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One of the featured works in the exhibition is Roy Lichtenstein's Reflections on the Scream (1990, 166 x 124.2 cm, Lithograph on white Somerset, mould-made; metalised PVC plastic film, screen print, woodcut, collage, embossing). The work is from the collection of Singapore Art Museum and the image is courtesy of Singapore Art Museum, with copyright given from the estate of Roy Lichtenstein.
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Another of the works featured in STPI's current summer show is Han Sai Por's Nestles 6 (2013, 102 x 127 cm, wood block, coloured STPI handmade cotton paper).
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A highlight from STPI's current show is David Hockney's Lithographic Water Made of Lines and Crayon (Pool II-B) ((1978-1980, edition of 42). The work is from the collection of Singapore Art Museum.
EXHIBITION

Looking good on paper 

Print and papermaking institute STPI's current show is a display of strength.
Jun 26, 2015 5:50 AM

ONE of the best art exhibitions at the moment is STPI's annual summer show. From the moment you step into the Robertson Quay gallery, your eyes are greeted on the left by two alluring David Hockney lithographs of a swimming pool - that icon of 1960s hedonism the artist has become associated with