Bridging Through the Age: An Intergenerational Collaborative Exhibition

Bridging Through the Age: An Intergenerational Collaborative Exhibition

13 January – 3 February 2022
Maya Gallery (go to Google maps)
11 AM - 6 PM
Closed on Sundays and Mondays
Free Admission

Bridging Through the Age: An Intergenerational Collaborative Exhibition

To mark the 60th Anniversary of the association; Angkatan Pelukis Aneka Daya (APAD) would like to present an exhibition that represents the crux of the association, through an intergenerational collaborative effort that bridges the creative minds of our artists.

Addressing and overcoming marginalized issue of age-segregation, Bridging Through the Age showcases the conclusive works of nine pairs of intergenerational artists. Each body of work is a manifestation of shared experience and expertise while embarking on a fantastical journey of unlearning and relearning differences and bridging the ‘generation gap’ through the spirit of art making. Evermore as we are living in the “age of zenosyne” and our external realities are swiftly shifting perspectives while our moments crash like tidal waves, no other time is better than now for us to be engaged and shape our future through social cohesion.

Through this exhibition we ponder and slowly become aware of how we acknowledge the metaphors we lived by and that the invisible threads of relationships are indeed the strongest ties that bind.

Image Credits: Abu Jalal Sarimon and Nafsiah Mohd, 'Di Mana Dia Anak Kambing Saya' (detail), 2021.

List of Artists: Nhawfal Juma'at, Salleh Jaapar, Dino Hafian, Muddmitaq, Abu Jalal Sarimon, Nafsiah Mohd, Ezzam Rahman, Fajrina Razak, Sujak Rahman, Fazelah Abas, Masturah Sha'ari, Rofi, Ramli Nawee, Maisarah Kamal, Noor Ezan Khatib, Nur Fazera Makrof, Noor Rahman Saini. 

9 Tagore Lane #04-10 Singapore 787472
12 – 16 January 2022
Artist from the Federation of Art Society will display 40 pieces of artworks.
Holland Village, 43 Jalan Merah Saga Singapore 278115
10 January – 10 March 2022
A unique group exhibition of Taksu artists featuring 20+ paintings and sculptures. In keeping with our dedication to exhibiting and promoting local and international contemporary art in Southeast Asia, a group of 7 artists participating will be highlighted in the gallery space devoted exclusively to this series