runs-on-batteries (left) and Tan Choo Kuan's Deep Forest. PHOTOS: NATIONAL GALLERY SINGAPORE

SINGAPORE - "Let go of everything around you and focus on this artwork." This is the refrain that runs through the National Gallery Singapore's Slow Art programme, which applies the principles of mindfulness to art appreciation.This is no snap and dash - here, you can stare at a single work of art for half an hour.

Read the full article here: Originally published on The Straits Times on 18 August 2020

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