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24 Hours - solo show by Benjamin Puah, also known
as Playben and the Rat Man.
4 Fish Fixation - installation work by Felicia Low.
45 Armenian - show by Khairuddin Hori at the Substation in 2004.
4th MFA show - RMIT-La Salle graduates show their works.
5x3 - performance art party by Lee Wen.
61 Kerbau Road - Permanent art space of Plastique Kinetic Worms at Little India.
6x6x6 - this show asked for artists to submit works no larger than 6 by 6 by 6
cm at the PKW show; reviewed by the Straits Times.
7xi - recent London art graduates band for a show.
A Blink of an Eye - video art by Artist Village members.
About Passion - Tan Teck Heng's show at Lisart.
ACM Multi-media 2005 - the premier
multi-media show in Singapore.
A Day in the Life? - announcement of art photographic competition organized by Lien.
A Digital Region? - Lee Weng Choy and Ray Langenbach mentioned in this news report.
A Guide to Mental Sculpture - Dennis Tan of Artist Village exhibits.
A Poem in 12 Strokes - talented Alfian's writings on art and censorship.
All I want for Christmas - 2005 Christmas show at Utterly Art.
Alpha 3.0 - GPS Web walkabout in Tampines, Singapore.
Alpha 3.4 - webwalkabout from Kiel to Documenta 11 in Germany.
Alpha 3.5 Crush - a server gets crushed.
Alfian's letter - his sincere reply to the discussion on the state of art in Singapore.
Amanda Heng's Triennale - Amanda Heng spends three weeks in Japan on this project.
Annabel Chong vs Mr Kiasu Round 1 to 251 - He Zhiyan explains his work.
Art Against Aids 2002 - winning works and details.
Art and Science as part of the Social Fabric - interview with Chng Nai Wee by Parvathi Nayar.
Art and Technology - commentary on the discrepancy between progress in art and advancement in technology.
Art Asia Pacific - some articles on Singapore art.
Art Books - review of some Singapore publications.
Art Collaborators - advertisement
seeking student and nascent artists to collaborate with artist Chng Nai Wee on
Arts Education Gets Creative - Ministry of Education tries a new tack in its art programs. Art Caddy Project - an art show Moleculux is promoted by making over of a vehicle that is driven all around Singapore. Art Connects - Art Elective Program students exhibit at the Singapore Art
Art Dot Com - talk on art resources and the internet at the ArtSingapore 2001.
Art Education in Singapore - National Arts and Culture Feedback Group discussion at the Ministry of Community Development Building.
Programs - the NAC is promoting arts in schools.
Art for Everyone - exhibition by various
Singapore artists which previously could be viewed online. Art in Alternative Spaces - a series of displays of works in public spaces that engage, confront, and surprise the man in the street.
Art in Conversation with
Technology - lecture forum event organized by Plastique Kinetic Worms.
Art in Public Spaces - discussion by an international panel of artists and architects on this issue.
Art Market - Fukuoka Art Museum requests for your objects to be sold.
Art of Giving Project - a project by Connoisseur Artworks in 2006.
Art of Life - disabled artist practices calligraphy with his mouth.
Art Power - donation of art pieces in support of the Substation.
Art Singapore - art galleries exhibition held at the Art Atrium.
Art Singapore 2001 - description of the monumental 2001 art event.
Art Singapore 2001 - more news of the 2001 art convention at Suntec City.
Art Singapore 2001 - press release of the 2001 art event by Art Galleries Association. Art
Singapore 2002 - press release of the speech by the Guest of Honor Minister
of Manpower Lee Boon Yang.
Art Singapore 2002 - press release of the 2002 art event by Art Galleries Association.
Art Singapore 2004 - press release of the 2004 art event by Art Galleries Association.
Art Singapore 2005 - press release of the 2005 art event by Art Galleries Association. Art Singapore 2005 -
the brochure for the 2005 show at Suntec City. Art
that will Nokia off your Feet - Arthur Sim's article was originally
published in the Straits Times, excerpt with comments.
Art in the City - an archive of the article Sharon Tan reports on Nokia Singapore Art.
Art on the Road - Artesan shows its works of its
artists at various spaces in Singapore.
Art Therapy in Singapore - the Early
Psychosis Intervention Program showcases the works of clients.
Art with an Agenda - an archive of the article on Chinese New Year art exhibitions, written by Parvathi
Artists Investigating Monuments - installation works at public monuments.
Artists Investigating Monuments - the second series of installations.
Artists Investigating Monuments - details of the concepts behind the installations.
Artists Investigating Monuments - discussion of concept and interpretation of the works.
Arts Awards - 1999, recipients include 3 visual artists. Arts
Development in Singapore - speech by Minister of Information and the Arts
David Lim at the lecture by Frank Stella in April 2002.
Arts Education Council
- Arts Education Council visits La Salle.
Arts Festival Lacks Excitement - thoughtful, controversial opinion by
Sasitharan. Arts Statistics - the NAC data. Artwork Based on Singapore Flag
Not for Show - Media Development Authority bars
Justin Lee from showing work.
ARX5 - review of the Singapore hosting of 1998 Artist Regional
Asean Art Today - part of the 2001 exhibition held at the La Salle Earl Lu Gallery.
