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  • Art Stage 2015

    January 22 2015

    25 2015

    Booth B12 Level B2,Sands Expo & Convention Centre,Marina Bay Sands,Singapore

  • Natee Utarit

    Art Stage Singapore 2015

    Art development in Southeast Asia is distinguished for the enduring strength of painting, in particular certain styles of figural-narrative painting continues to retain its critical edge, in defiance of the so -called crisis of painting in the West. The long standing criticality of painting practice in Southeast Asia has a lot to do with the way the development of easel painting was part of the larger anti-colonial and nationalist project of the late 19th and 20th century. The idea that the art object and artists were independent from society and nation had little traction in the region, in fact, the social consciousness of painting was an important rationale for its existence. Within the region, this allowed for the acceptance and legitimation of painters working in the social-realist tradition from cities such as Yogyakarta, Manila and Bangkok till the present day.

    The difference is all the more stark when one considers how only certain styles of abstraction from East Asia, closely aligned visually and conceptually to 20th century Euro -American minimalist and abstract-expressionist movements have been most heavily promoted in the Western markets recently. These include all the variants of the post war Japanese avant garde like the Gutai and the Mono -ha; or the Tansaekhwa (monochromatic painting) artists from Korea. Stripped of their specific historical and geographical contexts, these abstract works could be

    easily appreciated in the West for their formal qualities alone, without the messy social-political currents and encounters with historical destinies that gave birth to them.

    The work of Thai artist Natee Utarit thus needs to be interpreted against this larger context, where artists working in the figural-narrative tradition sought to hone and expand the critical possibilities of easel painting by continuing to query the forms and concepts of painting practice inherited from the West. European colonialists founded many of the art universities and training centres of the region as part of a larger civilisational project of Empire. Natees training in Silpakorn University, established by an Italian artist of the Florentine academic school has bequeathed a deeply felt empathy and resonance with the visual idioms and allegorical concerns of European painting. Natees works over the last 20 years have at some level been explorations of the implications of both the western artistic styles he has been trained in, from landscape painting to figurative, to still life and now historical and narrative painting. Whereas the Illustration of the Crisis series, from around 2010 were interrogations of the specific developments in Thai politics and society, the current altar piece cycle are explorations of the role of art (read crisis!) in contemporary society.

    The format and visual idioms in these two altar pieces connect both the Christian and Buddhist art traditions in their use of narrative and storytelling as a channel through which the numinous truth of existence could be transmitted to the lay person. Within Christian art, painted altar panels first appeared in Italian churches (note the connection to the artists formal art education) from the 13th century and was a way for the church to educate the largely illiterate masses about the life of Christ, who would otherwise not have been able to read the text of the Bible. Similarly stories of the life of Buddha were most often transmitted through oral and visual narratives such as the Jataka tales. The anticipated 12 pieces of the altar piece cycle of which two examples are displayed here, can be seen as cautionary tales and allegories of faith in art, at a more personal level, they are meditations on the artistic traditions that the artist has inherited and their complex roles in the commercialised art world today. Indeed the format immediately draws attention to the claims of art as a new religion of our times, with all its attendant fears and hopes. Considering his recent spectacular commercial and critical success, the altar series are also moody reflections of the artists ambivalence and unease about the commercial aspects of the art world. In response, he has created almost his own arcane complex visual language, filling his works with imageries and forms that could only be decoded if the viewer took

  • time and care to delve into the history of the worlds artistic traditions. His work is the antithesis of pop art, in that it is not about surface but what lies beneath. It is not what is visible, but what cannot be seen.

    In the larger of the two pieces, Nescientia, the central panel features a standing Buddha in the form the Thais call Pang Perd Lok and references an episode where Buddha opened the three worlds of heaven, earth and hell, thereby allowing all the living things in existence to see each other and comprehend the reality of existence. It refers to an ultimate moment of truth and perhaps possibility of salvation from the cycle of birth, death and rebirth. Supplicants and a priest (right panel), representing the disciples and the lay communities, prostrate themselves at the Buddhas feet. Interestingly, their poses and composition are echoes of the figures gathered around the crucified body of Christ in many examples of Christian art. Yet this moment of illumination is undercut in the altar piece harshly, almost hilariously by an auction bidder, holding a paddle with the number 1205 in the faces of the supplicants. Behind him, a painting is being carried off by two art handlers, whom many will recognize as typical fixtures of the auction room. At the foreground of this left panel stands a sculpture of the Apollo Belvedere, one of the most iconic marble sculptures from classical antiquity that

    represented ideal beauty and perfection in the Western world. Yet even bastions of aesthetic perfection may be next in line for the hungry art markets, Natee seems to suggest, just like how even the figure of Buddha in a supreme act of salvation has its skin and muscle stripped from its body.

    The covetousness and greediness of man becomes even more explicit in the second altar piece entitled The Private Expectation of God and the Common Reason of Investment. Natee signposts the fact that we are in strange and trying times directly in this work. On the left panel, the unfurled banner reads The path to paradise begins in Hell, one of the most renowned lines from Dante, a not so subtle hint that things could get worse before they get better, just like how Dantes hero had to endure the trials of hell before encountering the grace of God. As if in retort, the second banner reads In heaven all the interesting people are missing. Seriousness and flippancy are bedfellows in this work. The setting and objects in this painting can best be described as an accumulation of collectables, objects of art and value. Yet the cluster of horned rams and deer gathering in the centre of the painting are possibly allusions to the golden calf episode in the Bible. The false icons of art and art investors are the new golden calfs, here to take the lay community away from truth and destiny. In his typical offbeat humour, Natee interjects

    another disembodies arm lifting up yet another auction paddle in the right panel. Compared to the earlier altar pieces, these two examples are the most explicitly critical works undertaken in the artists current exploration of the art world.

