Artist and Empire: (En)countering Colonial Legacies

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It’s said that for every moment in time, there’s a representation of it captured in the form of art. The British Empire is no exception, and in National Gallery Singapore’s latest exhibition, you’ll get a contemporary perspective on the rise of modern art in former British colonies. Presented in association with London’s Tate Britain, examine over 200 works from the 16th Century to present, including pieces by artists Lee Wen, Andrew Gilbert and Michael Cook.

Don’t forget to drop by the Supreme Court Foyer for artist Wong Hoy Cheong’s reimagining of a living room, constructed from architectural fixtures salvaged during the upgrading of the former Supreme Court and City Hall.

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