Our current exhibition, The Seeds We Sow, will now run until Sunday, 5 July 2020. We will announce the details of our gallery’s opening hours in due time, so stay tuned for more information!
Mizuma Gallery would like to invite you to join us in an online Artist Talk session, which we will hold in conjunction with the exhibition The Seeds We Sow.
Date: Friday, 22 May 2020
Time: 5pm-6pm Singapore Time (UTC +8)
Moderator: Adeline Chia (SG)
Speakers: Ang Song Nian (SG), Marvin Tang (SG), Robert Zhao Renhui (SG), and Zen Teh (SG)
The Artist Talk will take place on Zoom. It is free and is open for public. However, as there are limited slots available, pre-registration is required.
Kindly register through Google Forms by 12 noon Singapore Time (UTC +8) on Friday, 22 May 2020, and we will send you the details via email three (3) hours before the event! Register now: https://tinyurl.com/yaon678z.
The Seeds We Sow | Moderator
Adeline Chia (b. Singapore) is an independent arts writer and editor based in Singapore. Chia is the reviews editor of ArtReview Asia, the sister magazine of London-based visual arts magazine ArtReview, and is a regular contributor to both journals. She also helms independent publishing projects, such as Discipline The City chapbook series for The Substation (2018) and Music for Everyone artist catalogue for Ang Song-Ming, published on the occasion of the Singapore Pavilion at the Venice Biennale (2019).
The Seeds We Sow | Speakers
Ang Song Nian (b. 1983, Singapore) graduated with an MA in Photography from the London College of Communications, University of the Arts London, London, UK in 2012 and a BA in Photography from the Camberwell College of the Arts, University of the Arts London, London, UK in 2011. Ang was the recipient of Grand Prize in the 41st edition of the New Cosmos of Photography award organized by Canon Inc., Japan (2019). He has undertaken residencies at NTU Centre for Contemporary Art (2019) and Sunderland University, UK (2017) amongst others.
Marvin Tang (b. 1989, Singapore) graduated with a Master of Arts in Photography from the London College of Communications, University of the Arts London, London, UK in 2018 and a BFA in Photography and Digital Imaging from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore in 2015. Tang was the recipient of the LCC Photoworks Prize, UK, in 2018 and also the 8th France + Singapore Photographic Arts Award, Singapore in 2017.
Robert Zhao Renhui (b. 1983, Singapore) graduated with a MA in Photography from the London College of Communications, London, UK in 2010 and a BA in Photography from the Camberwell College of the Arts, University of the Arts London, London, UK in 2008. Zhao has undertaken residencies at NTU Centre for Contemporary Art, Singapore (2017); The Arctic Circle Residency, Norway (2011); and Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, Japan (2010) amongst others.
Zen Teh (b. 1988, Singapore) graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, majoring in Photography and Digital Imaging from Art, Design, Media, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore in 2011. Aside from her artistic practise, Teh serves as a visual arts educator at School of the Arts (SOTA), in the Media Arts Department. She was the finalist for the IMPART Awards 2019 and has been awarded the winning title for the 7th France+Singapore Photographic Arts Award.