Suddenly Turning Visible: Tote Bag 'SCH/BIMA/CCP' by Michael Lee
Suddenly Turning Visible: Tote Bag 'SCH/BIMA/CCP' by Michael Lee
Suddenly Turning Visible: Tote Bag 'SCH/BIMA/CCP' by Michael Lee
Suddenly Turning Visible: Tote Bag 'SCH/BIMA/CCP' by Michael Lee

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Suddenly Turning Visible: Tote Bag 'SCH/BIMA/CCP' by Michael Lee

$29.90

Suddenly Turning Visible exhibition uncovers the links between art and architecture during one of Southeast Asia’s most transformative periods, exemplified by three art institutions—the Alpha Gallery in Singapore (currently known as Singapore Conference Hall or SCH), the Bhisari Institute of Modern Art (BIMA) in Bangkok, and the Cultural Centre of the Philippines (CCP) in Manila.

Michael Lee has been commissioned by the National Gallery Singapore to create models of three art institutions and on the tote bags are pencil drawings on graph paper of the three institutions from the series Planes, Lines, Volumes.

Artwork Information

Michael Lee
SCH
2019
From the series Lines, Planes, Volumes
Pencil drawing on graph paper, 21 x 29.7 cm
Commissioned by National Gallery Singapore
Collection of the artist
© Michael Lee

Michael Lee
BIMA
2019
From the series Lines, Planes, Volumes
Pencil drawing on graph paper, 21 x 29.7 cm
Commissioned by National Gallery Singapore
Collection of the artist
© Michael Lee

Michael Lee
CCP
2019
From the series Lines, Planes, Volumes
Pencil drawing on graph paper, 21 x 29.7 cm
Commissioned by National Gallery Singapore
Collection of the artist
© Michael Lee

Product Information

30 x 42 cm