Shaping the Early Discourse of Southeast Asian Contemporary Art: Japan, Australia and Singapore

Category - seminars
Shaping the Early Discourse of Southeast Asian Contemporary Art: Japan, Australia and Singapore Date: Monday, 22nd February 2016 Time: 7pm-9pm Venue: Block F, Room 202, LASALLE College of the Arts Synopsis: This forum is intended to be a conversation between three curators from Japan, Australia and Singapore who were involved in exhibitions that had influenced and shaped the early discourse Read more....

Encountering Alterity: Linguistic Opacity in Visual Art

Category - annual lecture 2016
Professor David Clarke will deliver the 5th MA Asian Art Histories Annual Lecture on 10th March 2016 Distinguished Speaker : Professor David Clarke Thursday 10th March 2016 7.00pm-9.00pm Block F Level 2 #F202 LASALLE College of the Arts 1 McNally Street Free admission (on a first-come first-served basis) RSVP: wulandani.dirgantoro@lasalle.edu.sg A reception will follow There Read more....

Masters of Arts Asian Art Histories

Category - admission
The MA in Asian Art Histories is the first taught MA Programme in any tertiary institution to focus on Asian modern and contemporary art histories. While Asian art history programmes traditionally focus on the classical periods or grand traditions, the LASALLE Programme gives students the opportunity to lead original research in largely underexplored fields, investigate recently Read more....

A Review of Reframing Modernism: Painting from Southeast Asia, Europe and Beyond

Category - exhibition reviews
by Luke Chua The first international exhibition of the National Gallery Singapore (NGS), titled Reframing Modernism, rides on the huge waves generated by the opening of the Gallery as one of the largest visual art museums in the region in November 2015. The exhibition aim is impressive: to reframe the understanding of modernism which has been built by decades of art historical scholarship. While Read more....