Intersections of Abstraction is a multi-disciplinary art exhibition featuring the works of five talented female artists: Miyuki Yokomizo (b.1968) and Yu Tanaka (b.1989) from Japan, and Agnes Lim (b.1977), Daisy Toh (b.1994) and Nurlisa Ho (b.1989) from Singapore. This fascinating exhibition explores the intersections of artistic expressions and celebrates the unique voices of these remarkable artists while highlighting the harmonious connections forged through the exploration of texture, materiality, and personal narratives.
The group exhibition offers a unique multi-dimensional sensory experience highlighting the beauty of individuality in the artistic realm. All five artists captivate viewers with their ability to convey complex emotions through the interplay of texture and form. They bring together their distinct artistic forms, creating a fascinating narrative that simultaneously embraces diversity and unity. Through their creations, viewers are invited to explore the intersection of personal stories, textures, and materiality, discovering the profound connections that exist within the realm of abstraction.
Venue: Mulan Gallery, 36 Armenian Street #01-07, (Entrance facing Loke Yew Street), Singapore 179934
When: 8 Sep - 20 Oct 2023, Tuesday to Saturday: 11.30am – 6.30pm
By: Mulan Gallery