SINGAPORE - More than 100 internationally acclaimed artists from Africa and Asia are set to exhibit their works during this year’s Singapore Art Week.

The exhibition — presented by Singaporean non-profit The Institutum — will include paintings, photography, sculpture, textiles, video, and performance art.

It is set to run between Jan. 18-24 across six venues. Organizers of the exhibition, titled “Translations: Afro-Asian Poetics,” said they aim to celebrate ties between African and Asian diaspora cultures.

“We seek to illuminate the threads that weave us together as people, transcending linguistic and cultural barriers,” exhibition curator Dr. Zoé Whitley said.