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Engaging Perspectives: New Art From Singapore, 26 January – 31 March 2013, Installation view: Ang Song Nian, Towards A New Interior (2013).
Curated by Eugene Tan, Engaging Perspectives: New Art From Singapore present works that engage with multifaceted perspectives about Singapore by a generation of artists born in the 1980s and currently working in Singapore. The nine artists and…

Paradise Lost, 18 January – 30 March 2014, Exhibition view.
Paradise Lost is NTU CCA Singapore’s inaugural exhibition, curated by Ute Meta Bauer (Founding Director) and Anca Rujoiu (Curator for Exhibitions). Conceived as a constellation of three artistic productions that together explore narratives of travel…

NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore; Simryn Gill: Hugging The Shore, 27 March – 14 June 2015, Installation view
Simryn Gill’s first major solo exhibition in Southeast Asia brings together a series of works that reveal the artist’s specific attitude towards how we produce meaning and make a place for ourselves in the world. NTU CCA Singapore will present three…

Allan Sekula: Fish Story, to be continued, 3 July – 27 September 2015, Exhibition view.
Fish Story, to be continued presents an investigation of the global maritime industry, an extensive research of the late artist, theorist, photography historian and critic, Allan Sekula. Showing for the first time in Southeast Asia, NTU CCA Singapore…

Charles Lim Yi Yong: SEA STATE, NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore, 30 April – 10 July 2016, installation view. Courtesy of NTU CCA Singapore.
SEA STATE by artist Charles Lim Yi Yong, commissioned for the Singapore Pavilion for the 56th Venice Biennale and curated by Shabbir Hussain Mustafa, will be presented at the NTU CCA Singapore from 30 April to 10 July 2016. For over a decade, Lim’s…

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CITIES FOR PEOPLE is the pilot edition of the annual NTU CCA Ideas Fest, a platform to catalyse critical exchange of ideas and encourage thinking “out of the box”. It is a bottom-up approach linking the artistic and academic community with grassroots…

The Disappearance, 5 April –6 April 2014, Laure Prouvost, Eva 43 years old (2002). Photograph by Clare Bottomley.
The Disappearance situates itself in the architectural setting of a previous exhibition Paradise Lost. It works with what is left out: the traces of the show in the space; its echoes in our memory, The Disappearance conceals and reveals: what has…

Installation shots of No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia, the inaugural touring exhibition of the Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative, at the Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore, a national research centre of the Nanyang Technological University (NTU), May 10, 2014 – July 20, 2014.
No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia is part of the Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative which was launched in April 2012, a multi-year collaboration that charts contemporary art practice in three geographic regions—South and…

Theatrical Fields, 22 August – 2 November 2014, Installation view: Constanze Ruhm, X Characters / RE(hers)AL (2003/4). Courtesy NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore.
Theatrical Fields introduces theatricality as a critical strategy in performance, film and video. This exhibition presents six video installations shown for the first time in Southeast Asia: Voice off by Judith Barry (USA), Suspiria by Stan Douglas…

NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore; Yang Fudong: Incidental Scripts, 12 December 2014 – 1 March 2014, Installation view: Yang Fudong, About the Unknown Girl – Ma Sise (2013 - 2014), The Forgotten Bow-knot.
Yang Fudong, a leading international figure of contemporary art and one the most important artists to emerge out of China in the 1990s, staged his first major solo exhibition in Southeast Asia at the NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore. The…
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