Art is a part of life, making our world richer and more colorful. We should cherish and inherit this unique cultural heritage, allowing more people to experience the charm of art.
The mission of SGFARA includes promoting the innovative development of local art, providing a platform for exchange and cooperation, popularizing art knowledge, and cooperating with international art institutions. To achieve this mission, SGFARA actively collaborates with governments, enterprises, academic institutions, and art groups to obtain more resources and support. At the same time, SGFARA actively participates in international art exchanges, establishes cooperative relationships with artists and art institutions worldwide, and provides more international exhibition opportunities for Singaporean artists.
Highlights include exhibitions at 18th Street Art Center, Oxy Arts, and Karma.
Hauser & Wirth, Pace Gallery, Jeffrey Deitch, and others will have major exhibitions on view.
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A Groundbreaking Art Exhibition Explores the Undertold Stories of Black People in the Antebellum North
The exhibition is on view until March 24 at the American Folk Art Museum in New York.
Humidity levels and dripping water had been concerning to institutional leadership.
The work left Marden’s studio in 2007, and has not been seen publicly since then.
She called it a “masterpiece of performance art.”
The organization will use the grant to grow its photography-focused programming.