Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore (CCA)


Sopheap Pich (b. 1971) Morning Glory, 2011 Rattan, bamboo, wire, plywood, and steel 17 feet 6 inches x 103 inches x 74 inches (533.4 x 261.6 x 188 cm)
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York Guggenheim UBS MAP Purchase Fund, 2013


Navin Rawanchaikul (b. 1971) Places of Rebirth, 2009 Acrylic on canvas 7 feet 2 1/2 inches x 23 feet 7 1/2 inches (219.7 x 720.1 cm)
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York Guggenheim UBS MAP Purchase Fund, 2012 2012.159


Poklong Anading (b. 1975) Counter Acts, 2004 Chromogenic transparency in lightbox, approx. 90 x 48 x 5 inches  each 
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York Guggenheim UBS MAP Purchase Fund, 2012


Tang Da Wu (b. 1943) Our Children, 2012 Galvanized steel, glass, and milk, overall dimensions vary with installation
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York Guggenheim UBS MAP Purchase Fund, 2012

Public Programmes: No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia
10 May 2014 - 19 Jul 2014

The CCA public programme for No Country offers a close examination of regional cultural mappings and imaginings while seeking to raise questions for discussion. It features artists’ and curators’ talks, a forum and a performance. 

Public Programmes Schedule

Sat 10 May, 3:00–5:00 pm Artists’ Talks 
Sheela Gowda
Navin Rawanchaikul
Norberto Roldan 
Sat 14 June, 3:00–5:00 pm Lecture: “A Tour of Indian Independent Documentary and Video”
Ashish Rajadhyaksha
Sat 21 June, 3:00–5:30 pm Forum: “The Attraction of Representation” 
The Otolith Group
Marian Pastor Roces
T. K. Sabapathy
June Yap
Tue 24 June, 6:30–9:00 pm Artists’ Programme
The Otolith Group
Fri 11 July, 7:30–9:00 pm Curators’ Talk 
June Yap
Zoe Butt
Fri 18 July, 7:30–9:00 pm Curator’s Talk: “Reflection and Response” 
Ahmad Mashadi
Coming soon! Our Children, a performance by Tang Da Wu

Register for Public Programmes here

Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore (CCA)
Exhibition Centre – Block 43 Malan Road, Gillman Barracks, Singapore 109443

The Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA Singapore) is a research centre of Nanyang Technological University, developed with support from the Economic Development Board, Singapore. Located in Gillman Barracks alongside a cluster of international galleries, CCA Singapore is led by Founding Director Professor Ute Meta Bauer. CCA Singapore takes a holistic approach towards art and culture, intertwining its three platforms: Exhibitions, Residencies and Research.

CCA Singapore positions itself as a centre for critical discourse and experimental practices for Singapore, the region and beyond. It aims to play an active role within the local art scene, as well as being a part of the development of regional and international art infrastructures.