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Chua Ek Kay

Chua Ek Kay

Singapore street scenes, evoking memories

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Published by Singapore Management University in Singapore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chua, Ek Kay, -- 1947-,
  • Ink painting, Chinese -- Singapore,
  • Artists -- Singapore

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 94) and index.

    Statement[contributors, Joanna Lee ... et al.].
    ContributionsLee, Joanna., Singapore Management University.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination96 p. :
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18280043M
    ISBN 109789814217293
    LC Control Number2007449026

    Chua Ek Kay is regarded as one of Singapore’s leading ink practitioners, celebrated for his distinctive visual vocabulary that bridges Chinese ink painting traditions and Western aesthetics. The catalogue, Chua Ek Kay: After the Rain, accompanies an exhibition at National Gallery Singapore tha. B&N Book Club B&N Classics B&N Collectible Editions B&N Exclusives Books of the Month Boxed Sets Discover Pick of the Month Escape into a Good Book Read Before You Stream Signed Books Trend Shop. Blogs. B&N Podcast B&N Reads B&N Press Blog. Special Values. Buy 1, Get 1 50% Off.

    The Singapore Management University (SMU) is proud to host Remembering Chua Ek Kay: One Year On, an exhibition initiated by a group of the late Chua Ek Kay's most dedicated students to mark the first anniversary of his passing. Under his tutelage in Chinese ink painting since , Chua's students hope that this display of art works will generate discourse on art and evoke memories of him. Chua Ek Kay: after the rain = Cai Yixi: yu hou. Chua Ek Kay: after the rain = 蔡逸溪: 雨后.

    The Artist Speaks, SGP, National Gallery Singapore, Motovun Group, Georgette Chen, Chua Ek Kay. Bronze L‘espace d‘un instant, I, 5 Continent Editions, Motovun Group. Award of Excellence In the light of the Sea, D, Edition Bildperlen. Award of Excellence Wagner Wahnsinn und Walküren, D, Brotlos Verlag. Chua Ek Kay ( – ) was one of Singapore’s leading ink painters. His first show, in , was a success, and within two decades of becoming a full-time artist, he enjoyed a level of acclaim that few other artists in Singapore had. After the Rain is a reflection of Chua’s artistic journey.


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Documentary produced by Second Avenue 5/5. Published in conjunction with Chua Ek Kay: after the rain, an exhibition organised by National Gallery Singapore. Description: pages: illustrations (chiefly color), portraits ; 29 cm: Other Titles: Cai Yixi: Chua Ek Kay.

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[Joanna Lee; Singapore Management University.;] -- "In Ek Kay gifted 30 of his street scene paintings to Singapore Management University in support of its Visual Art Initiative to collect and exhibit contemporary Southeast Asian Art. The. With an ink-based, East-meets-West aesthetic—influenced by the tutelage of eminent painter Chua Ek Kay—Yeo Shih Yun pursues new depths within.

What one thing do you hope to accomplish this week. Find inspiration in Chua Ek Kay’s story - and let hope, not fear, guide your choices: BEING AND BECOMING CHUA EK KAY Stream now on Amazon. Chua Ek Kay was born in China, onthe eldest of seven children.

In the s, his family migrated to Singapore, settled in Liang Seah Street. Chinese cultural influences were much a part of his daily life and art, as a child Chua picked up Chinese literature and.

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A documentary which focuses on the life of the controversially influential Chinese ink artist, Chua Ek Kay. Chua Ek Kay conceptualised and established his work in a fundamental period in Singapore during the ′s and ′s, where both the economy and environment were rapidly changing.

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The Singapore Management University (SMU) is proud to present Chua Ek Kay's Street Scenes: A Gift of History, an exhibition of rare works by the distinguished contemporary ink artist and Cultural Medallion recipient, Chua Ek Kay.

The exhibition opens today and features 20 works from Chua's Singapore Street Scenes series in the SMU Collection, including his earliest and most recent.

: Fan Chang Tien. His Art and Passion.: Colour plates, 72pp, biography, list of works, text in Chinese and English, text and pictorial gilt upper cover and spine, small quarto, paperback.

This catalogue published in conjunction with the Fan Chang Tien, His Art and Passion exhibition at the Singapore Art Museum presents ten of the works from the 50 scroll paintings donated to the.

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His paintings, from iconic scenes of Singapore's ever-changing streets to abstract representations of nature, were informed by a lifetime of tireless study and rumination. The products of this process take centre stage in this title.The studio led by Yong has also produced an equally evocative pair of books for Wu’s Beauty Beyond Form and artist Chua Ek Kay’s After the Rain.

PHOTO: SOMEWHERE ELSE. Holding up the National Gallery’s two inaugural exhibitions on Singapore and Southeast Asian art respectively, both covering the 19th century to present, is a modern frame designed by H55 Studio.