— by Veronica Kuffel, University of Wisconsin-Madison: As most people know, Singapore is one of the most well-off countries in the world. As a business-fueled super engine, the thriving nation has little to no disease, homelessness or discontent. And yet with all the achievements, the country lacks one important vertebra in its structure — art.

While white-collar work success flourished, its neglect for modern art caused what people coined “a drought in the cultural landscape.”

July 5, 2019