The Making of an Institution

Chasing the Light-stillhttp://ntu.ccasingapore.org/exhibitions/the-making-of-an-institution/

The Making of an Institution is curated by Ute Meta Bauer, Founding Director, Anna Lovecchio, Curator, Residencies, and Anca Rujoiu, Manager, Publications.

11 February 2017 — 7 May 2017

Location; NTU CCA Singapore,  Block 43 Malan Road, Singapore 109443  (Gillman Barracks)

Among the contributors are former and current Artists-, Curators-, Writers-, and Curators-in-Residence, Research Fellows and other invited participants: åbäke (United Kingdom), Hamra Abbas(Pakistan/United States), Rodolfo Andaur (Chile), Diana Campbell Betancourt (United States/Philippines/ Bangladesh), Dinu Bodiciu (Romania/Singapore), Kray Chen (Singapore), Chris Chong Chan Fui (Malaysia), Heman Chong (Malaysia/Singapore) and Renée Staal(Taiwan/Netherlands), Weixin Chong (Singapore), Choy Ka Fai (Singapore), Ann Demeester(Belgium/Netherlands), Rosemary Forde (Australia), Marc Glöde (Germany/Singapore), Yuko Hasegawa (Japan), Bani Haykal (Singapore), Bahbak Hashemi-Nezhad (Iran/United Kingdom), Maria Hlavajova (Netherlands), Ho Rui An (Singapore), James Jack (United States/Japan), siren eun young jung (South Korea), Christoph Knoth (Netherlands), Koh Nguang How (Singapore), Wilfried Kuehn(Germany), Bastien von Lehsten (Germany), Li Ran (China), Loo Zihan (Singapore), Zulkifle Mahmod(Singapore), Ato Malinda (Kenya/Netherlands), Alice Miceli (Brazil), Laura Miotto (Italy/Singapore), Regina Möller (Germany/Singapore), Arjuna Neuman (United States), UuDam Tran Nguyen (Vietnam), Nikos Papastergiadis (Australia), Jegan Vincent de Paul (Canada/Singapore), Emily Pethick (United Kingdom), Thao-Nguyen Phan (Vietnam), Souliya Phoumivong (Laos), Ana Prvački (Serbia/United States), Arin Rungjang (Thailand), anGie seah (Singapore), Jeremy Sharma (Singapore), SHIMURAbros(Japan/Germany), Alec Steadman (United Kingdom/Indonesia) and Sanne Oorthuizen(Netherlands/Indonesia), Anocha Suwichakornpong (Thailand), Erika Tan (Singapore/United Kingdom), Guo-Liang Tan (Singapore), Tan Pin Pin (Singapore), Philip Tinari (United States/China), John Tirman (United States), Mona Vătămanu & Florin Tudor (Romania), Bo Wang (China/Germany, United States), Farah Wardani (Indonesia/Singapore), Tamara Weber (United States), Jason Wee(Singapore), and Otty Widasari (Indonesia).

Residencies OPEN: Art Day Out! at NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore

Residencies OPEN offers a rare insight into the often introverted sphere of the artists’ studio. Through showcasing discussions, performances, research and works-in-progress, Residencies OPEN profiles the diversity of contemporary art practice and the divergent ways artists conceive artwork with the studio as a constant space for experimentation and research.

This edition of Residencies OPEN as part of Art Day Out! at Gillman Barracks – Year End Edition features video installations and several book-related projects. Participants include Artists-in-Residence Heman Chong (Singapore), Ho Rui An (Singapore), Arin Rungjang (Thailand), SHIMURAbros (Japan/Germany), and Tamara Weber (United States).

SHIMURAbros (Japan/Germany)

Block 37 Malan Road, Studio #01-04

During their residency, SHIMURAbros will expand their previous research on Singapore’s archaeology and film history to explore the reverse trajectories and movements of various archaeological items from Southeast Asia to Singapore. Their research materials include books, photographs, documents, films, and archival footage.

In 24!= the artists rearranged the 24 frames composing one second in the first feature-length motion picture with synchronized sound, The Jazz Singer (1927), when the sentence “You ain’t heard nothing yet” is spoken, according to all the possible permutations of the 24 frames. The time needed to screen the whole film exceeds the life-span of a star.

http://ntu.ccasingapore.org/residencies/shimurabros/

ART021 SHANGHAI Contemporary Art Fair

ART021 SHANGHAI Contemporary Art Fairにて新作”Focus Char 5″を発表します。

2016 ART021 SHANGHAI Contemporary Art Fair(Tokyo Gallery+BTAP stand: E03)

会期:2016年11月10日(木)- 11月13日(日)  

会場:上海展覧中心, 延安中路1000號, 中国  

■Main Galleries Sector (Booth: E03):Tokyo Gallery + BTAP

アーティスト:白髪一雄 ,高松次郎,菅木志雄,小清水漸,榎倉康二,杉山功,SHIMURAbros 

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It gives us great pleasure to inform you that we will be exhibiting “Focus Chart 5”  2016 ART021 SHANGHAI Contemporary Art Fair.  

Dates: November 10 (thur) – 13 (sun), 2016

Location: Shanghai Exhibition Center, Shanghai, 1000 Yan’an Rd.

Stand: Main Galleries Sector (Booth: E03) Tokyo Gallery+BTAP

Artist: Kazuo Shiraga, Jiro Takamatsu, Kishio Suga, Susumu Koshimizu, Koji Enokura, Isao Sugiyama, SHIMURAbros

http://www.tokyo-gallery.com/en/

Being and Inking – Documenting Contemporary Ink Art

2016.6.5—2016.8.8  红专厂当代艺术馆

RMCA announces “Being and Inking – Documenting Contemporary Ink Art (2001-2016)” opening June 5 in Guangzhou

This exhibition is the most important special subject literature study show followed after “China: 20 years of ink experiment (1980-2001) ” of Guangdong Museum of Art in 2001 planned by Pi Daojian and Wang Huangsheng, who was the curator. The artistic work will be divided into two big special subjects, that is, “Being and Inking”, followed by five units, including “Savoring Hsiang”, “Viewing Tao”, “New World”, “Substance-Function” and “Circulation-Alternation”.

http://www.redtory.com.cn/index.php/Exhibition/