    Art Stage Singapore 2015

  • The Innocence No.1 (Edition 1 of 3)2009 Bronze Life size

    The Innocence No.2 (Edition 1 of 3)2009 Bronze Life size

  • I Saw the Future2014 Oil on canvas 80 x 60 cm

    Beyond the View Master2014 Oil on canvas 80 x 60 cm

  • Greetings from a Stranger 12014 Oil on canvas 50.5 x 40.5 cm

    Greetings from a Stranger 22014 Oil on canvas 50.5 x 40.5 cm

  • Nescientia2014 Oil on canvas 290 x 387 cm

  • The Private Expectation of God and the Common Reason of Investment2014 Oil on canvas 260 x 230 cm

    Art Stage Singapore 2015

  • Natee Utarit (b. 1970, Bangkok) studied at the College of Fine Art in 1987 and graduated in Graphic Arts at the Painting and Sculpture Faculty at Silpakorn University, both in Bangkok, Thailand in 1991. Recent solo exhibitions include Illustration of The Crisis at ARNDT Berlin, Germany (2012) and at Art Season Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland (2011), After Painting at the Singapore Art Museum, Singapore (2010) and The Amusement of Dreams, Hope and Perfection at the Art Center of Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand (2007). Selected group exhibitions include Negotiating Home, History and Nation: Two decades of Contemporary Art in Southeast Asia 1991-2011 at the Singapore Art Museum, Singapore (2011) and Clouds, Power of Asian Contemporary Art at the Soka Art Center, 798, Beijing, China (2010). His work is a part of many renowned collections, such as the Bangkok University, Bangkok, Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, Singapore Art Museum, Singapore, as well as private collections in Europe and Asia.

    Initially influenced by German Expressionism and abstract art in his early body of work, Utarit has undergone an exploration on the medium of painting connecting it with photography and classical Western art. Light and perspective are some of the elements the artist chose to work with, focusing on painting as a means to explore image making. His complex pictures, juggle wide-ranging metaphors usually in the format of the traditional still life and allude to Thailands current social and political landscapes.

    Natee Utarit

    Education1987 College of Fine Art, Bangkok, Thailand1991 BFA Graphic Art, The Faculty of

    Painting, Sculpture and Graphical Arts, Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

    Selected Solo Exhibitions2013 Optimism is Ridiculous, Gallery Hyundai, Seoul,

    South Korea Optimism is Ridiculous, Richard Koh Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    2012 Illustration of the Crisis, ARNDT Berlin, Germany

    2011 Bourgeois Dilemma, Finale Art File, Philippines Illustration of The Crisis, Art Season Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland

    2010 After Painting, Natee Utarits survey exhibition, works from 1992 2008, Singapore Art museum, Singapore

    2009 Tales of yesterday, today and tomorrow, Richard Koh Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    2008 Transparency Happiness, Soka Art Center, Beijing, China

    2007 The Amusement of Dreams, Hope and Perfection, The Art Center , Center of Academic Resources, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

    2006 Kyotek Sae-Wus 12 photographs during 1969-1973, Numthong Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

    2005 The Last Description of the Old Romantic, Num-thong Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

    2003 Recent Paintings, Numthong Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

    2002 Silent Laughing of Monster, Numthong Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

    2001 Equivalence Second Dialectic, Plum Blossoms Gallery, Singapore

    2000 Pictorial Statement, Bangkok University Art Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

    1999 Internal Landscape, Art Forum, Singapore Appearance and Reality, Numthong Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

    1998 Internal Landscape, Numthong Gallery,

    Bangkok, Thailand

    1997 Mother Figure, Numthong Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

    Selected Group Exhibitions2015 Art Stage 2015, Singapore

    2014 Art Taipei 2014, Taipei, Taiwan START, with Richard Koh Fine Art, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK

    2013 Asian Art Biennale 2013: Everyday Life, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei, Taiwan

    2012 Beacons of Archipelago, Arario Gallery, Cheonan, South Korea Clouds, Power of Asian Contemporary Art, Soka Art Center,798, Beijing, China

    2011 Asia:Looking South, ARNDT, Berlin, Germany Future Pass From Asia to the World Collateral Event of the 54th International Art Exhibition, la Biennale di Venezia, Palazzo Mangilli- Valmarana, Venice, Italy Negotiating Home, History and Nation: Two decades of Contemporary Art in Southeast Asia 1991 - 2011, Singapore Art Museum, Singapore

    2008 Mapping Asia, The Special Project of CIGE 2008, Beijing, China This is not a Fairy-tale, Contemporary Thai Art Exhibition, Soka Art Centre, Taipei, Taiwan

    2007 Diversity in Print, Singapore Tyler Print Institute, Singapore Southeast Asian Contemporary Art, Soka Art Centre, Beijing, China

    2006 Signed and Dated, Valentine Willie Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur , Malaysia

    2005 Portrait, Valentine Willie Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    2005 Next Move, Earl Lu Gallery, Lasalle-Sia College of the Art, Singapore

    2002 Fusion Vision, Thai Australian Artistic Connection, The Gallery of Art and Design, Silpakorn Univer-sity, Bangkok, Thailand

    2002 ARS 01, Museum of Contemporary Art,

    Helsinki, Finland Thai Contemporary Exhibition, Valentine Willie Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    2000 The Third Asia - Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Australia

    1998 The 3rd International Mini Print Triennial 1998, Lahti, Poland

    1997 Conversing Contemporary, Numthong Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

    1995 Man and the Forest, A Fundraising Exhibition Ben-efit The Northern Development, The Art Center, The Center of Academic Resources, Chulalong-korn University, Bangkok, Thailand

