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Allan Sekula: Fish Story, to be continued

Allan Sekula, Lottery of the Sea (2006), film still. 

Allan Sekula: Fish Story, to be continued

Allan Sekula. Fish Story: Walking on Water (Chapter 9). 1990. Eighty 35mm color slides. Duration variable. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Acquired through the generosity of Marie-Josée Kravis, 2013. © 2015 Allan Sekula.

Allan Sekula: Fish Story, to be continued

Allan Sekula, The Sea Land Quality dockside at automated ECT/Sea Land Terminal, Port of Rotterdam, Fish Story, Chapter 3: Middle Passage (1994). Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary Collection, Vienna. © The Estate of Allan Sekula.

Allan Sekula: Fish Story, to be continued

Allan Sekula, Hammerhead crane unloading forty-foot containers from Asian ports. American President Lines terminal. Los Angeles harbour. San Pedro, California, Fish Story, Chapter 1: Fish Story (1992). Frac Bretagne Collection.

Allan Sekula: Fish Story, to be continued

The Forgotten Space (2010) by Allan Sekula and Nöel Burch, film still.

Exhibition
Allan Sekula: Fish Story, to be continued
03 Jul 2015 - 27 Sep 2015  Exhibition hours
FEE: Free

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 will juxtapose chapters from Fish Story (1988 – 1993) alongside two film works, Lottery of the Sea (2006) and The Forgotten Space (2010) co-directed with Nöel Burch. With a focus on the core works of his explorations of the maritime world, this exhibition aims to emphasise Allan Sekula’s sustained argument that the sea is the “forgotten space” of the contemporary global economy.

This exhibition is part of NTU CCA Singapore’s curatorial programme PLACE.LABOUR.CAPITAL, a trandisciplinary research addressing the complexities of a world in flux and the network of connections that such underlying elements define at both local and global scale.

For more information on the exhibition and public programme, please download the media release.

NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore (NTU CCA Singapore)
Exhibitions: Block 43 Malan Road, Gillman Barracks, Singapore 109443. Research Centre and Office: Block 6 Lock Road, #01-09/10, Gillman Barracks, Singapore 108934

Exhibition Hours
Tue - Sun: 12.00 - 7.00pm
Fri: 12.00 - 9.00pm
Mon: Closed
Open on Public Holidays
Free Admission

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