It's not every day that you get to see the works of over 21 critically-acclaimed artists in one space. Well, STPI's 2022 Annual Special Exhibition is your chance to do so. STPI Creative Workshop and Gallery has long been a platform for top local and international artists to develop groundbreaking projects in print and paper through access to STPI resources and in-house master printers. Now, 41 of those artworks from the gallery's past two decades of creative collaborations will be on display.
Called Second Movement, a title borrowed from a series of prints created in 1978 by Anni Albers that now reside in the Singapore Art Museum's Tyler Collection, the exhibition features works from the likes of Alfredo & Isabel Aquilizan, Heman Chong, Genevieve Chua, Richard Deacon, Han Sai Por, and more. The diverse collection defies conceptions of traditional prints – instead of highlighting artworks that are unconventional for their largely three-dimensional, spatial features cast in various mediums, including acrylic sheets, stainless steel, and even vegetables.
Throughout the exhibition's run from June 11 to July 24, you can look forward to supporting tours, workshops, performances, film screenings and panel discussions too. STPI's Second Movement is free to enter – to find out more, visit stpi.com.sg.