Singapore’s pre-eminent gallery and print and paper making workshop, STPI, helms one of the region’s most robust artist residency programmes. Bringing together artists from all over the world to its workshops, works are created with inspiration from Singapore, for some, and through exploring various mediums, mainly paper. For the gallery’s annual special exhibition, 41 works by 21 artists from past residencies and creative collaborations from their Visiting Artists Programme will be showcased.
Curated by Khai Hori, art curator and partner of Chan + Hori Contemporary, Second Movement utilises print to to reevaluate our perceptions of the human body – a thumb print. The Annual Special Exhibition will run from July 11 to July 24, giving audiences in Southeast Asia and Singapore the opportunity to interact with remarkable works on paper by the some of the region’s most respected artists. Supported with a diverse array of guided tours, creative workshops, panel discussions, and film screenings, the exhibition is a must-visit this June.
With artworks created from different mediums under different artistic visions, here are five artists to catch in the exhibition: