The Artist’s Voice is the first show in a series of thematic exhibitions presented by The Parkview Museum aimed at exploring the complexity of our historical time through the narrative language of contemporary art. The Artist’s Voice will be inaugarated on 17 November 2017 and will run until 17 March 2018. Parkview Museum Singapore will be the first stop for this exhibition.
The exhibition, curated by the internationally acclaimed curator and art historian Lorand Hegyi, features 34 contemporary artists from various countries and across different generations. These works suggest a strong belief in the ethical character and powerful mission of contemporary art to convey visual metaphors about human existence, through strong expressive language which reinforces and highlights the emotional, passionate and human character of contemporary art.
This exhibition focuses on the capacity and competence of contemporary art to transfer essential messages and existential revelations about life, truth, historical visions, ethical values, anthropological constellations. In a historical period dominated by a sense of crisis, disillusionment, instability and disorientation, the artist has the power and the responsibility to send their messages about human perspectives, creating new connections between different fields and experiences and providing multiple systems of interpreting the complexity of contemporary reality.
Venue: The Parkview Museum Singapore, Parkview Square, 600 North Bridge Road, Level 3, Singapore 188778
Opening Hours: 11:00 – 19:00, Monday to Saturday, closed on Sunday
When: 17 Nov 2017 - 17 Mar 2018,