Chinese ink painting has a very long tradition rooted in Chinese history and culture. Despite the production of large numbers of Ink Art and a sizeable collector base, it hardly features significantly in chronicles of contemporary art. Is Chinese ink painting facing an invisibility crisis?
Artist Hong Sek Chern shares her experiences as an art practitioner who worked with the medium for last twenty years. Sek Chern is a recipient of the Young Artist Award awarded by the National Arts Council, and has represented Singapore at the Sao Paolo Biennial and Shenzhen Ink Painting Biennial.
Venue: Telok Kurau Studios, 91 Lorong J Telok Kurau, Singapore 425985
When: 21 Jan 2018, 3.30pm - 4.30pm