Please enable Javascript
to use the shopping cart.
Shopping Cart ()
Checkout
Exhibition Publications
Prev Next Page 3 of 5 / View all
Strategies Towards the Real: S. Sudjojono and Contemporary Indonesian Art Texts by: Agus Burhan, Aminuddin Siregar, Amir Sidharta, Rifky Effendy, Wang Zineng; translations by Nita Noor Soelistyaningati, Sherry Kasman Entus and Winny Soendaroe Published by NUS Museum, Singapore 2008 96 pages, softcover Languages: English and Bahasa Indonesia Price: RM95.00

Add to cart
Catalogue to an impressive exhibition curated by Wang Zineng at NUS Museum, drawing on the legacy of modern Indonesian giant S. Sudjono and the development of of realist approaches in Indonesian contemporary art.
Foundations : The Consolation of Museology Texts by Michael Lee, Nadim Abbas, Lilian Chee, Tang Kwok Hin, Nicholas Escoffier, Brenda Goh, han, Willie Koh. Published by Studio Bibliotheque, Hong Kong & WORM, Singapore. 2008 192 pages, soft cover. Comes with 'Hinterland' CD enclosed in the back cover. Language : English Weight : 500gm Price: RM160.00

Add to cart
Foundations : The Consolation of Museology and Hinterland (CD) are companion documents to Michael Lee's beautifully-conceived installation, The Consolations of Museology, first exhibited at the 3rd Guangzhou Triennial 2008 (Independent Projects Section).
Documents : The $100,000 gallery of art Texts by Michael Lee, Torrance Goh, Dr Ho Kok Hoe, Seng Yu Jin and Lilian Chee Published by WORM, Singapore Art Museum, Studio Bibliotheque, Singapore. 2007 52 pages, soft cover with accompanying CD of 'Interview with the architect Dr Ho Kok Hoe. Language : English Weight: 200gm Price: RM25.00

Add to cart
Documents : The $100,000 gallery of art compiles text, image and audio materials related to a book art installation The $100,000 gallery of art by Michael Lee Hong Hwee, inspired by early plans for building a national art institution in Singapore. It includes a letter from art philanthropist Loke Wan Tho to architect Dr Ho Kok Hoe, and is accompanied by key archival materials from local newspapers. Images include sketches and photographs of the work-in-progress as well as the completed installation. Audio consists of an interview with Dr Ho on a CD. The book art installation was shown as part of the exhibition From Words to Pictures: Art During the Emergency at Singapore Art Museum in 2007.
Between Generations: 50 Years Across Modern Art in Malaysia Editorial: Hasnul J Saidon & Beverly Yong Texts by: A. Paiman, Anurendra Jegadeva, Ahmad Fuad Osman, Chai Chang Hwang, Chang Yoong Chia, Chuah Chong Yong, Hasnul J Saidon, Ise (Roslisham Ismail), Jalaini Abu Hassan, Noor Mahnun Mohamed, Nur Hanim Khairuddin, Ramlan Abdullah, Sharmiza Abu Hassan, Tan Sei Hon, Yap Sau Bin and Yee I-Lann; translations by Hasnul J Saidon, Azrul Razak and Crystal Woo Published by University of Malaya, Universiti Sains Malaysia & Valentine Willie Fine Art 2007 Designed by: Studio MMCMM 142 pages, softcover Languages: Bahasa Malaysia, English Price: RM80.00

Add to cart
A publication accompanying the exhibition of the same name held in 2007, proposing a dialogue between pre and post Independent generations of Malaysian artists.
Michael Lee Body Meets Building Edited by Low Jat Leng Texts by Han Kiang Siew, Mindwasabi, Lindy Poh Published by Micheal Lee Hong Hwee, Singapore. 2005 128 pages, soft cover. Language : English Weight : 300 gm Price: RM50.00

Add to cart
Michael Lee : When a Body Meets a Building was published as a companion to When A Body Meets a Building, a first solo exhibition held in August 2004 in Singapore, documenting selected bodies of work and exploring the artist's practice and concerns through in-depth interviews.
Picturing Relations: Simryn Gill & Tino Djumini With essays by Ahmad Mashadi, Shabbir Hussain Mustafa and Lilian Chee; forewords by Christine Khor and Roger Tol Published by NUS Museum, Singapore 2007 114 pages, softcover Language: English OUT OF STOCK Price: RM65.00

Add to cart
Catalogue to the exhibition of the same title, providing lucid documentation and discussion of two major bodies of photographic work in Southeast Asia: Dalam by Simryn Gill and Relatives - Kerabat by TIno Djumini.
Cheong Soo Pieng: Visions Of Southeast Asia Editor : Yeo Wei Wei With essays by : Seng Yu Jin and Grace Tng Published by The National Art Gallery, Singapore. 2010 280 pages, soft cover Price: RM195.00

Add to cart
Cheong Soo Pieng was a pioneer artist who created visually fresh pictures of Southeast Asia's landscapes and peoples. By integrating the artistic traditions of both the East and the West, Cheong Soo Pieng was a visionary who broke new ground in the way the tropics were portrayed. Cheong Soo Pieng: Visions of Southeast Asia pays tribute to and celebrates the life and work of a brilliant artist whose works - from painting to sculpture and mixed media - single him out as the most versatile and experimental artist of his generation. Never before have Cheong Soo Pieng's works been so comprehensively and beautifully reproduced in book form. Amongst the 199 illustrations, including old photographs and sketches from private collections never-before revealed to the public. Published in conjunction with the exhibitions Cheong Soo Pieng : Bridging Worlds, organised by Seng Yu Jin and Grace Tng from 15 September - 26 December 2010.
Coretan: Recent Works by Yunizar With texts by: Ahmad Mashadi, Enin Supriyanto, Dr Parveen Sandhu and Aminudin Siregar Published by Gajah Gallery, Singapore. 2007 86 pages, softcover Language: English Price: RM40.00

Add to cart
Catalogue to the exhibition of the same title by the most senior member of the Jendela art group from Indonesia, at NUS Museum, Singapore.
Spacing Identities: J. Ariadhitya Pramuhendra With essays by Aminudin TH Siregar and Shabbir Hussain Mustafa; forewords by Ahmad Mashadi and Binarul Anas Zaman Published by NUS Museum, Singapore 2009 72 pages, softcover Language: English Price: RM72.00

Add to cart
Catalogue to the exhibition of the same title by this emerging Indonesian artist.
Chang Fee Ming: Mekong - Exploring the Source Editorial: Beverly Yong Essays by Professor Guo Jing and Christine Rohani Longuet, introduction by Beverly Yong, foreword by Raja Nazrin Shah; translations by Chai Chang Hwang Published by Valentine Willie Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur 2008 Designed by: Studio MMCMM 86 pages, softcover Languages: English, Chinese Price: RM80.00

Add to cart
Chang Fee Ming: Mekong - Exploring the Source
Prev Next Page 3 of 5 / View all