A beautifully designed album of 100 selected works from the Gallery’s permanent exhibition Siapa Nama Kamu?: Art in Singapore since the 19th Century.
Drawing on close to 400 works, Siapa Nama Kumu? tells the story of Singapore’s art history from the 19thcentury to the present day in a quasi-chronological flow and six broad sections: “Tropical Tapestry,” “Nanyang Reverie,” “Real Concerns,” “Tradition Unfettered,” “New Languages” and “Shifting Grounds.” Influences and practices that have shaped and transformed art in Singapore are traced and explored to introduce Singapore art within a larger regional and global context. This album offers an overview of the exhibition through a selection of 100 key works, each accompanied by curatorial texts that explain the themes and concerns of the exhibition.
22.5 x 17.5 x 1 cm 120 pages 97 colour and 13 b/w illustrations ISBN: 978-981-09-7384-1 Published 2015