Gordine on display at the new National Gallery Singapore
GORDINE ON DISPLAY AT THE NEW NATIONAL GALLERY SINGAPORE
Three works by Dora Gordine, who spent time living and working in Singapore in the early 1930s, are now on display as part of the National Gallery Singapore’s inaugural exhibition Siapa Nama Kamu? [What is your name?] Art in Singapore since the 19th century.
The exhibition explores issues of artistic practice and identity through the work of local and international artists working in the region. The Gallery, which opened in late November in two fully restored national monuments, the city’s former Supreme Court and City Hall, houses the largest public collection of modern art in Singapore and Southeast Asia.