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Richard Koh Fine Art
47 Malan Road, #01-26, Singapore 109444
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A Decade Apart/ Together
Ian Tee, FIRE BLANKET 07, 2019, Fibre-glass fire blanket, bleach, old clothes, reflective strips, elastic and safety straps, 190 x 183 cm including borders (Image Courtesy of Yavuz Gallery) 
A Decade Apart/ Together
Odelia Tang - AUGUST, 2020, Woodboard, polyurethane, foam putty, knife, untempered glass, mirror shards, acrylic paint and tulle fabric, 120 x 90 cm (Image Courtesy of Artist & RKFA)
A Decade Apart/ Together
Hu Qiren, Ensō #009, 2019, Archival Pigment Print, 106.7 x 129.5 cm, Edition of 3 (Image Courtesy of Artist & RKFA)
A Decade Apart/ Together
Melissa Tan - Kaali, 2020, Mirror finish stainless steel, epoxy resin and pigment, 88 x 62 x 12 cm (Image Courtesy of Artist & RKFA)
A Decade Apart/ Together
Mengju Lin, Dancing Bones, 2020, Acrylic Paint on Canvas, 61 x 91 cm (Image Courtesy of Artist & RKFA)
A Decade Apart/ Together
Genevieve Chua, Breeze Blocks 7 and 8, 2020, Acrylic on Linen, 28 x 19 cm (each) (Image Courtesy of Artist)
Exhibition
A Decade Apart/ Together
28 Aug 2020 - 19 Sep 2020  Tue to Sat 11am-7pm Closed on Mon, Sun & Public Holidays
The show aims to pose the following debate/dialogue: What is the significance of a decade apart? How do two generations dissect personal artistic references and build on their own styles? Why is it important to cross-examine them together? The selected artists from the 1980s (Genevieve Chua (b.1984), Hu Qiren (b.1983) and Melissa Tan (b.1989)) will present works with interests in abstraction, photography and mythology. In addition, the selected artists from the 1990s (Mengju Lin (b.1996), Odelia Tang (b.1993), and Ian Tee (b.1994)) will present works based on themes of textual intervention, pain negotiation and vulnerability.

Accompanying the exhibition is a short documentary project directed by multidisciplinary Singaporean artist, Kray Chen. The primary function is to enable viewers a better understanding of the content and context of each artwork & artist’s broader practice to supplement the works. The documentary is supported by the National Arts Council and will be available for viewing at the gallery and on its social media platforms.