This exhibition features paintings, sculpture, photography and installations by artists who transcend cultural boundaries. The artists included in this show live and work between cultures, giving their work a dynamic, global perspective. The diversity of content, technique and medium is a testament to the gallery’s long-standing mission, which is to spark cross-cultural dialogue. Featuring Japanese-born artist Hiroshi Senju, whose solo show opens at STG New York on November 9; Iranian artist Golnaz Fathi, who splits her time between Tehran and Paris; Mexican artist Ricardo Mazal, who lives and works in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and New York; Indian-born artist Sohan Qadri (1932–2011) and more.

Painting, sculpture and installations by gallery artists Hiroshi Senju, Sohan Qadri, Tayeba Begum Lipi, Golnaz Fathi and Ricardo Mazal transcend cultural boundaries. The artists share a global perspective, but craft unique visual narratives addressing key issues of contemporary life and cultural identity.

Image: Sohan Qadri, Prana, 2004, ink and dye on paper, 100 x 140cm, Photograph courtesy of Sundaram Tagore Gallery.

NOVEMBER 4, 2017 – JANUARY 2, 2018

Sundaram Tagore

5 Lock Road 01-05
Gillman Barracks
Singapore 108933
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