© THE ARTIST AND THE NATIONAL UNIVERSITY SINGAPORE MUSEUM – TAASA Review December 2011
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This article was originally found in the December 2011 edition of TAASA Review (Volume 20, Issue 4, Page 39).
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Peranakan cultural heritage nurtured over the same period and extending beyond the Straits, has been treated directly by Chris Yap Wooi-Hoe’s Of Fingerbowls & Hankies series, a commission from the National University of Singapore shown at their Baba House museum.
The Peranakan Museum is a mustvisit in the arts quarter of Singapore. The SIPF acts to provide a depth of engagement with photography’s many lives as art and illustration, promotion, witness, propaganda and provocateur.
This wider gamut of engagement is also at the core of programs at SIPF Director Gwen Lee’s own photoart gallery 2902, named for its start date in a leap year in 2008...