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Cheo Chai-Hiang, Thoughts and Processes: Rethinking the Singapore River

T. K. Sabapathy, Cecily Briggs


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pp. 130 illusts #1219 Modern Art

The present publication offers a comprehensive retrospective on Cheo Chai-Hiang’s works. These works, as said by Kwok Kian Chow, Director of Singapore Art Museum, are not traces of Cheo’s thoughts and processes, they are the thoughts and processes themselves. The unfinished and transient quality of the works draws the audience to the artist’s train of thought. Artist biography is included in the publication.

1975 mixed media 760mm Plate abstract art accessible and ordinary activity aesthetic Art Museum Plate art world artists audience Australia Bo Yang’s Ugly Book of Illusions Brighton Polytechnic Brisbane Celebrating Little Thoughts Cheo Chai-Hiang Cheo’s thoughts China Chinese Knot Chinese language concepts contexts creativity detail of plate Dialogue dowel drawings Durer’s Young Hare England essay exhibition explore floor piece Gentleman in Suit Hangzhou ideas image of Lu Installation view interest involved John Cage language Little Thoughts 1994 Lu Xun Lucio Fontana make-do materials mixed media Modern Art Society Museum Art Gallery NAFA Nanyang Academy Nanyang University non-art painting paper spike photo-documentation 1976 slide Poaching Durer’s Young printmaking realised Rex Irwin Rome sculpture sense sheets of paper Singapore Art Museum Singapore River Stories 1996 frame string surfaces Tell My Stories thinking thoughts and processes Ugly Chinese 1991 viewer visual wobble board wooden woolen thread Yang’s Ugly Chinese


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AuthorT. K. Sabapathy, Cecily Briggs
PublisherNanyang Academy of Fine Arts
Year Published2000
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