Exhibition in Singapore
MOCA@Loewen 27A Loewen Road - Singapore 248839
2012.12.14 - 2013.01.14
Cai Zhisong (b.1972, Shenyang, Liaoning, China). A graduate of the Central Academy of Fine Arts, Sculpture department. Currently residing in Beijing, Cai’s sculptural works has gained him international recognition and he is also the first Chinese artist to win the prestigious Taylor prize at the Paris Autumn Salon in Eiffel-Branly.
The Museum of Contemporary Arts was established by Linda Gallery after attaining the location under the Request-for-Interest (RFI) for the development of integrated museum and art facilities (IMAF) through an inter-agency Committee chaired by the National Heritage Board (NHB) with members from the Singapore Land Authority (SLA), Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) and Ministry of Information, Communications and the Arts (MICA) back in mid-2009. Its vision is to be a centre for bringing the public the very finest of contemporary art from across the region. As the only museum in Singapore devoted entirely to exhibiting contemporary works of art, continuously hosting a variety of cutting –edge exhibitions and an eclectic collection of contemporary sculptures, MOCA@Loewen has placed itself as one of the most cognizant museums that provides an array of artworks that reflect the present trends and developments of the Asian art world. Set in the lush surrounds of Loewen Road, the cutting-edge artworks contrast magnificently with the colonial-era building in which they are housed in.
MOCA@Loewen is located at 27A Loewen Road Singapore 248839. Open to the public daily from 11 am to 7 pm.
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