Join us in this talk with T. K. Sabapathy, as he shares keen insights about local artist Cheong Soo Pieng and his innovative composing processes as a pioneer of East-West modernism since the 1950s.
T. K. Sabapathy, born in 1938, is Singapore’s foremost art historian, curator and critic. For four decades, he has devoted his life to the research, documentation and support of contemporary visual arts in Singapore and Malaysia.
He has been a lecturer of art history at the National University of Singapore, Nanyang Technological Institution and National Institute of Education. He set up and headed Singapore’s pioneer art research facilities, the Contemporary Asian Art Centre and subsequently, Asia Contemporary. He has also written countless articles, books, catalogues and artist monographs, making an invaluable contribution to the study of art in Southeast Asia, and is well respected for his scholarship and beloved for his tireless advocacy of art and artists of Singapore and Malaysia.
Venue: STPI, 41 Robertson Quay Singapore 238236
When: 19 Jan 2019, 3.30pm - 4.30pm