A Room of Her Own: Singapore Art Week
Sundaram Tagore Gallery, Singapore
Open Until 19 March 2022
Sundaram Tagore is pleased to present an exhibition of work by eight pioneering womenwhose paintings, installations and photography reimagine spaces both real and symbolic. From an immersive large-scale light installation that transforms the surrounding environment to vibrant photographic imagery of staged narratives, this work challenges norms. Exhibiting artists include: Anila Quayyum Agha, Miya Ando, Lalla Essaydi, Karen Knorr, Jane Lee, Tayeba Lipi, Neha Vedpathak and Susan Weil. The exhibition coincides with Singapore Art Week (SAW) between 14–23 January.
In her London-based practice, photographer Karen Knorr examines the meaning of place, drawing from ancient myths and allegories to express contemporary ideas. She employs grand interior spaces of palaces, temples and museums across Asia and Western Europe to frame issues of gender and class structure rooted in cultural heritage.
Established in 2000, Sundaram Tagore Gallery is a contemporary art gallery representing established and emerging artists from around the globe. We specialize in work that is aesthetically and intellectually rigorous, infused with humanism and art historically significant. Our artists produce museum-calibre paintings, drawings, sculptures and installations with a strong emphasis on materiality. The gallery also has a robust photography program that includes some of the world’s most noted photographers. Our artists and photographers are well represented in renowned museums worldwide