Ashes - performance and installation work by four artists Norlina Mohamed, Low Kee Hong, Tang Fu
Kuen, and Jeremiah Choy.
Asia Europe Foundation - Young Artist's Painting Competition.
Asia Pacific Triennal - contemporary art in Asia festival, article previously
Asia Pacific Triennal 3 - the
Third Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art: Queensland Art Gallery, Amanda Heng and Lee Wen participate.
Asian Art Institute - National Arts Council supports the
Philippine-based institute that conducts an arts management course.
Asian Art Newspaper - Asian works, including contemporary as well as Singapore works.
Asian Art: Prospects for the Future - International Symposium 1998.
Asian Art Week 2005 - calendar of events across the nation.
Asian Woman Artist - Georgette Chen, Chng Seok Tin and Han Sai Por are the local artists spoken of. Asia Pop - pop art show by Asian artists at Art Seasons in 2004. Asiatopia
- Artists Village participate in this international performance show in Bangkok
ASEM Residency - historical details on the artist-in-residence program. Asking
Questions on a Raised Platform - the opening of the Esplanade coincides with
a call for relaxation of censorship and the sound of warning bells.
Bali Project: Phase 2 - 4 young contemporary artists explore the historic pioneer Singapore artists visit to Bali. B.E.A.U.T.Y.
- be paid to buy art, a reversal process by the Artists Village at Utterly Art. Best of Singapore Art 2004 - Jennifer Teo curated this show for these artists.
Best Sporting Moment Art Competition - historical details on the competition organized by the Singapore Sports Council and held in 1998.
Baguio International Arts Festival - performance art by Amanda
Heng, Ray Langenbach and Jason Lim in the
BEFF - Bangkok International Film Festival short film art installations at Plastique Kinetic Worms.
Being and Becoming - Chua Ek Kay's works
with the STPI to create Chinese work prints.
Berita Harian - website: 2003 state of contemporary Malay Art.
Berita Harian - the press release of the show.
Between 2 and 3 - wire sculpture show by the indomitable Victor Tan.
Bioinformatix - multi-media web-based installation by Chng Nai Wee.
Arts Program - the article at the inaugural issue of the biotechnology
Biopolis Arts Program - initiated by
One-North of Jurong Town Corporation.
Biotechnics - Straits Time review, The Robot Thinks Therefore He Is, by Susie Wong.
Bye Bye Albert - the Coffee Shop Event of installation, performance, and video works staged by the Artist Village.
Calendar: Faces of Singapore - Tang Da Wu's show at Valentine Willie's gallery in Malaysia.
Censorship Archive - discussion on whether to start an online archive.
Channels and Confluences - the book on Singapore Art history by the Singapore
Art Museum CEO Kwok Kian Chow.
Charity Calligraphy Exhibition - in aid of the Disabled People's Association.
Chope - the seat-grabbing show at Utterly Art.
Chope - website: five aspiring artists show at Utterly Art.
Chronology of a Controversy - report by Lee Weng Choy on the 5th passage, Artist's General Assembly, Josef Ng, and the New Paper.
Cinta - first APAD Women Art's show.
Cities on the Move - Liu Thai Ker and William Lim participate in New York show.
Colonialism or Collaboration - forum on intercultural arts practices and international
Comgraph2002 - third Asia Pacific Digital Art Competition.
Compound Eyes - contemporary video works from China.
Community Arts and Public Interaction - forum is to bring together practitioners, observers and
administrators who deal with questions of community art and public interaction.
Contemporary Art of South-East Asia - edited by Joyce van Fenema and published by Roeder Publications.
Contemporary Performance and Singapore - talk given by Ray Langenbach.
Continued-Compelled-Comforted - work by Pinaree Sanpitak.
Convergence on Arts, Science, and Technology -
Singapore Art Museum show in 2003-2004.
Creation of the Aesthetic Self - analysis by Veronica Lim on the uncertified creator that is Chng Nai Wee.
Creativity, Processes, Approaches - features Lim Soon Ngee and Wang Ruo Bing.
Cultural Medallion sees 2 winners this year - Chua Ek Kay and Abdul
Cyberarts Research Initiative - National University of Singapore Visiting Scholar Program.
Dalam - more than 200 photographic works of interiors
of homes across Malaysia by Simryn Gill.
Dance - performance shows at the Plastique Kinetic Worms. Danger
Museum - an introduction to the project by Woon Tien Wei and Miho Shimizu.
Danger Museum Project - 2-day work at the Singapore High Commission in London on Sir Stamford Raffles.
- Victor Tan's solo exhibition. Danger Museum @ Translocal Channel -
the international streaming show in 2003.
DENSE - videoworks by Herman Chong and Slade School of Art graduate
DENSE Review - circulated review published in the Straits Times of the
video works by Herman Chong and Tay Kai Syng.
Deriving Spaces - artwork installations around Chinatown Singapore held in conjunction with Nokia Singapore Art
2001. Dilation - Baet Yoke Kwan's solo show at the Sculpture Square.
Diaphanous - a study in the interaction of cultures in a diverse society.
Discovery Phase -
Iskandar Jalil and his ceramist fellow artists show at Art-2. Displaced - show by Australian glass artist B Jane Cowie at the Alliance Francaise in 2004.
