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Eugene Soh

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Eugene Soh a.k.a. DUDE (b. 1987) is a computer programming genius who accidentally became an artist when his photographic piece, contextualizing Da Vinci’s Last Supper in a local hawker centre setting, surfaced on social media. That discovery, with its tongue-in-cheek commentary on contemporary life in Singapore, catapulted him into the art world. He has since been a full time artist who codes really well. This is his blog.

Dude Shirt

Presenting my very own DUDE SHIRT! I've been looking everywhere for a soft grey T-shirt to make my first shirt with. I was really particular in my search. The T-shirt had to fulfil 3 strict dude criterias. Softness: I hate rough shirts, they get so scratchy! I wanted a shirt I could wear everywhere and also to be comfortable to even...
Last year I exhibited two different types of work at both Singapore Art Museum and the National Museum. It was a really big deal for me though I realized I didn't blog about them at all! So here are photos from each them. Singapore Art Museum - Sensorium 360 I had the good fortune of exhibiting my Installation, The Overview Installation,...
I am thrilled to announce that my second solo art exhibition opens this Thursday, 7pm at Chan Hampe Galleries! Please feel free to drop by and have some wine with me... In a real and physical gallery this time   Eugene Soh Sunday Afternoon on the Island of Singapore (2014) Diasec print 120 x 80 cm Edition of 5 Renaissance City solo exhibition by Eugene Soh Opening night with the...

Rwanda

*16 Jan 2015 UPDATE* Here are all four trailers I made for the full documentary. The full documentary will be screening on the 24th of February.  I just got back from Rwanda! I was sent there by the Rwandan High Commission to film a documentary there with Sports+Travel Singapore. Rwanda has come a long way since the 1994 genocide 20...
Gallery.sg was mentioned in Singapore's main local paper, The Straits Times, on the 29th of April, 2014. Proud day for the project! It was a huge article about the growing trend of art sales on the Internet. Gallery.sg is the only mentioned site that does not actually sell art. "Although unique, the presence of Gallery.sg under-scores the varied, exciting landscape of...
      Thank you Gwen Pew from TimeOut Singapore for this wonderful article on my up coming show!  In related news, I just made a facebook Event page for my gallery opening night on the 19th of April!