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SINGAPORE. Asian Contemporary Art from Private Collections on show at SAM
25/02/2012 12:23:22

The Collectors Show: Chimera brings together major works of Asian contemporary art from private collections around the world. A tribute to the art patrons of today, the exhibition offers an insight into the breadth and richness of private art collections, introducing visitors to the personal visions and passions that shape them.

Titled Chimera, a deliberately evocative word that references both the mythological hybrid monster and the idea of an illusion, fantasy, or delusion, the exhibition presents contemporary art in all its various and hybrid forms, from painting to sculpture, to new media and interactive multi-media. The works selected eschew conventional spectacle in favour of a reflection on vision and visuality, offering up visually seductive surfaces tinged with undercurrents of anxiety. These artworks remind us of the spectres of our age – questions and issues which continue to haunt us and test our judgement at every turn and corner of our new millennium.

The Collectors Show: Chimera, running through 25 March 2012, is a parallel event of Art Stage Singapore 2012 and independently organised by the Singapore Art Museum.

For more information, please visit  www.singaporeartmuseum.sg

Image:  Sheba Chhachhi, Winged Pilgrims: A Chronicle From Asia, 2006, installation, variable dimensions, collection of Amrita Jhaveri and artist collection. Image courtesy of the artist. Source:  www.singaporeartmuseum.sg

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