Gain fresh insights and learn more about the artistic practices and processes behind some of the highlights of our exhibitions.


Sensorial Trail Panel Discussion

Get up close and personal with the artists in the Sensorial Trail—Andy Chia, Tal Isaac Hadad and Sissel Tolaas—and discover the creative process behind their installations. Moderated by Kathleen Reen, Director of Public Policy and Philantrophy at Twitter. Read more

Ahmad Fuad Osman In Conversation with Shabbir Hussain Mustafa

Artist Ahmad Fuad Osman will discuss the evolving contexts of his art since the early 1990s, in relation to the artistic self and how one may trace historical moments in contemporary art. Read more

Charles Lim In Conversation with Adele Tan

Artist Charles Lim and curator Adele Tan discuss the genesis of Lim’s latest installation for the Gallery’s Ng Teng Fong Roof Garden Commission series. They will address the ideas and issues raised by the new artwork and situate them within the artist’s practice, especially his seminal "SEA STATE" project. Read more

In Conversation With Lim Qinyi

Hear from curator Lim Qinyi and guest speakers on key works and themes in the UOB Southeast Asia Galleries. Read more

In Conversation With Horikawa Lisa and Lim Shujuan

Hear from curators Horikawa Lisa and Lim Shujuan and guest speakers on key works and themes in the DBS Singapore Galleries. Read more

Keynote Lecture: Alexandra Munroe

Join Alexandra Munroe, Samsung Senior Curator of Asian Art and Senior Advisor of Global Arts at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, as she discusses the influence of Asian aesthetics and philosophies on Minimalism. Read more

Curatorial Roundtable: Minimalism: Space. Light. Object.

Gain insight into the conception and realisation of the two-venue exhibition "Minimalism: Space. Light. Object." in this roundtable discussion with curators of National Gallery Singapore and ArtScience Museum. Read more

Keynote Lecture: Lynn Zelevansky

Join Lynn Zelevansky, art historian, curator and former Henry J. Heinz II Director of Carnegie Museum of Art, as she traces the meaning of Minimalism from its original association with a small group of mostly male artists who emerged in 1960s New York, to a descriptor for diverse artistic manifestations across the globe. Read more