Diobok-Obok - international traveling exhibition of ASEAN contemporary art heritage.
Don't Let Sleeping Androids Lie - 2005 anniversary show at Sculpture Square. Don't Pick My Pocket - show by 4 artists at the Citylink-Esplanade in 2004. Dragon - Felicia Low's new installation at Chinatown.
Dr Ng Eng Teng Memorial Lecture - lecture on the late sculptor at the Singapore Art Museum. Draw Them Out - on Art Therapy in Singapore.
Dysfunctional Grammar - Cheo Chai Hiang and his friends show at the NIE Gallery.
Echoes of Eternity - Art Et Domain's new
show. Encounters 08 - as part of the fringe leading up to the Singapore Biennale. Enhancing Arts Education in the Schools
- incentives devised by the Ministry of Education and the National Arts Council
to promote arts education. Et Cetera - MASS has small works (less than 40cm by 40cm) show at TKS
in 2005. Evolution of Kim-Chiam - a work by Chng Seok Tin in 2006. Fabulous at 40 - the Arts House celebrates Singapore's 40th anniversary with paintings from the DBS Collection.
Feast! - Food in Art at the Singapore Art Museum in conjunction with the Singapore Food Festival.
Feedback Group - notes from the 1st meeting of the Arts and Culture Feedback Group of 2001.
Feedback Group - notes from the 3rd meeting of the Arts and Culture Feedback Group of 2001.
Feed the Bird - works by 14 artists on this theme. Fever - show at NAFA by its graduates.
Fingertipz02 - Operation Art Core leads this group of international graffiti artists.
First Steps - images of Asean, qualifying works of the Philip Morris Asean Art Awards.
Flag Project - proposal for the Gwangju Biennale
in Korea by Vincent Leow of Plastique Kinetic Worms.
Flee Circus - this artist is part of the team that creates Green Donkey e-quarterly magazine.
Flying Circus - multi-disciplinary artists gather to stage
Focas - the forum for contemporary art and society.
Focas 3 - Work and Play, Kitsch and the Singapore
Modern, and Bodies and Text.
Focus 5 - Second Front.
Forplay - Khai Hori and Zero,
Lilpinkdevil, and Killer Gerbil team up.
Fort Canning Sculpture Park
- an introduction to the grounds.
Forum for the Arts 2003 - Contemporary Controversies held at the Substation.
For Want of a Better Word or Please - time-based installation at the Substation.
Fresh Conference - the creativity
conference that was held at the Singapore Exposition Hall in April 2002.
Fresh Conference - more notes on the
creativity conference that was held at the Singapore Exposition Hall in April
Friday Event - call for the next round of forums.
From Monument to Modern Museum - 1995 archived Straits Time article on the transformation of the
St Joseph's Institution to the Singapore Art Museum. Fullerton Sculpture Show Speech -
Mah Bow Tan speaks at the opening of Ipreciation's sculpture show at the
Fullerton Walk that was participated by Baet Yoke Kuan and Sun Yu Li, among
other regional artists.
Funding - as discussed in The Friday Event.
Fusion Strength - show by ten artists at the Plastique Kinetic Worms. Fusion Strength 2003
- show by artists from Artists Village and Indonesian artists.
Fusion Talk - art talks by Fusion Strength artists.
Fusing Medical Science and an Artistic Vision - review of Biotechnics by Englishman, Ben Munroe.
Give Peace a Chance Redux - by Lee Wen
and Kai Lam in 2006.
Global Art of Charity - a sculpture at Changi airport.
Global Positions - Vincent Leow's work.
GPS finds its way into art - archived write-up on the Tsunnami alpha 3.0 web
walkabout in Tampines.
Green Donkey - launch of the mobile idea exchange board.
Growth Without Risk - discusses the approach towards the arts in Singapore.
H/AND - photographs and texts by Anne de Vandiere at
Happy Together - Lina Adam's solo show at Soobin.
Have Art Will Travel - Singapore International Foundation article on exhibition aboard by
Singaporeans. Hijrah - Sunar Sugiyou's Chinese ink Painting show.
Histologics - functional dynamics and structural aesthetics in
biological systems as seen by Chng Nai Wee.
Home - Matthew Ngui's solo show at the Substation in 2003. Home Service - the work by Amanda Heng, Twardzik Ching, and Vincent Twardzik.
HOPE - project at Chjimes by Women's Artist Party.
HOPE - controversy regarding an artwork at the show.
HOPE - other Heal our Planet Earth project.
House - living installation at the Substation. Huang
Yao Retrospective - Singapore Art Museum press release on this
Human Biometry Project - Chng Nai Wee embarks on
a continuous measurement of his biochemical and physiological activity as a
depiction of himself as an individual.
Human Perspectives - depiction of the human body with different perspectives.
Imagined Boundaries - works by 11 artists on encounters with new model communities.
I Can Smell Your Bad Breath - another show by Dr Rajinder Jit Singh.
In Conversation - with BG Lee on a more open arts society.
In Flught - at the Substation in 2004.
In Sync with the Arts - Singapore International Foundation newsletter on art auction results of works by pioneer Singapore artists.
In Sync with the Arts II - Singapore International Foundation newsletter on works of Singapore artists
traveling to China.
