SINGAPORE - An ongoing exhibition brings together the works of Indonesian artist Wedhar Riyadi and Thai artist Uttaporn Nimmalaikaew. This is both artists' first exhibition in Singapore.
Riyadi, whose work has been part of the prestigious Asia Pacific Triennial, is known for his use of psychedelic colours. His brightly coloured canvases often examine the over-representation of violence in the media.
Winner of the prestigious Sovereign Asian Art Prize in 2006, Nimmalaikaew has established himself as one of South-east Asia's most exciting new artists and is known for his mixing of media and experimenting with traditional formats in innovative ways.
Where: Yavuz Fine Art, 03-01, 51 Waterloo Street
MRT: Bras Basah
When: Till July 12, 11am - 7pm (Tue - Sat), 1 - 5pm (Sun), closed on Mon & public holiday
Tel: 6338-7900 Info: www.yavuzfineart.com
This article was first published on July 4, 2014.
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