We, Zarathustra the Cat, are happy to announce that We shall bring Our art to South-East! The first Fat Cat Art solo show in Asia, “Meows at Museum”, will be held from October 6 to 30, 2016, at the Fullerton Hotel Singapore, East Garden Foyer.
Singapore’s gallery Art Porters and Our humble artist-assistant Svetlana Petrova will present Our 20 collectible limited editions multi-media creations, including true versions of famous masterpieces by Leonardo, Van Gogh, Degas, Monet, Klimt and Vermeer, as well as National Gallery Singapore’s famous Epic Poem of Malaya by Chua Mia Tee.
Now We are revealing the true version of the Singapore iconic artwork by Chua Mia Tee, which was hidden since 1955, when it was too early to tell the truth about the role of Internet cats in the spread of knowledge.
One can see at the painting how a huge Internet cat brings to the human leader the history of art in memes, and a little paparazzi-cat in the front of the painting immediately takes a picture of this epic moment and spreads the information further in a kind of Fibonacci sequence, making from the national event an international meme.
Just compare the common version of the painting from the National Gallery Singapore, with the true one:
You will see immediately what version is more epic in the modern Internet meaning of the word!
Do you still doubt that this version exhists in real life?
Here it is framed and ready to be present at the show:
Please come to Fullerton Hotel Singapore, from 6 to 30 October to see the painting live and even to became a happy collector!
Don’t hesitate to contact Art Porters gallery to know more!
And remember: 10% of the sales proceeds of each artwork will contribute to supporting the Cat Welfare Society Singapore!
Thus speaks Zarathustra the Cat