Inspired by Nature - curatorial brief for
works at the Woodlands Library in 2004.
Inspired by Nature - abstract for show at
the Museum@Woodlands Library.
International Art Symposium - held at the Substation Singapore in March 2002.
International Federation of Arts Councils and Art Agencies - one-time Stanford student activist, now entrepreneurial tycoon, Ho Kwong
Ping, said during the keystone address of the 2nd World Summit that was held in
Singapore in 2003; he invoked the exit clause.
International Symposium - held at the Singapore Art Museum in conjunction with Nokia Singapore Art.
International Symposium on Public Engaged Art - held at the Substation Singapore.
Istana Art Competition - Singapore Art Museum conducts an on-the-spot competition for children.
Journey - showcasing the works of Helen Ho Lai
Ching & Chow Chee Yong.
Kitsch and the Singapore Modern - Have we arrived or are we just too tacky?
Kopi Talk - the Danger Museum presents its
artist-in-residence Lee Sze Chin.
Late Nite Series - National Arts Council opens up the evenings for show during the Singapore Arts Festival.
Light in Darkness - Channel News Asia's 2003 program in English and Mandarin on
the artist Chng Nai Wee.
- Chng Nai Wee's proposed installations at the
Esplanade for 2002 that was formerly titled
Like or Not? Do You Find Durians Delicious?
and Like? Little India Open
Studios - the open house by p-4B, p-10, p-12B, p-14B, The Other House, PKW,
and Nog Studio.
Looking at Art - snapshot of the year 1996; article lost in Happening.com.sg
when site closed.
Looking at Culture - articles on the local arts scene, article lost in
Happening.com.sg when site closed.
Looking for Art Work - an excerpt of the article
originally published in the Straits Times, comments by Chng Nai Wee.
Los Shadowed Retina II - Ray Langenbach strikes again at the Necessary Stage, Haresh Sharma and Jeff Chan also shows.
M-Spaces - international multimedia site
installation at the Millenia Walk. MAAP in Singapore - 2004, Festival Theme: Gravity. Making Light of Matter
- Pavathi Nayar writes of Chng Nai Wee's Moleculux show. Maybank and Very
Special Arts Singapore - launching a show of 12 artists with disabilities. Made in Singapore 2003 -
a show curated by Arts Season Gallery for Singaporean artists.
Made in Singapore 2004 -
a show curated by Arts Season Gallery for Singaporean artists, participating
artists include Michael Lee.
Masters of Fine Arts 2006 Show - the La Salle course graduates. Media Series - video and audio works presentation organized by Plastique Kinetic Worms and Young Artists Domain.
Milestones - show by Sculpture Society of
Singapore members at the National Library in 2006. Millennium Logo Design - competition judged by 3 established Singapore artists. MiniArt
- Singapore Art Society organizes this mini art show for its members in 2002.
MITA's Paper on Making a Creative Singapore - the government says Singapore has to be creative.
MIW Defence Digital Art Competition -
2004 contest judged by a panel of well-known local figures in the art circle.
Mixage - 4 French and 4 Singaporean artists come together to exhibit.
Modern Art: Method in the Madness - an article titled Who's afraid of Contemporary Art at the Singapore Art Museum.
Modernity and Beyond - inaugural exhibition held at the Singapore Arts Museum.
Moleculux - luminescent bodies in hyperspace at Sculpture
Square by Chng Nai Wee.
Moleculux - invitation cards of the show.
Moleculux - a Getforme Singapore arts alert of the show.
Moonson - solo performance by Zai Kuning.
Most Invisible - body art performance by the artist Anna Huber.
Mountain Cow Milk Factory - Vincent Leow's installation piece on cloning.
My Big Brother Phobia - controversial Newsweek article by
Hong Kong art critic Oscar Ho.
My Universe, My Art - Sun Yu-Li exhibits at
ipreciation and at MITA atrium. NAC Allocation of Grants 2004 and Awards - comprehensive detail of recipients and funds, and list of persons involved in NAC.
Named Changed to Protect the Innocent - a quarterly
program which seeks to nurture the spirit of experimentation
and cutting-edge discourses in the various disciplines of the performing arts. National Digital Art Competition - an article on the historical details of the event held in 1997.
New Criteria V - interview with curator Lee Weng Choy on the selection of
artists; article lost in Happening.com.sg when site closed.
New Criteria IX - Lim Tzay Chuen and Australian
group BoneMap show at the Substation.
New Media Art Coverage - on the
traveling Fine Art Forum digital art show that travels to Singapore.
New Voices at Auctions - the article on the growing population of art collectors in Singapore. New
Works - Simryn Gill releases a set of new works following her residency at
ArtPace. No Art Day - the 2000/2001 No Art Day Committee message.
No Art Day - how the 2001 No Art Day originated in Singapore.
No Dead Space / No Wasted Motion - 24th Fine Art Graduation show curated by Julie Ross, Ian Woo and Milenko
Singapore Art 1999 - describing the aims of the event.
Nokia Singapore Art 2001 - a summary of
Nokia Singapore Art 2001
International Symposium - invited international panel speakers discuss the
latest trends and concepts in Art.
Now You See It - multi-media video installations
by lecturers of the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts.
