IMPART Collectors' Show 2020: Material Agendas

IMPART Collectors' Show 2020: Material Agendas

WHEN
10 – 19 January 2020
VENUE
SOTA Art Gallery
OPENING HOURS
Opens daily 10am–7pm
ADMISSION
Free Admission
WEBSITE
https://www.artoutreachsingapore.peatix.com

IMPART Collectors' Show 2020: Material Agendas

Now in its third edition, the IMPART Collectors’ Show is a marquee event on the Singapore Art Week calendar. Presented by Art Outreach Singapore Limited, the Collectors’ Show is an opportunity for selected local and regional collectors to share their passion as well as advocacy for local and regional art and artists, allowing local audiences to enjoy access to key works that are held in private collections.

The main aspiration of the Collectors’ Show is to bring together the “market, the makers and the masses”, as it is part of IMPART’s program objective to not only to cultivate and support emerging art talents but also encourage art collectors and the public to understand, appreciate and support our local visual art communities.

Featuring works by artists including Yinka Shonibare, Kehinde Wiley, Bharti Kher, El Anatsui, Eko Nugroho and indieguerillas, this edition of the IMPART Collectors’ Show celebrates the transgressive spirit of artists boldly transforming materials into strange, odd and exhilarating forms.

I've Seen an Elephant Fly, Bharti Kher, 2002. Image courtesy of the artist and Nature Morte
Bras Basah Complex
11 January – 11 February 2020
This annually curated show aims to promote the art industries in Singapore and to challenge the normal exhibition concept via a collective of galleries hosting under one roof.
Art Fair & Galleries
DECK
15 November 2019 – 22 January 2020
Photography in its own history is closely associated with reality.
National Design Singapore
17 – 19 January 2020
Revealing a fragment of the lesser-known ‘culture tribe’ from the underbelly of our island state, Atypical Singapore presents the art of emerging contemporary Singaporean artists.
Exhibition
Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts
18 January 2020
Commonly known as the forward-slash in text and writing, the oblique, an upward-sloping diagonal line, seems somewhat oxymoronic.