Faris Heizer Singaporean, b. 1998
A Singaporean painter, Muhammad Faris Bin Heizer or Faris Heizer attained his Diploma in Fine Arts at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts. In 2019. He has taken part in in several group exhibitions including “Raw Forms”, “Diptych” and under the collective, The Right Belief in “Orthodox” at Coda Culture, Singapore. The following year, he was featured at the “Coda Culture Opening Party Show”.
Faris paints the metanarratives of the caricatured figures in the state of pain, despair, and hopelessness. These characters exist in an abject reality ruled by their own logics, appropriated from various fictional novels and cartoon shows.
2020 New Beginnings, Group Exhibition, Cuturi Gallery, Singapore
Shoe Shufflers, Solo Exhibition, Coda Culture, Singapore
Coda Culture opening party show, Coda Culture, Singapore
2019 Diptych, Coda Culture, Singapore
Raw Forms, Coda Culture, Singapore
Orthodox - A two part exhibition, Coda Culture, Singapore
2018 The Grad Expectations 18, Ngee Ann Kongsi Galleries 1 & 2, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Singapore
Where is The Line? Reframing, Cheo chai Hiang's Residency, Group Exhibition , On-Air Gallery, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Singapore
Ribut Reboot, Group Exhibition, Sangkring Art Project, Yogyakarta
Flagship Genius, Angkor Wat II, Ngee Ann Kongsi Gallery, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Singapore
New BeginningsGroup Exhibition 17 Oct - 5 Nov 2020 ExhibitionsCuturi Gallery is delighted to present its first group exhibition in its brand-new home at 61 Aliwal Street. The new gallery is nestled in a conservation shophouse of 400 sqm, standing in Singapore’s vibrant arts and cultural precinct of Bras Basah.Bugis , home to a myriad of independent art spaces...
Humiliating the Ego: Faris HeizerAdeline Chia, ArtReview, December 16, 2020
Arts Picks: Venice Biennale exhibition comes home, SAtheCollective's web performance series, and moreToh Wen Li, The Straits Time, October 22, 2020
Cuturi Gallery Moves Into a Restored Shophouse in Kampong GelamDewi Nurjuwita, TimeOut, October 20, 2020