NUS Museums Welcome Speech - Chancellor gives speech.
- Peter Schoppert's site on the cutting edge of contemporary art in Singapore
and his comprehensive portfolio of public art sculpture in Singapore.
October 2001 Exhibitions - a listing of the shows around town.
On Censorship - as one session of the Friday Event at the Substation. One
- an online collaborative on-going digital website printing project
Open Ends - interviews with Singaporean performance artists and timeline historical documentation of performance art in Singapore.
Ophthalmogenesis - bio-engineered eyes at Singapore Art Museum.
Organix - Chng Nai Wee's works are inspired from anatomical dissections of the human body and the natural world.
Orientations - solo show at the Substation by
Ye Shu Fang. Overheard
along the Super Information Highway One Day - is this person ranting or
eschewing words of wisdom? You decide.
Painting of the Year 18th - Tan Kay Nguan is the winner.
Pantheon - Biopolis Chromos Block anchored by Chng Nai Wee's installations.
ParallelWORLD - Singapore-Bangkok cyber-based art show to
celebrate the second anniversary of
Plastic Kinetic Worms. Pardon My Icons - SUFIAN HAMRI @
TRASEONE . EZZAM RAHMAN . HERMAN SALLEH show at Utterly Art in 2005. PC5 - Singaporean artists take part in the Bangkok conference; Amanda
Heng, Koh Nguang How, Josef Ng, Lee Wen, Low Eng Teong.
Peanut Get Monkey - excerpt of the controversial article
published by Modern Painters - taken new meaning in the aftermath of the NKF
issue in the local context.
Performance Art - Jeff Langley's article on the controversial performance art in Singapore.
Performance Studies International #10 - held in Singapore 2004.
Permit to Raise Funds for Foreign Charitable
Purposes - apply for permission.
Phillip Morris Art Awards - 1996 article by Susan Tsang on the competition.
Phillip Morris Art Awards - article by New Straits Times on the 1999 competition.
Performance Artists Party - talks by Lee Wen and Effendy.
Performance Artists Party - talks by Jay Joh and Chu
Pigments and Metaphors
- painting show by Baet Yeok Kuan, Chng Nai Wee, and Ian Woo at Ipreciation
Gallery at Fullerton Hotel, Singapore. Plan Stalls to Put Banned Works Online
- lack of volunteers cease the efforts.
Polls - SingaporeArt polls conducted in the year 2000-2001.
Poppydotdreams - work by Performance Collective Asia.
Post-graduate Seminar 2005 - held at
Post-Ulu - Artist Village Conference over into the new millennium.
Post-Ulu Dialogues - Artist Village discussion on the works presented to the public.
President's Charity Art Show - for the promotion of visual arts in Singapore.
President's Charity Art Show - annual show for charity.
President's Charity Art Show - Click and Bid, article by Parvathi Nayar.
President's Charity Art Show - Art with a heart; article published in
Straits Times. President's Young
Talents Exhibition - the inaugural show at SAM in 2001 featuring 30 works by
Project 4 - show at Worms by Chye Teck, Siva, Low Eng Teow and Ng Siew
Project Sensing - Chng Nai Wee seeks donation of
50,000 glasses for his work.
Provocative Things - 3-dimensional experience in Singapore, curated by
TK Sabapathy. Public Art Library - rent
a piece of artwork at the Singapore Art Museum to place at your office or home,
highly affordable and priced at a bargain to encourage appreciation of Art.
Public Art Library - online
Pulau Ubin Island Art Base Camp - visit to the art base,
organized by Artist Village.
Pulau Ubin Island Art Project - artworks at the last
kampong, organized by Artist Village. Pulp
Friction - investigation into contemporary materials in art-making.
Pushing Back the Boundaries - Google archived newsgroup post of an article on the state of Singapore arts.
Raffles Landing Site - installations by young artists at the site.
Rabbit - conceptual work by Hanson distributed in London and Singapore.
Rabbit - another show in 2006.
Rapport - Singapore and Australian artists get together, curated by Tay Swee Lin.
Rapport - Singapore and Australian installation artists exhibit in Canberra and Singapore.
Reading Art - introduction to new art periodicals.
Recent Works - Susie Wong reviews Chng Nai Wee's exhibition at Swee Guan Art Gallery.
Reflections - Singapore artists show at the German school in Singapore.
Reflections in Dawn Mist - part of the series Wood and Cacophony in Yellow by Chng Nai Wee.
Renaissance City Report - turning Singapore into a global cultural city.
S21 - Plastique Kinetic Worms volunteer for senior citizens day.
Fictions - show curated by Binghui Huangfu and Marian Pastor Roces at Asia
Civilization Museum and the Earl Lu Gallery in 2003.
Sculpture Society 1st Annual Show - staged at the esplanade in 2006.
Sculpture Square and Friends: Get Intimate with Art! - the 2005 fund-raising show at Sculpture Square. Sculpture
Masterplan - 2002 plan to enhance Singapore's cityscape. Selves - a book on the state of the arts in Singapore.
Seeds and Blossoms - Swiss and Singaporean show.
SENI - Malay term for Art - the press release from NAC for the 2004 show.
SENI - the press release for 2004.
Septfest'99 - art exhibitions, installations and performances at the Substation.
