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2016.10.03 Mon, by

National Gallery Singapore unveils “Artist and Empire: (En)countering Colonial Legacies” in first-ever collaboration with Tate

Art and history come alive as National Gallery Singapore unveils its much-anticipated "Artist and Empire" exhibition at the Singtel Special Exhibition Gallery. >> Read more
2016.01.13 Wed, by

A Painter of the Empire — Su Meng-Hung Solo Exhibition

A Painter of the Empire" is never a historical referent. On the contrary, the term pertains directly to every contemporary artist; it coexists with history. >> Read more
2015.11.04 Wed, by

MONUMENTA 2016—Huang Yong Ping—Empires

Since 2007, Monumenta has invited an artist with an international reputation to take on the Nave of the Grand Palais, an immense 13,500m2 glass dome, 35-metres high. Anselm Kiefer, Richard Serra, Christian Boltanski, Anish Kapoor, Daniel Buren, Ilya and Emilia Kabakov have all succeeded one another in tackling this challenge. >> Read more
2014.10.19 Sun, by

‘Fragments of Empires’ Opening Weekend

"Fragments of Empires" is an exhibition of contemporary art that addresses issues of memory, identity and the impact of migration through three different time-based media: sound, film and photography. >> Read more
2014.10.18 Sat, by

Fragments of Empires

"Fragments of Empires" is an exhibition of contemporary art that addresses issues of memory, identity and the impact of migration through three different time-based media: sound, film and photography. Throughout the exhibition ‘fragments of empires’ are revealed through the notion of ‘object memories’ as artists examine how objects, and associations related to them, have been transferred and re-imprinted through historical processes of colonisation and migration, moving in this way from one culture to another. >> Read more
2013.02.19 Tue, by

Empire of the Ants

Human beings are evolving, fighting to survive. With the ability to expand their empires like ants, humans behave as aggressively as a virus like the vast societies we live in. Pu Jie juxtaposes seemingly contrasting narratives and memories as an attempt to show the fragmentary, ever-shifting and therefore incoherent nature of life. Pu Jie, born […] >> Read more
2019.06.05 Wed, by

Glenn Barkley
doyouremembermylove
Sullivan+Strumpf

doyouremembermylove is Glenn Barkley’s first solo exhibition in Singapore featuring new ceramics and collages that, >> Read more
2019.04.11 Thu, by

Ryan Gander: Some Other Life
Esther Schipper

On the occasion of Gallery Weekend 2019, Esther Schipper is pleased to present Ryan Gander’s second solo exhibition with the gallery. >> Read more
2019.03.09 Sat, by

An Opera for Animals
Para Site

"Opera" has been used as the name to describe various traditions of performance, >> Read more
2019.01.24 Thu, by

Qu Leilei, ECHOES
3812 Gallery
London, Hong Kong

As we enter into 2019, we face an important year for 3812 Gallery and for Asian art enterprises. >> Read more

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