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Ju Ming's sculptures are now more abstract, re-interpreting the human spirit and energy embodied in taichi.

Ju Ming's fluid forms in stone

Since last year, the Art Gallery Association of Singapore has been organising Art In Motion (AIM), a series of exhibition openings and artist talks at some of Singapore’s best galleries. Because the 18 participating galleries are spread around the island, there will be an AIM bus taking you to and from the different galleries. Check out the full programme on agas.org.sg. Among the programme highlights are Suzann Victor’s show at STPI and Ju Ming’s sculptures at the Botanic Garden, courtesy of iPreciation Gallery
Jan 16, 2015 5:50 AM

TAIWANESE Ju Ming's sculptures are Asian art icons, thanks to his giant stone sculptures in taichi poses that he began making in the late 1970s.

Now on show at the Botanic Gardens are 15 of his works made in the 1990s to 2000, and they are much more abstract than his older works - a