resettled in sydney after a lengthy residency in manila, artist tony twigg  wields a multidisciplinary practice, but has become best known for his abstract sculptures crafted from found timber. a visual arts graduate from the college of fine arts in sydney, twigg has had over 40 solo exhibitions in australia, southeast asia, and also stateside, and his work is included in various museum collections. the artist now returns to taksu gallery in singapore for a fourth solo exhibition, entitled manifesto. opening on thu – jun 2 [6.30pm-10pm], the show presents a series of timber sculptures that represents an introspective reflection of sorts on his creative output so far, exploring new insights and possibilities to advance to the next level along the way. location: 43 jalan merah saga [holland village].