Shave International Artists' Workshop - Chng Nai Wee exhibits at the workshop in
S/He - Amanda Heng's performance in 1994.
SingaporeArt proposal - schematic plan of development of
Singapore Art 97 - review by Lee Wen on a comprehensive exhibition reflecting current art practice in Singapore.
Singapore Art Soars to Greater Heights with
HITS - Nokia press release for the sponsored showcase of Singapore Art.
Singapore Artists Plan to Put Banned Works Online - Reuters reports on the intention of a group of local artists. Singapore
Artists Speak - a coffee-book table art book series showcasing Singaporean
artists and their works. Singapore Biennale 2006 - the inaugural biennale, co-curator is Eugene Tan.
Singapore Biennale 2006 - the press release and program.
Singapore Contemporary Artists Show - Singapore artists show in Vietnam in 2002.
Singapore Financier Donates $70,000 to Art
Fund - University of Kansas press release in 1998.
Singapore's Government has Decided that Citizens must be Creative at All Costs - Tan Hwee Hwee writes in Time on the issue. Singapore Performance Artists in KL - talk given by Amanda
Heng, Lee Wen, and Jason Lim.
Singapore Renaissance City - the blueprint to make Singapore a arts and cultural hub.
Singaporean Watercolors - artworks at this site.
Singapore's Road to Renaissance - a television 12 documentary on Singapore artists speaking out on the state of Singapore arts and on how Singapore arts can progress.
Singapore Seasons - our cultural presentation in England in 2005.
Singapore Sweepstakes - an excerpt of Peter Schoppert's 1988 article on local vs foreign art in Singapore.
SinterCom Art Space
- a few recorded statements on Singapore Art placed online previously, now
Soft - Danger Museum organizes for Artist Village to participate in show that
explores curatorialship and exhibition independent of institutional
S.O.S. - two Singaporean Artist Village members create a whimsical art atmosphere at Utterly Art. South-East Asian Art Today - book review by Els van der
Space Traffic - Plastique Kinetic Worms is an active member of this regional
Spirit of Nature - Della Butcher comments on the work of Jimmy
Square Fridays - a generous pouring of artistic talent in the form of gourmet coffee.
State of the Arts - cultural desert or happening, commentary by Leena Ng; 1998
article lost when Happening.com.sg closed.
State, Artists Work Together to Develop Arts - Kuo Pao Kun's article in the Straits Times.
- a factual paper on the state of the visual arts in Singapore by the National
Arts Council available online and archived because of its importance to
Singapore visual artists. Statistical
Analysis 2003 - a number count of the visual arts societies, companies, and
shows in Singapore over the last 10 years. Street Tease - show at 2005 at the Bugis Junction.
Strong Arts Scene Draws Major Cultural Events - the push to establish Singapore as a cultural hub.
Subgrow - work by Khairuddin at the Substation with an online presence.
Subverted Boundaries - 4th anniversary
international show at Sculpture Square in 2003.
Surprise Show - two Singapore disabled artists win prizes at the
1st Asean Disabled Person Art Competition. Symbiosis - show by Donna
Ong, Rajinder Singh, and Chng Nai Wee in 2006.
profiles of the artists who group-showed at the Marina Mandarin Level 5 space.
Taking Stock - the irony of no Art by Clarissa Oon.
Tastes Just Like Sugar - 10 short videos by Heman Chong aka No Sleep Required.
Techtonics - language acquisition and material mastery in the development of Chng Nai Wee.
Telok Kurau 2000 - exhibition by the resident artists
of the art studio sanctuary supported by the National Arts Council.
Text and Subtext -
exhibition by artists exploring the different notions of culture, nationality,
race, and sexuality.
Text and Subtext - Asian women artists go on to a touring show in Europe. TGV - multi-media show by the 2nd rule at Utterly Art.
The Art and Soul of Asia - 1999 - dare we believe it?
The Art of Transit Architecture -
talk by Andrew Mead on the Art in Transit program. The
Arts Community Proposal - initiated by Theatreworks, this proposal
galvanizes support for relaxation of censorship laws in Singapore.
The Arts Housing Scheme - plans by URA and NAC to house the arts community. The
Biology of Art - Chng Nai Wee's interview with ish -fragments of an
urbanscape on his art. The Coffee Connection
- space for artists. The Displacement Project -
video and multimedia art exhibitions held in Bandung and Singapore, co-organized
by Ulrich Lau. The Durian Stall -
on the subject of durians as seen by 2 Singaporean artists 2 generations apart,
written by Yow Siew Kah.
The Friday Event - discussion of subjects normally swept under the carpet:
Censorship, Arts Communities, Women Artists, Funding, at the Substation.
The Importance of Courage - architect Tay Kheng Soon gives a word of
advice to artists, designers, and architects..
The Making of the Durian for Like or Not?
- Chng Nai Wee's work was fabricated in China.
The Performative Indoctrination Model: Colonialism without Tears - Lee Weng Choy speaks about Ray Langenbach's work.
The Silence of the Canines - Boo Sze Yang's 3rd solo show.
The Sin of Apathy - regarding the video installation at the 1990
Sculpture in Singapore exhibition.
The Spirituality of Perception -
Chng Nai Wee explores the inner eyes that perceive reality.
