Contributors / October 2018 (Issue 41: Writing Singapore)

Ng Joon Kiat
ImageNg Joon Kiat started painting in the late 1990s. He is one of the few Singaporean painters to have received a full national scholarship to study for his Master’s in the UK and also one of the few to have had a solo exhibition at the National Museum of Singapore. He was one of the 25 Asian artists selected to exhibit with Britain’s Royal Academicians at the Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore. His works were exhibited at biennales in Asia and major art fairs. Notable collections include the Aspen-re art collection, the Magma collection, the Singapore Embassy in Berlin and the National Art Gallery of Singapore. He has had solo exhibitions in Singapore and Hong Kong, and his works have been written about and curated by respected figures including Dr Charles Merewether and David Chan. The prominent Southeast Asian art historian T. K. Sabapathy has written about his works. Visit his website for more information. [Visual Arts]

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