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Surveys on Singapore’s art history such as Kwok Kian Chow’s Channels and Confluences – A History of Singapore Art .
Surveys on Singapore’s art history such as Kwok Kian Chow’s Channels and Confluences – A History of Singapore Art ; 1996 Singapore Art Museum, focused on painting and sculpture and do not inform much on performance art. It is only mentioned in passing that Tang Da Wu and artists from The Artists Village such as Vincent Leow, Zai Kuning, Amanda Heng as well as S. Chandrasekaran as part of Trimurti, were also practicing performance ar. Since 1994, the most consistently published writer on Singapore’s contemporary art is Lee Weng Choy, Critic and Co-Artistic Director of The Substation, Singapore.
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Author: Kwok, Kian Chow; Format: Book; 159 p. : col. ill.
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From Channel & Confluences: A History of Singapore Art (pp. 56-57) by. .Channels and confluences: a history of Singapore art. Singapore: Singapore Art Museum. 56-57) by Kian Chow Kwok, 1996, Singapore: Singapore Art Museum. Download full-text PDF. Content uploaded by Sittithep Eaksittipong. exploration of arts, it also presents how the transnational forces were nationalized in creating national arts. Besides this macro perspective, the life of Liu Kang, a founder of so-called Nanyang Art, is a focus of this. article as his status has been elevated to one of Singapore cultural icons.
That contemporary art in Singapore is critical, playful, irreverent, and even sexy.
Kwok, Kian Chow (1996). National Heritage Board (1998). Singapore : journey into nationhood. Singapore: Landmark Books. Channels & confluences : a history of Singapore art. Singapore: National Heritage Board; Singapore Art Museum. Sabapathy, T. Koay, Susie (1996). Modernity and beyond : themes in Southeast Asian art. Singapore Art Museum.
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