    1993 Premio Internationzionale Biella Per lIncisione 1993, Biella, Italy

    1992 The Exhibition of Prints, Dialogue Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

    1991 The 19th International Biennial of Graphic Art 1991, Ljubljana, Yugoslavia

    1985 The Contemporary Art Competition-90 1990, The National Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

    The Male Formy Grafiki, Polska-Lodz89, Poland

    Public Collections Queensland Art Gallery/ Gallery

    of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia Burger Collection, Hong Kong and Switzerland Singapore Art Museum, Singapore Lasalle - SIA College of the Arts, Singapore Fine Art Museum of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Canvas Foundation, Amsterdam, Netherlands The Metropolitan Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand Park Nai Lert Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand Bangkok University, Bangkok, Thailand British Council, Bangkok, Thailand Amorepacific Museum of Art, Osan, South Korea

  • Nadiah Bamadhaj

    Art Stage Singapore 2015

  • The Bear Hut2014 Charcoal on paper collage 168 x 235 cm

  • The Continued Siege of the Already Assimilated2014 Charcoal on paper collage 138 x 290 cm

    Art Stage Singapore 2015

  • Art Stage Singapore 2015

    The Living Room2014 Charcoal on paper collage 149 x 282 cm

  • Education1992 Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA),

    University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand

    Selected Solo Exhibitions2014 Poised For Degradation, Richard Koh

    Fine Art, Singapore

    2012 Keseragaman, Richard Koh Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    2008 Surveillance,Valentine Willie Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    2004 enamlima sekarang (sixtyfive now), Galeri Lontar, Komunitas Utan Kayu, Jakarta, Indonesia

    2003 enamlima sekarang (sixtyfive now), Benteng Vredeburg Museum, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

    2001 1965 - Rebuilding Its Monuments, Galeri Petronas, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    Selected Group Exhibitions2015 Art Stage 2015, Singapore

    2014 Art Taipei 2014, Taipei, Taiwan START, with Richard Koh Fine Art, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK

    2013 Parallax: ASEAN, Changing Landscapes, Wander-ing Stars, ASEAN-Korea Contemporary Media Art Exhibtion, ASEAN-KOREA Centre, Seoul, South Korea Welcome to the Jungle: Contemporary Art in South-east Asia from the Collection of Singapore Art Mu-seum, Contemporary Art Museum Kumamoto (CAMK), Kumamoto, Japan

    2012 Art Stage Singapore 2012, Marina Bay Sands, Sin-gapore

    2011 Its Now or Never Part II, Singapore Art Museum, Singapore

    Beyond the Self, Contemporary Portraiture from Asia, National Portrait Gallery, Canberra, Australia

    2010 Creative Index, The Nippon Foundations Asian Public Intellectual Fellowships 10th Anniversary, Silverlens Gallery, Manila, Philippines Beirut Art Fair 2010 (Menasaart), Beirut, Lebanon Beacons of Archipelago: Contemporary Art from Southeast Asia, Arario Gallery, Seoul, South Korea

    2009 Earth and Water: Mapping Art in Southeast Asia, Singapore Art Museum, Singapore Photoquai 09: 2nd Biennale Photographic Festival, muse duquai Branly, Paris, France Code Share: 5 continents, 10 biennales, 20 artists, Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania

    2008 Wonder, Singapore Biennale, Singapore City Hall, Singapore East-South, Out of Sight, South and Southeast Asia Still and Moving Images, Tea Pavilion, Gouangzhou Triennale, China The Scale of Black, Contemporary Drawings from Southeast Asia, HT Contemporary Space, Singapore

    2007 Out of the Mould: The Age of Reason, 10 Malaysian Women Artists, Galeri Petronas, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Fetish: Object Art Project #1, Biasa Artspace, Denpasar, Indonesia Selamat Datang ke (Welcome to) Malaysia: An Exhibition of Contemporary Art from Malaysia, Gallery 4A, Sydney, Australia Processing the City: Art on Architecture, The Annex Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Never Mind, Video Art Exhibition, ViaVia Caf,

    Nadiah Bamadhaj (b. 1968, Petaling Jaya) was initially trained as a sculptor at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand but now produces drawings, sculptures, installations and digital images. She has worked in non-governmental organizations, lectured in art, and has written on both Malaysia and Indonesia. In 2000, she began her full-time art practice and was awarded the Nippon Foundations Asian

    Nadiah Bamadhaj

    Yogyakarta, Indonesia

    2006 Fast Futures: Asian Video Art, The Asia Society India Centre, Little Theatre Auditorium, NCPA, Mumbai, India The War Must Go On, Clockshop Billboard Series, Corner of Fairfax and Wilshire, Los Angeles, USA TV-TV, Week 34, Video Art Festival, Copenhagen, Denmark Building Conversations: Nadiah Bamadhaj and Michael Lee, Singapore Art Museum, Singapore Holding Up Half the Sky by Women Artists, National Art Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Rethinking Nordic Colonialism: A Postcolonial Exhibition Project in Five Acts, Act 3: Faroe Art Museum, Trshavn, The Faroe Islands, Denmark Biennale Jakarta 2006, Beyond The Limits and its Challenges, Galeri Lontar, Komunitas Utan Kayu, Indonesia Fast Futures: Asian Video Art, Asian Contempo-rary Art Week, Rubin Museum of Art, New York, USA

    2005 Home Works II: A Forum on Cultural Practices, Lebanese Association for Plastic Arts, Ashkal Alwan, Beirut, Lebanon Urban Culture, CP Biennale, Museum of the Indonesian National Bank, Jakarta, Indonesia Media in f , The 9th International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women, Ewha Womans University Campus, Seoul, South Korea

    2004 Flying Circus Project: 04, Seeing with Foreign Eyes, Theatreworks, Fort Canning Park, Singapore Living Art: Regional Artists Respond to HIV/ AIDS, Queens Gallery, XV International AIDS Conference, Bangkok, Thailand

