Less is MoreVisitors see an installation by Japanese artist Tatsuo Miyajima titled "Mega Death" as part of the exhibition "Minimalism: Space, Light, Object"at the National Gallery in Singapore.The exhibition features over 150 works dealing with the history and heritage of the art movement "Minimalism" and runs from November 16, 2018 to April 14, 2019.POTD 20181129 | Photography Suhaimi Abdullah PROFILE | National Gallery Singapore PICTURE OF THE DAY Grounded Globalization Grounded Globalization Taking to the sky, aerial photographer - Tom Hegen - used his vantage point to document the Cadillac Ranch Cadillac Ranch Cadillac Ranch is a public art installation and sculpture in Amarillo, Texas, USA. It was created in Gotcha Gotcha Two women facing security camera above mounted on structure. Photography by Matthew Henry Spike It Spike It In the coastal city of Nha Trang, Vietnam, beach volleyball players appear to fly through the air Masked Dancer Pray For World Peace A masked dancer performs at a festival in Kathmandu, Nepal. The festival, held at a 67 Years 67 Years Joan and Carl sit in front of family photographs that decorate the home they've owned for 54 Sixth Mass Extinction Sixth Mass Extinction At London's Natural History Museum, demonstrators from the 'climate emergency' protest group Extinction Rebellion stage a Two Buddies Two Buddies David Tycho | Canada Two budding artists studying the work of Canadian indigenous artist Norval Morrisseau, at Ice Cutters Ice Cutters In preparation for the Harbin ice and snow festival, workers use a machine to cut large blocks Butlin’s Holiday Camp: British Summer Nostalgia Butlin's Holiday Camp: British Summer Nostalgia Glamorous grandmother competitions and amusement arcades are the foundation of Billy Butlin’s vision The Longest Dragon The Longest Dragon Rowers try to break the Guinness world record for the longest dragon boat during an event Another Place Another Place Merseyside, UK | A sculpture piece made in 1997 by British artist, Sir Antony Gormley. Located at Crosby Dis-Assemblage Dis-Assemblage Damián Ortega's Cosmic Thing, 2002 is without a doubt one of his most celebrated works, in which he Millions of Tulips Without Any Tourists Millions of Tulips Without Any Tourists Holland's Keukenhof Gardens fill with millions of tulips each year for the Tulip Montain Morning Mountain Morning A photographer prepares his camera at the top of Mount Daisen in Tottori Prefecture, Japan. Photographer Takashi MORE POTD PIC OF THE DAY Chair Lift Star Gazing Masked Dancer Between the Lines Unusual Location Against Grey Tristesse Worship of the Gods Plastic Waste Whale Breaches in Bruges Social Distancing and the Sunshine in England Grounded Globalization Millions of Tulips Without Any Tourists Butlin’s Holiday Camp: British Summer Nostalgia Shredded Masterpiece: Getting Bansky-ed SEE MORE Share Posted in Picture of the Day and tagged Installation, Singapore.