SIAPA NAMA KAMU? ART IN SINGAPORE SINCE THE 19TH CENTURY
from the 19th century to the present, charting major themes across broad time periods. Over 400 works of art in a wide range of media are brought together to trace the ebb and flow of the history of Singapore art. Curatorial essays provide insight into the exhibition that considers the parameters of time and nation in relation to the history of art in Singapore.
Edited by Low Sze Wee
290 × 250 mm
310 pages, hardback
285 colour and 28 b/w illustrations
Published November 2015