The Tropic of Propaganda: Art and Aesthetic Engineering in Singapore - Ray Langenbach's PhD thesis.
The Turf Club Art Competition - results of the competition
A Celebration of Singapore Art placed online previously.
This is about You - performance work by Jason Lim at the Substation. Tie-Jiang - 2 articles,
Finding contemporary art and artists in the new Paris of Asia and Rocky road for Singapore artists in search of more freedom?
Time Cycles - featuring three Singapore based
artists, Parvathi Nayar, James Speck and Christine Lim at Alliance Francaise.
Times Publishing Donates 95 Works to SAM - gift worth in excess of 1 million dollars.
Tissue - group of new artists gathered under
the show banner of Tissue.
Top Prices Offered Only for Top Works - article on the state of the art auction market.
Tressors Singapore - on the 1994 international Art fair held in Singapore. Trimurti - this is the show at the British Council
where three artists: Indian, Malay, and Chinese weaved their racio-religious
interpretations to a grand provocative show - written further by TK Sabapathy.
Trimurti and Ten Years After - the landmark exhibition and its follow-up
exhibition that explored racial and religious perceptions in Singapore.
Uncut Edges - Jeremy Ramsay's invitation to his exhibition.
Universal Language - Sun Yu Li talks about his inspiration for his works.
URA Unveils Murals at Bugis - works by NAFA, La-Salle, and URA designers are posted at the Arts Belt.
Urbanism, Art and the Human Spirit - speech by Tay Kheng Soon at the Singapore Art
Museums. Utopia - the courageous story behind the short-lived alternative
Utopia@Transmissions - Phunk Studio initiated project that was a sell-out.
Vehicle - contemporary art magazine by Plastique Kinetic Worms.
Venice Biennale 2001 - 49th show: Henri Chen, Salleh
Japar, Suzann Victor,
Matthew Ngui are present. Venice
Biennale 2001 - details of the Singapore representation. Venice
Biennale 2001 - yet more details on the Singapore representation. Venice
Biennale 2001 - elaborations on the Singaporean participation. Venice
Biennale 2001 - comprehensive picture of the Singapore representation.
Venice Biennale 2003 - 50th show: Singapore representatives include Tan Swie Hian, Heman Chong, and Francis Ng.
Venice Biennale 2005 -
51st Show: artist Lim Tzay Chuen and curator Eugene Tan.
Virtual Art - Aura and Immersion by media art historian Dr Oliver Grau.
Vision and Enchantment - regional exhibition on modern South-east Asian art that reflects Western influence.
Visions and Illusions - inaugural
show conceived by Michelle Goh,
artworks on architecture by architect-artists, at St James Power Station, supported by
writers and artists.
Visions in the Vernacular - James Kwan exhibits at the Substation.
Visual Desires - Sunjin Galleries show in 2006 of young contemporary artists.
VOICES - Chng Nai Wee speaks at the inaugural national seminar on creativity.
Voices - Voices of the Unfathomable Phantom by
Volume and Form - an artist's view of this exhibition.
Volume and Form - review by Sculpture Magazine.
Volume and Form - massive sculpture exhibition to make Singapore a global city for the arts.
Volume and Form - millennium sculptures shown in Singapore
and includes the article An Interesting Way to Interact With 3D Art.
Waterloo Arts Arts Alive - Jason Lim organizes a multi-disciplinary arts event at the Sculpture Square.
Welcome to Live - Theatreworks replies to the media on the Chinese artist involved in the controversy over the decency of treatment of animals.
We Need Art - TK Sabapathy's eloquent delivery of
a persuasive lecture for the Arts Education Seminar in 1989.
What happened -
archive of reviews and articles on previous art events; classified lost article
when Happening.com.sg closed. What
they said about SingaporeArt.org - compliments and support to the
Whatever Works - show at Plastique Kinetics Works by Lim Poh Teck, Baet Yoke Kuan and Vincent Leow.
When the Going Gets Tough, Arts Sponsorship Gets Going - the 1999 Patron Awards.
Window Project - Indonesian visual artist Mohamad Hanadi works with Singapore dance artists in this collaboration.
Winning Works by Singapore Artists - on the 1999 Phillip Morris Asean Art Awards winners and their works.
Withdrawal from Exhibition - article by Leong Weng Kam on 2 Indonesian paintings withdrawn by Christie's from public auction.
What is it about
art? - anonymous Singaporean writer on the importance of Art.
Woman and Art - in conversation with Brainstorms.
Women and Art - as discussed in the Friday Event.
Women in the Arts - Dr Jill Scott and Miho Shimizi of the Danger Museum speak about their
works and processes.
Women without Borders - international traveling art exhibition by women artists.
Worms Festival III - the 2001 festival at Plastique Kinetic Worms.
X Ray: Spatial Approaches and Processes - 5 local artists show at La Salle.
Yard Notes - the Young Artist Domain maintained by Wilkie Tan, and supported by Lee Foundation, updates you of
local visual arts developments and includes sound and video clips.
You Can Order and Eat Char Kway Teow - documentation of an interactive and time-based work by Matthew Ngui at the Sao Paulo show.
You Can Touch - Sculptures on the Green show at SAS 2005.
Exhibition 2001 - at PKW, write-up by Milenko.