    Gedebook, Group Fundraising Exhibition, Kedai Kebun Forum, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

    2002 Asean Art Awards, Bali International Convention Center, Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia Pause, Gwangju Biennale 2002, Exhibition Hall 1, Gwangju, South Korea

    2001 Philip Morris Art Awards, National Art Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Exhibit X, Taksu Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Flashpoint, WWF Art For Nature Fundraising Exhibition, Rimbun Dahan Gallery, Kuang, Malaysia

    2000 Arang, Taksu Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    Awards2004 Asian Public Intellectual Follow-Up Grant,

    funded by the Nippon Foundation

    2002 Asian Public Intellectual Fellowship-03 funded by the Nippon Foundation,

    administered by IKMAS, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia

    2001 Jurors Choice, Philip Morris Malaysia Art Awards 2001

    2000 Artist-in-Residence, Rimbun Dahan-01 Artist Residency Program, Kuang,

    Malaysia

    Public Collections Petronas Gallery,

    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Muzium & Galeri Tuanku Fauziah, USM Penang , Penang, Malaysia The National Gallery, Singapore Singapore Art Museum, Singapore

    Public Intellectual Fellowship in 2002, electing to spend her fellowship period in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, where she currently lives with her husband and son. Her artwork continues to focus on the social intricacies of Yogyakarta society, using myth, architecture and dwelling to articulate her observations.

  • Wong Perng Fey

    Art Stage Singapore 2015

  • Proximity #01 (set of 3)2014 Oil and enamel on linen 150 x 150 cm (each) / 150 x 450 cm (total)

  • Proximity #042014 Oil and enamel on linen 145 x 128 cm

  • Fragile #01 (set of 4)2014 Oil and enamel on aluminum Dibond 120 x 100 cm (each) / 120 x 400 cm (total)

  • Art Stage Singapore 2015

    Fragile #02 (set of 2)2014 Oil and enamel on aluminum Dibond 120 x 100 cm (each) / 120 x 200 cm (total)

  • Distance #02 (set of 2)2014 Oil and enamel on aluminum Dibond 145 x 120 cm (each) / 145 x 240 cm (total)

    Art Stage Singapore 2015

  • Distance #032014 Oil and enamel on aluminum Dibond 145 x 120 cm

  • Distance #042014 Oil and enamel on aluminum Dibond 145 x 122 cm

  • Untitled #382014 Oil and enamel on linen 150 x 150 cm

  • Education1998 Graduated from Malaysian Institute of Art,

    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    Solo Exhibitions2014 Equilibrium, Richard Koh Fine Art,

    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Equilibrium,ARTSEASONS Gallery, Beijing, China

    2012 The Other Shore, Debut Artspace, 798 Art Zone, Beijing, China

    2011 Transitions,Richard Koh Fine Art, Singapore

    2010 Recent Works, Richard Koh Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    2009 Role Play, ViviYip Art Room, Jakarta, Indonesia

    2008 In New Light, Valentine Willie Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    2006 Habitat, B4-4, Binova Industrial Centre and 67 Tempinis Satu, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Appearance, Alliance Francaise de Penang, Penang, Malaysia Picturesque, NewAsia Hotel, Penang, Malaysia

    2005 Still View, Valentine Willie Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    2004 Works 2003-2004, Valentine Willie Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    2002 New Landscape, Valentine Willie Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    2000 First Solo, Valentine Willie Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    Selected Group Exhibitions2015 Malaysian Art, A New Perspective,

    Richard Koh Fine Art, Singapore Malaysian Art, A New Perspective, Richard Koh Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Art Stage 2015, Singapore

    2014 Art Taipei 2014, Taipei, Taiwan KIAF/14, Seoul, Korea

    Wong Perng Fey (b. 1974, Kuala Lumpur) is an artist that has built his reputation as an experimental and versatile painter since his graduation from the Malaysian Institute of Art under the schools scholarship in 1998. He was awarded the Artist Residency in Rimbun Dahan, Kuang in 2002. His works are in many prominent public collections such as the National Visual Arts Gallery, Kuala Lumpur; Bank Negara Malaysia Museum Art Gallery, Kuala Lumpur and Galeri Petronas, Kuala Lumpur. He lives and works in Beijing.

    Perng Feys gestural paintings of figures, nature, and natural vistas fluctuate between abstraction and figuration with an acute sensitivity to colors, layers and textures. His body of work, consisting of a diverse subject matter, ranging from traditional landscape and portraiture to abstraction exhibits a talented and confident brush play. The canvas, becoming more than a picture plane, is transformed into a stage for the documentation of actions and mistakes. It becomes a space that records gestures and mental states.

    Wong Perng Fey

    CODES, 1929 Art Space, Shanghai, China

    2013 ArtStage 2013, Singapore

    2012 Snapshot, Rimbun Dahan, Kuang, Malaysia ArtStage 2012, Singapore

    2011 Beirut Art Fair 2011, Menasaart, Beirut, Lebanon Here Today, Gone Tomorrow, Rimbun Dahan, Kuang, Malaysia ArtExpo 2011, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    2010 Ruang Berikutnya, Sangking Art Space, Yogyakarta, Indonesia Fresh Decade, The Art Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia MAP Art Festival, District Art Box, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    2009 Art Bazaar Jakarta, Pacific Place, Jakarta, Indonesia Personal Effects, RogueArt, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Headlights, Valentine Willie Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore

    2008 Shifting Boundaries, Rimbun Dahan, Kuang, Malaysia

    2007 Between Generations, Asian Art Museum and Muzium & Galeri Tuanku Fauziah, University Malaya, University Sains Malaysia, Malaysia

    2006 Signed and Dated, Valentine Willie Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Feed Me! An Exploration of Appetites, Rimbun Dahan, Kuang

