Wandering in Black and White


Step inside this fantastical city, explore unusual perspectives and encounter cities within cities.  What can you see and what sounds can you hear? Discover the relationship between light, object and space, search for miniature cities and be captivated by colours and shapes as you explore Wandering in Black and White.

For all ages.

Wandering in Black and White will be closed for a special edition of Stories in Art on 8 and 9 September from 2.15–4.15pm. Sign up from 10am on the day of the programme at the Keppel Centre for Art Education. Spots are limited!

Artist: Tang Ling Nah

Tang Ling Nah is an award-winning artist known for her large-scale charcoal drawings that are inspired by transitional spaces in Singapore. Doors, alleys, corridors, staircases, pillars and void decks feature prominently in her work. In 2008, she represented Singapore in the 2nd Singapore Biennale and has also exhibited at the 11th International Architecture Biennale in Venice (Singapore Pavilion). She has received numerous awards, including Singapore National Arts Council’s Young Artist Award (Art) 2004; Juror’s Choice, Philip Morris Singapore-ASEAN Art Awards 2003; and Della Butcher Award 2000.


Drop-in Activity: Rivers and Roads

Drop in and have fun creating collages of scenes along rivers or roads. Then, get a ticket to "Lim Cheng Hoe: Painting Singapore" to watercolour paintings of rivers and roads around Singapore. Read more

Drop-in Activity: Dab and Drag

Drop in and have fun creating a painting with short dabs and long flowy lines using different materials. Then, get a ticket to "Wu Guanzhong: Expressions of Pen & Palette" and see how Wu Guanzhong used a variety of brushstrokes in innovative ways. Read more

Art Explorers: Being Moved

Explore how Southeast Asian artists use lines, shapes and colour to depict rhythm and emotions in their art through discussion and sketching in this docent-led programme. Read more

Family Art Workshop: Bold Brushstrokes

Explore the art of legendary artist Wu Guanzhong, who is known for fusing the traditional medium of Chinese ink with modern brushstrokes. Then create your own innovative ink masterpiece under the guidance of an experienced Gallery facilitator. Read more

Stories in Art: Stories of Singapura

Inspired by the scenes of kampung village scenes and rivers in the exhibition "Lim Cheng Hoe: Painting Singapore", master storyteller Kamini Ramachandran retells folktales of Singapura. Read more