IMPART Collectors' Show 2019: Fabulous Monsters

IMPART Collectors' Show 2019: Fabulous Monsters

WHEN
17 January – 2 February 2019
VENUE
ArtScience Museum
OPENING HOURS
Opens Daily 10am–7pm
ADMISSION
Free Admission
WEBSITE
http://www.artoutreachsingapore.org/impart-collectors-show/

IMPART Collectors' Show 2019: Fabulous Monsters

The IMPART Collectors' Show features visually arresting works of Asian contemporary art from Singapore-based collections, demonstrating the depth of engagement and risk-taking among private collectors based in Singapore.

In times of conflict and uncertainty, one of the responses of contemporary artists has been a retreat from the horrors of our social-political realities into an inner world of dreams. Yet this trajectory is no simple escape from life. The dream-like worlds created by contemporary artists demonstrates how the rich repertoire of visual iconography in Asia can be deployed to critique current social-political fractures. 

Organised by Art Outreach with curatorial advisor and jury chair of the IMPART awards, Tan Boon Hui who is also the Vice President of Global Arts & Cultural Programs and Director of Asia Society Museum. Supported by ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands. 

Opening Reception
16 January, 7.30 pm

Public Tours (conducted in English): 
19, 20, 26 & 27 January
Various Times

To register for the talks and tours, please visit artoutreachsingapore.peatix.com/.

IMPART Panel Discussion: Branding in Southeast Asian Art
26 January, 11.30am–12.30pm
To register, please visit here.

IMPART Panel Discussion: Private collecting, public legacies?
26 January, 11.30am–12.30pm
To register, please visit here.

Briek, Hyun Soo Kim, 2008. Image courtesy of Art Outreach Singapore
Exhibition
The Arts House
15 – 21 January 2019
My Journey is an exhibition that features and celebrates multi-disciplinary artist and Cultural Medallion Award winner Chng Seok Tin and her art, organised by Very Special Arts (VSA) and supported by National Arts Council.
Esplanade–Theatres on the Bay
17 January – 7 April 2019
What would the Earth look like in the distant future? How would it evolve as a result of the way mankind treats it?
Esplanade–Theatres on the Bay
17 January – 31 March 2019
A portrait is not just a representation of a person’s likeness.
Esplanade–Theatres on the Bay
17 January – 31 March 2019
Ink Mountain 墨山 is Mark Chan’s personal and unique vision of the world where his paintings and calligraphy in Chinese brush and ink on distressed paper take centre stage.