    2005 ArtSingapore, Suntec City Convention Centre, Singapore Petronas Collection Series Three: Narrative Strains, Galeri Petronas, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    2004 Paradise Lost, Paradise Found WWF Art for Nature, Rimbun Dahan, Kuang, Malaysia

    2003 ArtSingapore, Suntec City Convention Centre, Singapore Puncak Alami II, National Art Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Melbourne Connection Asia, City

    Tram Shelter, Melbourne, Australia

    2002 Touch WWF Art for Nature, Rimbun Dahan, Kuang, Malaysia

    2001 Face the Act, Galeri Petronas, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    2000 Landscape to Landscape, Galeri Petronas, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    1999 Aku 99 Self Portraits, Galeri Petronas, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    1994 Malaysian Art Open, Galeri Petronas, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    Awards & Activities2002 Artist Residency, Rimbun Dahan,

    Rimbun Dahan, Kuang, Malaysia Alami II - Science Inspired Arts Camp, UNESCO International Year of Mountain, Sabah, Malaysia, sponsored by UNESCO, National Visual Arts Gallery, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Sabah Parks, The Ministry of Culture, Art & Tourism, Science & Environment

    1996 Scholarship Award, Malaysia Institute of Arts, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    Public Collections National Visual Arts Gallery,

    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Bank Negara Malaysia Museum and Art Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Galeri Petronas, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Khazanah Nasional Berhad, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

  • Kedsuda Loogthong

    Art Stage Singapore 2015

  • Princess2014 Oil on canvas 160 x 130 cm

    The Wave2014 Oil on canvas 160 x 130 cm

  • Medusa2014 Oil on canvas 160 x 130 cm

    Education2006 Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts, Bangkok

    University, Bangkok, Thailand

    Solo Exhibitions2014 The Unknown Silence, Richard Koh

    Fine Art, Singapore

    2013 The Book of Silence, Finale Art File, Makati City, Phillippines

    2011 Tomorrow, Richard Koh Fine Art, Singapore Letters from Songkhla, Project Stage / ArtStage Singapore 2011, presented by Richard Koh Fine Art, Singapore

    2009 Prints and Drawings,Numthong Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

    2005 Light, Studio 8 Bangkok University Rangsit, Pathumthanee, Bangkok, Thailand

    Group Exhibitions2015 Art Stage 2015, Singapore

    2014 Art Taipei 2014, Taipei, Taiwan

    2013 ArtStage Singapore 2013, Singapore Beirut Art Fair 2013, Beirut, Lebanon

    2012 Art Stage Singapore 2012, Presented by Richard Koh Fine Art, Singapore Pameran Poskad, Singapore

    2011 Works from Southeast Asia, Richard Koh Fine Art, Singapore RAW: An Exhibition of Sketch Ideas, by Thai Contemporary Artists, Numthong Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

    Wonderland, g23, Srinakharinwirot University, Bangkok, Thailand Art Expo Malaysia 2011, presented by Richard Koh Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    2010 Sungshin Womans University, Gallery LVSSean Lee, Seoul, South Korea MiniPrint, Finland 2010, Lathi, Finland Young Contemporary Thai Artists, Richard Koh Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Pameran Poskod, Singapore

    2009 Numthong Gallery Collection, Bangkok Art and Cultural Center, Bangkok, Thailand

    2007 Presented Work of Bachelor Degree Project of Bangkok University, TOA Warehouse, Bangkok, Thailand

    2006 QUE SERA SERA, Patumwan Warehouse, Bangkok, Thailand International Culture of Peace: Voices of Youth, Bangkok, Thailand Character Cartoon Thailand Animation & Multimedia, Queen Sirikit Convention Center, Bangkok, Thailand

    2004 Painting Exhibition, Bangkok University, Bangkok, Thailand

    2002 Rajamankala Sampan1, Rajamankala Institute Songkhla, Songkhla, Thailand

    Public Collection Singapore Art Museum, Singapore

    Kedsuda Loogthong (b. 1983, Songkhla, Thailand) graduated from the Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts at Bangkok University, Thailand in 2006. Loogthongs early works examine the urbanization of her rural landscape and society and how consumerism has affected the lives of simple country folks. Her recent works explores the materiality and symbol-ism of books both an icon and a nostalgic object of reverence. Kedsuda has participated in many group exhibitions in Singapore, the Philippines, South Korea and Finland. Her works are collected by Singapore Art Museum and are currently in their permanent collection.

    Kedsuda Loogthong

  • Attasit Aniwatchon

    Art Stage Singapore 2015

  • Art Stage Singapore 2015

    Come Together2014 Acrylic on canvas 130 x 190 cm

  • HUG2014 Acrylic on canvas 111 x 130 cm

    Art Stage Singapore 2015

    Our New Sweet Home2014 Acrylic on canvas 143 x 180 cm

  • Education1990 B.F.A. Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University,

    Bangkok

    1996 M.F.A. Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University, Bangkok

    Solo Exhibitions2012 In Search of Love Painting, Numthong Gallery

    at Aree, Bangkok, Thailand

    2010 Interioty, Numthong Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

    2008 The Soap Opera, Numthong Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

    2007 Recent Works, Richard Koh Fine Art, Malaysia

    2006 A Talk 2 the Blues, Numthong Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

    1993 Day by Day, Dialogue Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

    1991 Small Painting, Seven Seas Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

    Selected Group Exhibitions2015 Art Stage 2015, Singapore

    2013 Beirut Art Fair - ME.NA.SA.ART 2013, Beirut, Lebanon

    2011 Elephant Parade, Singapore

    2009 Our Best Recent Works & Glass Art Project, 26th Art Exhibition by Members of the Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand Wonderland Asian Emerging Artists Group Exhibition, Sakshi Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan

    2008 Young Contemporary South East Asian, Richard Koh Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    2007 Diligence to industrious stone, 24th Art Exhibition by Members of The Faculty of Painting Sculp-ture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

