In 1980, Singaporean artist Tang Da Wu presented his seminal Earth Work exhibition at the National Museum Art Gallery. Featuring land art interventions, earth installations and mineral pigment drawings, it was shut down after three days and moved to the Sin Chew Jit Poh promotion centre.
This exhibition revisits that moment in 1980, displaying original artworks and re-creations alongside archival photographs, to explore the conceptual turn in Singapore’s art history.
Venue: Concourse Gallery 2, National Gallery Singapore
When: 22 Jan - 29 May 2016,