Zai Kuning - description of his latest work.
Zero-gravity - multi-media show curated by
Zero-Gravity - website: shown at MAAP 2004.
by Foreign Artists
Alamkara - 5000 years of Indian Art at the Asian
All the Best - Zaha Hadid designs a spatial landscape for the Deutsche Bank Art Collection at the SAM in 2006. American Modern Art
at the Ritz-Carlton - 5-million dollar collection of American masters Dale
Chihuly, Frank Stella, and other established artists' works at the glittering
- Spanish artist with a show at Alliance Francaise.
- highpoint of the modern movement, exhibition at the Goethe Institut.
Bencab Impressions - show by the
Filipino artist at STPI in 2006.
Beyond Print - masterworks from the Ken Tyler Collection at the la Salle gallery. Bodyworlds - Anatomy Professor Gunther's work was at Singapore Exposition Hall in 2003.
BoneMap - video installation at the Substation by Australian artists.
Botero - website: a sculpture
commission of a well-nourished bird at the United Overseas Bank Plaza next to
the Singapore River, later has island-wide show at the Esplanade and the SAM. Brothers -
well-known China artists Guo Wei and Guo Jin visit
Singapore and hosts an exhibition at the Soobin art gallery.
up on Chinese Art - Chang Dai-Chien's works at the Singapore Art Museum in
Capital Works - Australian art exhibition at the Takashimaya gallery.
Cathelin - semi-abstract colour still-life paintings by the Ecole de Paris graduate.
Colour Coded Detroit - Philippe Laleu, French artist resident in Singapore, showed at Kinetic Worms - review. Confluence - where East meets West old master art pieces at the Fullerton Hotel, Singapore.
Documenta 12 Magazine: Public Forum -
Georg Schöllhammer, who heads the magazine project, and Ruth Noack, a curator
for documenta 12, will give presentations at The Substation.
Donald Sultan - Singapore Tyler Print Institute Show in 2004. Drawing on the Gift of Sight -
an article on Canadian Professor Jack Rootman, trained at the Art Students
League talking about his art.
Eternal Cham - Ho Huu Thu,
the Vietnamese artist shows at Gajah Gallery.
Philippino artist inspired by
Tarot imagery showed at the Raffles Foyer Gallery.
Fantastic Voyage - the photographs of Arthur Tress at the SAM.
Figure Drawing - Indonesian artist Teguh Ostenrik conducts a workshop.
French Art in Singapore - article on Modern French paintings at the Singapore Art Museum.
Gregory Scott Johns - winner of the 1993 Singapore Redas International Sculpture Competition.
German Video Sculpture - comprehensive contemporary works at the SAM.
Haji Widayat - Indonesian artist shows in Singapore.
Hannah Hoch - collages by the late female German dada artist.
He Chun Ye - China
artist retells the story of the Chinese civilization through his works. How
to Enhance Arts Exchange between Young Artists from Europe and Asia? - forum
chaired by Fumio Nanjo at the Singapore Art Museum.
Hsieh Tehching - talk given by the New York based artist known for
' One Year Performances'.
Ju Ming - Taiwanese sculptor with a few of his
Tai-Chi series sculptures in Singapore.
Le Thiet Cuong - an article on the Vietnamese artist's spare visual language
which conveys rich meaning.
Leonardo da Vinci - showcases the full gamut of his
works at the Singapore Art Museum.
Lien - magazine published by the Alliance Francaise, accepts articles on art.
Living in the World - Hejian's work at Art Seasons.
Living World Sculpture - controversial sculpture by Ju Ming acquired by TIBS and donated to the National Museum.
Lorin and Kristy - regional artist shows organized by the art dealer.
Marc Jurt - Swiss artist renders the paradise that is Bali.
Masterpieces from the Guggenheim - great names of modern art arrive in SAM.
on Art, Technology, and Artificial Life - Ken Rinaldo and Amy Young talk about
their works at the LaSalle SIA College of the Arts.
New Image: New Way - Australian Queensland artists exhibit in Singapore.
One Degree North - Australian project at the Substation Singapore in 2001.
Portrait Sculpture - 'heads' of eminent personalities by Bryan Ellery.
Richard Martel - founder of Inter, visiting artist speaks at Substation Singapore.
Robert Motherwell - prints at the
Robert Rauschenberg - Anagrams - of shadows and exotic objects by the influential artist at Wetterling
Rustic Canvases - a Malaysian artist who paints with the Nanyang style
shows in Singapore.
Salvador Dali -
the sculpture by the late master artist of
Homage to Newton is displayed at the
United Overseas Bank Plaza.
Surface Channels - Duane
Nickerson shows paintings at the Substation. Two Decades of Biological and
Robotic Art - lecture by Ken Rinaldo at the National University of Singapore.
Tryst with Destiny
- art from Modern India.
Web Art in Malaysia - lecture delivered at
the Cyberarts Center at the National University of Singapore. Xs
--> xl, Expanding Art - works by 5 contemporary artists at the Sculpture
Square. Yan Ya Ya - China artist shows in Singapore at Hakaren Gallery.
Zulkifli Yusoff - Malaysian artist showcases at the Substation. Zun Zi - the Hong Kong artist's works were banned from exhibition in Singapore.
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