    2006 Sufficiency, 23rd Art Exhibition by Members of The Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

    2005 The Memory of the Princess Mother, The Queens Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand The Art Exhibition on the Occasion of Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirwdhorns 50th Birthday Anniversary Painting Phuket, The Pearl of Andaman, The Queens Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

    2004 Earth Mountain River Sea and Sky, The Art Exhibition of 80 Thai Artist in Celebration on the Auspicious Occasion of Her Majesty the Queens 6th Cycle Birthday Anniversary, Bangkok, Thailand Women, 21st Art Exhibition by Members of The Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

    2003 Happiness, The Art Exhibition by 120 Artists on The Occasion of 60th Anniversary of Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand 4th International Print Triennale Colour in Graphic Art, Cracow, Poland

    2002 Silpakorn + See Silpakorn 19th Art Exhibition by Members of The Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

    2001 Suan Luang in Golden Frame

    1999 MESSAGE FROM THAILAND, Helsinki City

    Attasit Aniwatchon (b. 1968, Thailand) is a painter based in Bangkok, Thailand. He graduated with a BFA and an MFA in Graphic Arts from Silpakorn University, Bangkok. He has widely exhibited internationally and within Thailand. His photorealistic paintings relying on kitschy imageries and the aesthetics of gloss examine how moments in a persons life are captured in a photograph and framed as a gesture of adding importance to that moment.

    Attasit Aniwatchon

    Library, Finland Thai Vietnam Contemporary Art Exhibition by The Members of 4 Universities of Fine Art from Thailand and Vietnam

    1998 Bangkok Art Project, 1998 1999,-99 Bangkok, Thailand

    1997 9th International Print Biennial Varna97, Bulgaria International Print Triennial97 Krakow, Poland

    1996 The 2nd Panasonic Contemporary Painting Exhibition, Bangkok, Thailand

    1995 Thailand Japan Exchange Print Exhibition, Bangkok, Thailand Brings Good Things to Life, Art Competition, Bangkok, Thailand The Contemporary Art Exhibition, Bangkok, Thailand

    1994 3rd Biennial of Graphic Art Belgrad94, Belgrade, Serbia The Contemporary Art Exhibition, Bangkok, Thailand

    1993 Art Today from Thai, America & Japan, Graphica Creative 93, Alver Aalto Museum, Finland

    1992 9th, 10th 13th Art Exhibition by the Members-96 of the Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Art, Silpakorn University, Bangkok

    1992 The Exhibition of Printing, Dialog 1991 Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand A Decade of Printmaking, Con-Tempus, The Bangkok Fine Arts Center, Queen Sirikit National Convention Center, Bangkok, Thailand

    1991 Small Print, an Art Exhibition by 10 Young Artists, Bangkok, Thailand Singapore Art Fair91, Singapore

    The Exhibition of Contemporary Graphic Arts by 12 New Artists, National Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand 19th International Biennial of Graphic Art, Ljubljana, Yugoslavia

    1990 1st Kochi International Triennial Exhibition of Prints, Kochi, Japan

    1989 Brings Good Things to Life Art Competition, Bangkok, Thailand 9th International Biennial Print Exhibition, Republic of China

    1988 The Contemporary Art Exhibition,-94 Bangkok, Thailand

    1988 3rd 5th Exhibition of Contemporary-90 Art by P.T.T. (Thailand), Bangkok, Thailand

    1988 5th Exhibition of Contemporary Art by Young Artists, Bangkok, Thailand

    1987 33rd, 35th, 37th National Art Exhibition-91 Bangkok, Thailand

    1987 4th Exhibition of Contemporary Art by Young Artists, Bangkok, Thailand

    Award and Scholarship

    1988 H.R.H Prince Narissara Nuwatiwongse Foundation Scholarship

    1990 The Friendships Programme for the 21st Century, Japan

    1990 Special Prize, Toshiba Brings Good Things to-91 Life Art Competition

    1996 Award Winner 2nd Panasonic Contemporary Painting Exhibition

  • Yeoh Choo Kuan

    Art Stage Singapore 2015

    You Are Not Me and I Am Never You2014 Oil and lacquer on canvas 220 x 170 cm

  • Hang in There My Dear2014 Oil and lacquer on canvas 220 x 170 cm

    If You Are Falling... Dive!2014 Oil and lacquer on canvas 220 x 170 cm

  • Cry Me a Rainbow2014 Oil and wood satin on canvas 200 x 160 cm

    Art Stage Singapore 2015

    Education2010 Diploma in Fine Arts, Dasein Academy of Art,

    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    Solo Exhibitions2014 In The Flesh, Richard Koh Fine Art,

    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 2012 Private Sentiment, House of Matahati,

    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    Group Exhibitions2015 Malaysian Art, A New Perspective,

    Richard Koh Fine Art, Singapore Malaysian Art, A New Perspective, Richard Koh Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Art Stage 2015, Singapore

    2014 Art Taipei 2014, Taipei, Taiwan Impartial Origins, House of Frida, Bacolod City, Philippines Catalysis, HOM Art Trans, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia KIAF/14, Seoul, Korea Arts Kuala Lumpur Melbourne,[email protected] Collins Street Melbourne, Australia Configuration, G13 Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia MEAA, White Box, Publika, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    2013 50/50 (two man show with artist Zelin Seah), TAKSU, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia SAGER III (touring exhibition in 3 countries),

    Yeoh Choo Kuan (b. 1988, Malaysia) is a young artist working in the veins of Abstract Expressionism though he installs narratives and hints of figuration to the formal language of his paintings. He graduated from Dasein Academy of Art, Kuala Lumpur with a Diploma in Fine Arts in 2010. He lives and works in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

