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Khoo Sui Hoe's Children Of The Sun.

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Roberto Chabet's Tatlin and Co (Russian Painting 4).

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Vasan Sitthiket's Sickness Age.

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(Left) Imelda Cajipe-Endaya's Where Did You Come From, Where Are You Headed? (Right) Latiff Mohidin's Pago Pago Putih II.

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A view of the exhibition.

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A view of the exhibition.

Connecting Art & Architecture

National Gallery Singapore’s new exhibition delves into the intersection of art and architecture from 1969 to 1989
Nov 15, 2019 5:50 AM

ALWAYS SO ELOQUENT, senior curator Shabbir Hussain Mustafa describes the period as ''a time when the search for origins ended... and the assertion of agency began''. The period in question is 1969 to 1989 when Southeast Asian artists - emerging from decades of colonial rule and empowered by the

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