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July 20 – September 17, 2017

Miya Ando, Bronze Kimono, 2016, dye on anodized aluminum, 70 x 48 inches/178 x 122 cm
Tayeba Lipi, Trapped - 1, 2013, stainless steel razor blades and exposed drawing on mirror polished stainless steel, 29.9 x 20.1 inches/76 x 51 cm
Ricardo Mazal, Violet Red and Red 1, 2017, oil on linen, 40 x 42 inches/102 x 107 cm
Golnaz Fathi, untitled, 2014, acrylic, pen and varnish on canvas, 57.5 x 50.4 x 2 inches/146 x 128 x 5 cm

About This Exhibition

Sundaram Tagore Singapore brings together the work of Tayeba Begum Lipi, Miya Ando, Golnaz Fathi and Ricardo Mazal in an exhibition that explores the ways in which tradition, history and cultural legacies live within the collective consciousness of the current generation of contemporary artists. The artists in this show share a truly global perspective in their artistic endeavors, but each crafts a wholly unique visual narrative addressing key issues of contemporary life and cultural identity.

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