    Yeoh Choo Kuan

    HOM Gallery (Malaysia), Perahu Art Connection (Indonesia), Orange Gallery (Philippines) Frame of Mind II, Orange Gallery, Bacolod City, Philippines No Random Nonsense, Boston Gallery, Quezon City, Philippines X Individuals-The Explorations, Art Accent Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Figuration Trajectory, G13 Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Up, Group Exhibition, TAKSU, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Locals Only, TAKSU, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    2012 Young & New Part IV, House of Matahati, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia A Meter Diameter, House of Matahati, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    2011 MEAA, Soka Gakkai Cultural Building, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia The Malaysian Rice Plate Project, KL Convention Center, Suria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia INSPIRATION OF TOMORROW, Starhill Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    2010 NOW!, Starhill Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Breakthrough, Starhill Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

  • Haffendi Anuar

    Art Stage Singapore 2015

  • Inside Trussardi2014 Sand, spraypaint, emulsion modeling foam, castors and screws 36 x 60 x 30 cm

    X-centric2014 Sand, spraypaint, emulsion, modeling foam, castors and screws 37 x 50 x 35 cm

    Art Stage Singapore 2015

    Live Dream2014 Sand, spraypaint, emulsion, modeling foam, castors and screws 36 x 30 x 39 cm

  • Deliquesce (Liquid Serpents) V (Blessings) 2014 Enamel on acetate, digital print on vinyl, Plexiglas and frames 95 x 65 x 3.5 cm (triptych) (framed) (each) (3 pieces) / 95 x 195 x 3.5 cm (total)

  • Deliquese (Liquid Serpents) IV (The Garden)2014 Enamel on acetate, digital print on vinyl, Plexiglas and frames 95 x 130 x 3.5 cm (diptych) (framed)

  • Waterfalls2014 Inkjet print on canvas, emulsion paint, metal clothes pegs and powder-coated steel 135 x 90 x 45 cm (each) (3 pieces)

  • Education2013 BA Honors (Sculpture), Central Saint Martins

    College of Art and Design, London, UK

    2007 BFA (Foundation), Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Providence, USA

    2005 International Baccalaureate Certificate in Fine Art, International School of Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    Group Exhibitions2015 Malaysian Art, A New Perspective,

    Richard Koh Fine Art, Singapore Malaysian Art, A New Perspective, Richard Koh Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Art Stage 2015, Singapore

    2014 Art Taipei 2014, Taipei, Taiwan KIAF/14 (Korea International Art Fair), Seoul, South Korea Arts Kuala Lumpur, - Melbourne Space @Collins Street, Melbourne, Australia Cherry on Top(less), Topless, New York, USA MEAA 2014 (Malaysian Emerging Artists Award), Whitebox @ Publika, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    2013 METAMORPH, Hoxton Garage, London, UK Odysseys, The Gallery @ Starhill, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Void Open 2013, Hoxton Arches, London, UK Xhibit 2013, SU Gallery, UAL and Four Corners Gallery, London, UK Green Week, Lower Street Gallery, London College of Communication, London, UK Locals Only, TAKSU, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    2012 Show, Elthorne Road, London, UK Magic Assemblage, Magic Assembly, Petrie Museum, London, UK

    2011 Quick in the Moment...., Nolia Gallery,

    Haffendi Anuar (b. 1985, Malaysia) is an artist based in Kuala Lumpur. He produces sculptures and drawings. He did his International Baccalaureate certificate in art at the International School of Kuala Lumpur, his foundation at the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence and his BA honors at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London. In between his studies, he worked as a model maker at T.R Hamzah and Yeang in KL, studied Mandarin in China, worked in an art gallery in London and assisted artists in studios in London (Hew Locke and Nicolas Deshayes).

    Composed of a variety of materials that is either mass produced, artificial or processed natural materials such as polystyrene, plastic, industrial sand, resin and with the addition of ready-made supports, Haffendi Anuars sculptures explore representations of nature in digital and material forms that have filtered through multiple layers of physical modifications, commodification and consumption.

    Influenced by the language of product design and marketing and the gesture of the readymade, he applies a variety of form-making methods, ranging from traditional reductive carving to industrial vacuum forming, to create forms that either appear naturally formed or artificially constructed.

    Haffendi Anuar

    London, UK Utopia, the Architecture of Perfection, Nolia Gallery, London, UK In-Exchange, Lethaby Gallery, London, UK

    2010 VAA Exhibtion (Starhill Visual Arts Award), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Breakthrough Exhibition, The Gallery @ Starhill, KL PAC and Dasein Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Young Malaysian Artists - New Object(ion), Galeri Petronas, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Artriangle 3, National Art Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia NKOTB, Threesixty Art Development Studio, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    2007 Art + - 1000, Valentine Willie Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    2005 Foundation Triennial, Woods- Gerry Gallery, Providence, USA

    Waterfalls(details)

  • Maitree Siriboon

    Art Stage Singapore 2015

    Universe No.12014 Mirror mosaic on wooden panel 160 x 160 cm (40kg)

  • Universe No.22014 Mirror mosaic on wooden panel 160 x 160 cm (40kg)

    Education1992 Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA),

    University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand

    Selected Solo Exhibitions2013 Buffalos Heart, Thavibu Gallery, Bangkok

    2012 The Tree of life, Project Space Luang Prabang, Laos

    2009 Isarn Boy Soi 4, Whitespace Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

    2006 Dream of Liberation, Whitespace Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

    Selected Group Exhibitions2015 Art Stage 2015, Singapore

    2012 3rd Decade of Bua Luang Paintings by Bangkok Bank Foundation, Queens Gallery, Bangkok Origin - Originality : A New Wave of Thai Art, Forty7 Gallery, London On the Threshold of Senses : New Art From South East Asia, Tall Beck Contemporary, NYC

