Asian contemporary art at Art Plural Gallery

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Singapore, 26 October 2011, Art Media Agency, (AMA).

Art Plural Gallery in Singapore is currently presenting the exhibition “Regards Croisés: a selection of Asian Contemporary Art”. It is the second show to be organised at the gallery since its opening in June 2011, and will be presented until 10 December 2011.

The exhibition honours cultural diversity from the Asian Continent and is hosting eleven influential contemporary artists. Among them are: Korean Choi Xoo Ang, Indian Lochan Upadhyay, Chinese Shi Jinsong, Chu Teh-Chun, Feng Shuo, Li Tian Bing, Jagannath Panda Qiu Jie, Paribartana Mohanty, Seher Shah and Thukral & Tagra.

French painter Fabienne Verdier also takes place on the walls of the gallery. She is the only European artist in this demonstration. Fabienne Verdier (born in 1962), studied at École supérieure des Beaux-arts de Toulouse, before moving to China in 1980s, in order to work on calligraphy. Largely dependant on ancestral art, her work is a combintation of East and West, between calligraphy and minimalism.

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