Chin-Chin Art Exhibition is causing quite the stir in Little India and on social media. The cheeky, free dick-themed exhibition by Japanese visual artist Yui Ozaki takes a hilarious approach to exploring queer culture and gender issues at 7879 Gallery & Clayworks in Singapore.
Chin-Chin Art Exhibition
The first-of-its-kind, penis-themed exhibition features a range of colourful gender organs, as installations, to explore deeper meanings.
Be greeted by a huge 7-foot tall Chin Chin (slang for penis in Japanese), pose with penis hats and vaginas, relax on ball bean bags, walk under clouds, and discover hidden messages inside hanging penises on the ceiling. Certainly, this ig-worthy exhibition challenges social norms and invites visitors to jump out of their comfort zone.
Plus, there’s naughty wall portraits to admire and you can try to win dick-shaped pins at a Japanese vending machine. No doubt you’ll be giggling your way through this exhibition.
Ozaki is known for curating playful exhibitions that blend her Japanese heritage and westernized life in Europe. Hence why penises are a recurring theme in her work, like a recent famous exhibition in Prague called Memories of Dicks.
Although, we do warn passerbys’ to keep their children’s eyes closes because it resembles a child-like space, and kids will be dying to go inside.
Very Small Exhibition represents Yui Ozaki. The Chin-Chin Art Exhibition opens daily at 7879 Gallery & Clayworks from 1pm to 8pm. However, it finishes on May 2 so you better run.
📍 105 Desker Rd, #01-01, Singapore 209627
Featured pictures taken and provided to us by Belinda Tan. Big thank you!