Tang Da Wu
Metal and mirror
Approximate dimensions: 329 x 454 x 83 cm
Located in the northern terrain of Singapore, Sembawang is known for its natural landscape and rich historical and colonial narratives.
This exhibition double bill will assemble several exhibits that reflect Singapore's unique heritage and geographical location as seen through the eyes of eminent local artist and teacher, Tang Da Wu.
Featuring symbolic installations, the first exhibition titled Sembawang: The D.D. Land documented the yesteryear of Sembawang as well as Da Wu's representation of the myths and legends of this landscape.
Sembagraphie is the second exhibition that showcases Da Wu’s journal of Sembawang. 100 drawings illustrate his personal experiences and observations of this unique landscape.
Interactive dialogues, including an Art Students' Seminar and workshops will also be held as part of this exhibition.
Saturday, 5 October 2019, 7pm - 8pm
Stitchen Haus da Opera will be performing ‘Stitchen Stitch' at the foyer. *
What Students Want in Art Lessons
Art Students' Seminar with Tang Da Wu
Tuesday, 8 October 2019, 12.25pm – 2.25pm
Tuesday, 15 October 2019, 12.25pm – 2.25pm
In 2017, a series of Art Teachers' Seminar was organised during Hak Tai's Bow, Brother's Pool and Our Children: Tang Da Wu exhibitions. In this year’s programme, the dialogue sessions will evolve into seminars for art students.
There will also be a series of workshops by Tang Da Wu on how an artist works and thinks. Sessions are to be arranged upon request.
* All events are held at The Ngee Ann Kongsi Galleries 1 & 2 except otherwise stated.
Admission is free.
Please register your interest with [email protected]