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Malaysian artist ISE (Roslisham Ismail) with his work titled chronoLOGICal (2015).

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Indonesian artist Tisna Sanjaya and his work titled 1000 Do'a (2015).

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Spill (2015) by Singapore artist Lynn Lu.

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LEADING THE CHARGE: Zai Kuning's The Fleeting World of Dapunta Hyung.

The ties that bind

Groundbreaking, visceral works by Singaporean and South-east Asian artists cast a spell over visitors at the Singapore Festival in France.
Apr 3, 2015 5:50 AM

ARCHIPEL Secret kicked off the three month-long Singapore Festival in France. With some 40 works exhibited cheek-by-jowl, it's the biggest contemporary art show by South-east Asian artists at Palais de Tokyo, the acclaimed contemporary art centre.

Demonstrating everything from past

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