Minimalism at National Gallery Singapore

Minimalism at National Gallery Singapore

Minimalism at National Gallery Singapore.

Synopsis See more through less at the first Minimalism exhibition in Southeast Asia.

National Gallery Singapore and ArtScience Museum collaborate for the first time to present the region’s first exhibition focusing on Minimalism.

Led by the National Gallery Singapore and set across these two sites, over 150 works will explore the history and legacy of this ground-breaking art movement, which continues to influence a wide range of art forms and practitioners across the world today.

Featuring international artists like Mark Rothko, Donald Judd, Anish Kapoor, Ai Weiwei, and Mona Hatoum, as well as Singaporean artists like Kim Lim, Tang Da Wu, and Jeremy Sharma.

The exhibition at National Gallery Singapore will display close to 100 artworks and explore the origins and development of Minimal art and ideas from its inception to the present day, as well as present Minimalism’s ongoing influence on contemporary artists, performance, music and film.

The exhibition also features immersive site-specific installations and programmes, as well as unique experiences such as the Martin Creed Café takeover of the Gallery & Co.


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