Confronting the ongoing state of transformation that characterizes their native Singapore, two artists exhibiting at a new exhibition, "Welcome to the Jungle," adopt quite different approaches and media. Francis Ng in "Constructing Construction #1" turns his camera on an unfinished section of an ugly new highway, a speeding bus whizzing by. Hong Sek Chern, meanwhile, applies Chinese ink to traditional rice paper to map out a multiple-faceted view of the country's public-housing apartments in "Constructing Old and New."

The two different interpretations of the urban sprawl fit the theme taken up by Yokohama Museum of Art for its latest exhibition, where "jungle," relates to concrete as much as it does to foliage.

All the works on display are on loan from the collection of the Singapore Art Museum, but the exhibition reflects a commitment to the contemporary art of the whole of Southeast Asia with a selection of works by a total of 28 artists from across the region.