The big picture: what's next for the arts in Singapore?

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Abstract

A series of online interviews by Marius Kwint with art world insiders in Singapore, enquiring into the situation for the arts during the COVID-19 pandemic, the nature of the changes that have taken place and the likely futures. Hosted by the Sundaram Tagore Gallery Singapore and supported by the National Arts Council of Singapore.

Interviewer: Marius Kwint. Interviewees: Ute Meta Bauer, Louis Ho, Khai Houry, Nicholas Ong, Jo Shropshire, Sundaram Tagore, Kim Tay.

From the YouTube information:
"In anticipation of Singapore Art Week 2021, we sat down with Singapore curators, gallerists, an artist and a collector to talk about the lessons of the past year and how we can insure the visual arts in Singapore thrive. We filmed these casual conversations in order to preserve a record of this unprecedented moment in time and ignite discussion about how we can create, share, exhibit and collect art in the challenging environment Covid has created."
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationSingapore
PublisherSundaram Tagore Gallery
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 21 Jan 2021

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