    2011 Young Artist Project (YAP 2011), Daegu Metropolitan City, South Korea Across the Mekong, Project Space Luang Prabang, Laos Thai Sensational, Contemporary art paraty, Brasil Idols and Icons: New Photography from Southeast Asia and the Middle East, Yavuz Fine Art, Singapore

    2010 Different, Tang Contemporary Art, Bangkok, Thailand I Giovanni Isan, Cappella Dei Caduti, Via Sants Andrea, Pelago, Italy Month of Photography Tokyo, Richo Building Hall, Tokyo, Japan

    2009 The God of Small Things, Casa Masaccio arte contemporanea, Italy Rites de Passage, Shunck Contemporary Museum, Netherlands CUT-09;Figure New South East Asia Photography, Valentine Willie Fine Art, Malaysia

    2008 Sensational Salves, Chula Art Centre, Bangkok, Thailand Face to Faces (Month of Photography 4th French Festival in Bangkok), Silom Galleria, Bangkok, Thailand

    Selected Participation Exhibitions2006 23rd Young Thai Artists, the National Gallery,

    Bangkok, Thailand 17th Toshiba Brings Good Things to Life, The National Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand 2nd Amata Art Award Exhibition, The National Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

    2004 20th PTT Art Award, The National Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand 7th Panasonic Art Award, The National Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

    2003 Selected Participation College of Fine Arts, Bangkok, Thailand

    Exchange Programs:

    2007 Independent Creative Art Spaces Leadership Training program, Paris

    2005 Thai -Vietnam Student Culture Exchange Program project

    Maitree Siriboon based in Bangkok artist, He was born in 1983 in Ubon Ratchatani, a province in the northeastern Isarn region of Thailand. He moved to Bangkok at the age of fifteen to study, first at the College of Fine Art in Bangkok and later at Silpakorn University where he received his Bachelors Degree in Fine Art. Maitree is a recipient of numerous national awards among them The Bangkok Bank art award in 2006.

    Maitree Siriboon

  • Melissa Tan

    Art Stage Singapore 2015

    20602013 Acrylic on watercolour paper 59.2 x 94 x 3.5 cm

  • 21102013 Acrylic on watercolour paper 85 x 77 x 2.5 cm

    21602013 Acrylic on watercolour paper 70.5 x 95.5 x 2 cm

  • Melissa graduated from Lasalle College of The Arts, Singapore, with a BA(Hons) in Fine Arts. She is interested in themes of transience and beauty of the ephemeral. Her current project revolves around landscapes and the process of formation. She has since participated in group exhibitions at Richard Koh Fine Art and The Singapore Show: Future Proof, Singapore Art Museum at 8Q and exhibited in group shows in France and London. Recently she had taken part in the Dena Foundation Artist Residency Program in Paris.

    Melissa Tan

    Education2011 Lasalle BA Degree With Second Class

    Honours (1st Division) Fine Arts

    2006 Singapore Chinese Girls School, GCE O levels

    Solo Exhibitions2014 And the Darkest Hour Is Just before Dawn,

    Richard Koh Fine Art, Singapore

    Group Exhibitions2015 Art Stage 2015, Singapore

    2014 Modern Love, Lasalle College of the Arts, Singapore

    2013 Primavera 2, CNEAI, Chatou, Ile des impressionnistes, Paris Strarta Art Fair, Saatchi Gallery, London Looking for Time, The Private Museum, Singapore Discovering New Endeavors, Richard Koh Fine Art, Singapore

    2012 Looking for Space, 71 Sultan Gate, Singapore Expression, Dahlia Gallery, Singapore Okto Channel: Watch This Space Season 2, Singapore The Singapore Show: Future Proof, Singapore Art Museum at 8Q, Singapore

    2011 SPORE Art Salon 8, Singapore Kartestudio, at Orchard Central, Human Activities By Roshni Rao, Melissa Tan and Jodi Tan, Singapore National Geographic, at VivoCity Chaos.Peace.Love. This is Harmony By i-AM 2011, Project

    Xingmu, Valerie Yang, Melissa Tan and Peenut Lee, Singapore

    2010 Lasalle College of the Arts, Edgeworthia Gardneri , Singapore Artist assistant (Andreas Schlegel), Interactive mural, Youth Olympic Village, NTU, Singapore Lasalle College of the Arts, Kariyaworks, Singapore Artist assistant (Alfred Patrick Storey), Singapore, Untitled film, Film festival

    2009 Lasalle College of the Arts, Tape it up, Singapore Lasalle College of the Arts, Almost Accidental, Singapore Artist assistant (Betty Susiarjo), Someday we will know, Lasalle College of the Arts, Singapore

    2008 Fujitstu New Year New Hopes, Singapore Lasalle College of the Arts, Man-made this, Singapore

    Residency Program2013 National Art Council and Dena Foundation

    Artist Residency Programme (Paris, France)

    The Weight of Time 12014 Silkscreen on papercut and laser cut stainless steel 112 (H) x 55 (W) x 116 (L) cm

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    Catalogue 2015 Richard Koh Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur

    Artwork and Images 2015 Richard Koh Fine Art

    This catalog is published to accompany Art Stage 2015, Singapore on 22 to 25 January 2015.

    Pa r t i c i p a t i n g A r t i s t s

    Attasit Aniwatchon

    Natee Utarit

    Nadiah Bamadhaj

    Wong Perng Fey

    Kedsuda Loogthong

    Yeoh Choo Kuan

    Haffendi Anuar

    Maitree Siriboon

    Melissa Tan

    Richard Koh Fine Art has been in operation since 2005 and is regarded as a pioneer for introducing Southeast Asian contemporary art to Malaysia and the region. Promoting an adventurous roster of emerging and established Southeast Asian artists, the gallery regularly mounts exhibitions locally and abroad with a commitment to emerging practices and challenging media.

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