Singapore’s Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM) will embark on a Season of Chinese Art from June 2019 to mid-2020 with three exhibitions being held in collaboration with leading Chinese institutions and artists.
This is part of the museum’s commitment to examine the diverse cultural heritage of Asia, interconnections within Asia, and Asian connections with the rest of the world.
“Chinese history boasts an incredible richness, and its international influence continues to permeate today’s pop culture, fashion, and everyday life. By bringing together exquisite masterpieces from Singapore’s National Collection and collections from China’s leading museums and a wellknown couturiere, we hope our visitors will engage with Chinese heritage and traditions, and reflect on China’s long and illustrious art history. We also hope Chinese visitors will seize the opportunity to visit us in Singapore, to experience, firsthand, the historic and contemporary fascination with Chinese art and heritage in Southeast Asia,” says Kennie Ting, director of ACM…