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Artist Talk | 'Singapore's Intertwined Roots' exhibition opening, artists' talk for American Women's Association of Singapore

  • Intersections 34 Kandahar Street Singapore, 198892 Singapore (map)

On the opening day of group exhibition Singapore's Intertwined Roots, Nicola Anthony delivers an artist talk with fellow artists Kavita Issar Batra and Julayla Jalil, and curator and gallerist Marie Pierre Molfor, for the American Women's Association of Singapore.

About exhibition Singapore's Intertwined Roots:

Since the 15th century, Singapore has been at the crossroads of commercial routes. From China and central Asia to Europe, from Yemen and Oman to Singapore, merchants have travelled with the monsoon winds and stopped over in Singapore exchanging silk, spices, fragrances and more. Rich cultural interactions occurred in the wake of these commercial exchanges. 

This group show proposes to discover Singapore’s cultural roots through artworks by Armenian, Malay, Chinese and Indian artists: Sharis Garabedian, Julayla Jalil, June Lee Yu Juan, Pang, Marc Nair, Kavita Issar Batra, Nicola Anthony.

Singapore's Intertwined Roots
Earlier Event: February 13
Auction of limited edition prints
Later Event: March 14
Singapore's Intertwined Roots