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Art Galleries Association Singapore presents ‘A World at Every Turn’ for Singapore Art Week 2022

Art Galleries Association Singapore presents ‘A World at Every Turn’ for Singapore Art Week 2022

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Art Galleries Association Singapore presents ‘A World at Every Turn’ for Singapore Art Week 2022

Image: Leo Liu Xuanqi, Seesaw Game courtesy of the artist and Art Seasons

This year for the highly anticipated Singapore Art Week, Art Galleries Association Singapore (AGAS) presents its latest Group Show from 14-23 January 2022, featuring 15 of its member galleries.

This year’s exhibition entitled ‘A World at Every Turn’ boasts the artworks of a single artist from each of the participating galleries basing their decisions on the significance of the artists’ artistic practice and their relevance to the contemporary context. The exhibition amalgamates themes and subject matters, demonstrating the evolving visual arts scene.


Some participating artists and galleries to look forward to include:

STPI: Pinaree Sanpitak

Pinaree Sanpitak, Breast Works Red Alert! 1, 2018, Collagraph on paper, 116.5 x 148.5 x 4.5 cm. © Pinaree Sanpitak / STPI. Photo courtesy of the Artist and STPI.

Gajah Gallery: Dini Nur Aghnia

Rembang Petang (Afternoon’s Zenith), 2021, clay on canvas, 125 x 245 x 7 cm, image courtesy of Gajah Gallery

Mizuma Gallery: Albert Yonathan Setyawan

Albert Yonathan Setyawan, Hypnagogia - Inside Looking In (Buildings), 2021, gouache on paper, 62 × 46 cm, Image courtesy of the artist and Mizuma Gallery

Albert Yonathan Setyawan, Hypnagogia - Inside Looking In (Arches), 2021, gouache on paper, 68.5 × 61.5 cm, Image courtesy of the artist and Mizuma Gallery

Sundaram Tagore: Susan Weil

Susan Weil, Man in Red on Bicycle, 2001, Acrylic on canvas 124.5 x 124.5 cm

Susan Weil, Primary Hidden Secondary, 2021, Acrylic on canvas 92.4 x 54.6 x 17.1 cm

FOST Gallery: Phi Phi Oanh

Phi Phi OANH, Cornerstone 2, 2015, Lacquer on aluminium composite, H35.4 x W50.3 x D4.2 cm. Image Courtesy of FOST Gallery and the Artist

Art Seasons: Leo Liu Xuanqi

Leo Lui Xuanqi, 彩云 Rainbow Clouds, #2 33 x 41cm Acrylic on canvas, 2021 image courtesy of the artist

Art-2 Gallery: Hong Sek Chern

Hong Sek Chern, At Land’s Edge, 2021, Chinese Ink on Rice Paper H120 x L130 cm. Image courtesy of the artist

Sullivan+Strumpf: Irfan Hendrian

Irfan Hendrian, {I}, Layers of paper on board, 2021 160 x 185 x 6 cm. Image courtesy of the artist

Ota Fine Arts: Rina Banerjee

Rina Banerjee, A new citizen of a new family..., 2020, Acrylic and collage on paper, 79.5 x 59 cm

She was awake to a live sky winds, 2021, Acrylic and collage on paper, 76 x 57 cm. Images courtesy of the artist.

Other participating artists and galleries include Loi Cai Xiang(Chan + Hori Contemporary), Desiree Tham (Intersections), Wong Keen (Artcommune Gallery), Ian de Souza (Wetterling Teo Gallery), Shen Jiaqi (Cuturi Gallery) and Aurèle LostDog (Alliance Française).

Loi Cai Xiang, Bottomless Shade (2022), Oil on canvas, 122 x 91.5 cm courtesy of the artist and Chan + Hori Contemporary

Shen Jiaqi, Elusive Serenity, 2021 Acrylic on linen, 190x150 cm. Image courtesy of Shen Jiaqi and Cuturi Gallery


‘A World at Every Turn’ is the Association’s first Group Show since 2017. Guest Artistic Director and curator states, “embracing the diversity arising from the works featured, the exhibition has been curated around the vision of expressing A World at Every Turn – a statement that simultaneously serves as the exhibition’s title. The title parallels the physical experience of encountering these artworks within the space while espousing the notion of the ‘completeness’ of each work of art in representing the unique perspectives gleaned from being present in the world.” This group exhibition brings the viewers on a visual journey of how each of the 15 artists sees the world in different, unique ways.

AGAS is committed to and celebrates the promotion of art appreciation in the community. It exists to be the voice and representation of member galleries, striving to serve their interests to increase the public’s awareness and valuation of art. In an evolving art landscape such as Singapore, AGAS acts as a vehicle to enhance Singapore’s understanding of the arts and culture.


 

‘A World at Every Turn’ is on view from 14-23 January 2022 at 7 Lock Road, Gillman Barracks. For more information on the exhibition click here.

To explore Singapore Art Week 2022, read our comprehensive guide here.


Any views or opinions in the post are solely those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the company or contributors.


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