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Interviews, 2014.03.21 Fri, by

The Committed Artist: Han Sai Por

Han Sai Por is a Singaporean artist born in 1943. Having studied abroad, she returned to Singapore in 1983, and has since become an internationally-acclaimed artist—particularly for her stone sculptures based on natural forms.
 
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Interviews, 2014.01.14 Tue, by

Han Sai Por: Moving Forest

Han Sai Por (b. 1943) is a leading Asian sculptor and Singapore Cultural Medallion recipient. Celebrated for her works in stone, her accolades include the Grand Prize at the Triennale-India 2005 and Outstanding Sculpture Award, China in 2006. >> Read more
Interviews, 2020.06.16 Tue, by

Simon Mordant
Contemporary Collector, Modern Philanthropist

Simon Mordant is one of Australia’s most prolific art collectors and philanthropists. As chair of Australia’s Museum of Contemporary Art and as Australia’s past Venice Biennale Pavilion Commissioner, Mordant has been one of the major forces driving modernization of Australia’s visual arts scene. >> Read more
Interviews, 2020.05.28 Thu, by

Eyes on the Prize: The Inaugural 2020 Sigg Prize
Interview with Uli Sigg, Suhanya Raffel, M+ Director, and winner Samson Young

A prize is always as much about the giver as the receiver. This year’s inaugural Sigg Prize, successor to the esteemed Chinese Contemporary Art Award (CCAA), was as much about M+ as it was about the winner, Hong Kong’s own Samson Yung. >> Read more
Interviews, 2020.04.23 Thu, by

Zhang Peili “The Annual Report of OCD”
Rén Space, Shanghai

This exhibition puts the artist on display, literally. From the inside out. You may never again have an opportunity to see so much of one individual laid bare before your eyes all at one time. >> Read more
Interviews, 2020.03.07 Sat, by

Phantoms and Aliens
The Invisible Other (Chapter 3)

Taking the lead from pervasive beliefs and superstitions in Southeast Asia about otherworldly beings, Phantoms and Aliens | The Invisible Other broadens the perception of phantom as invisible spirit to explore another, subtler dimension of invisibility, that is, social invisibility originated in discrimination and alienation. Featuring works that span documentary photography and oral history, to painting, mixed-media and video installations, the overarching focus of the exhibition is to consider the invisible other in society: the people, or communities, that live on the margins because of ethnic, religious or cultural differences. These individuals are but phantoms, alienated from the wider society - they are invisible, yet, they exist. >> Read more
Interviews, 2019.07.25 Thu, by

Motional and Motionless
You Jin & Zhang Yingnan
AYE Gallery

Zhou Dunyi, a famous ideologist in the Northern Song dynasty, mused in his Tai Ji Diagram that at the beginning of the universe it was Wuji, >> Read more
Interviews, 2019.05.28 Tue, by

Healthier, Simpler, Wiser
Edouard Malingue Gallery Shanghai

Edouard Malingue Gallery Shanghai announces its new group exhibition, “Healthier, Simpler, Wiser.” >> Read more
Interviews, 2019.05.02 Thu, by

Tobias Rehberger
‘If You Don’t Use Your Eyes To See
You Will Use Them To Cry’
RAM Shanghai

Don’t be taken in by the fancy terms though. Rehberger always wants you to look for the errors and the dissonances that allow us to ‘hack’ the system, to get inside. The glitches are revealing, if only you look. >> Read more
Interviews, 2019.05.02 Thu, by

ADEELA SULEMAN
‘Ashes to Ashes’
Sullivan+Strumpf Singapore

Ashes to Ashes at Sullivan+Strumpf marks Adeela Suleman’s first solo exhibition in Singapore. >> Read more

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