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Among the 24 artworks making their debut as a Singapore collective in London next week to celebrate the nation's golden jubilee are Donna Ong's Cocoon: Garden of Waiting Virgins (above) and Cultural Medallion recipient Lee Wen's iconic Ping-Pong Go Round III

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Among the 24 artworks making their debut as a Singapore collective in London next week to celebrate the nation's golden jubilee are Donna Ong's Cocoon: Garden of Waiting Virgins and Cultural Medallion recipient Lee Wen's iconic Ping-Pong Go Round III (above)

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Justin Loke's paintings (above) from the installation The Seven Scenes of Barry Lyndon (2013) were inspired by the period film Barry Lyndon by Stanley Kubrick.

S'pore art dreaming: culture, authenticity and national identity

Sep 4, 2015 5:50 AM

AN urban landscape. A horseshoe- shaped ping-pong table. Madonnas in a fantastical garden wonderland.

These are just three of the 24 artworks making their debut as a Singapore collective in London next week to celebrate Singapore's golden jubilee of independence.

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