The Lines Fall Where They May: Ghada Amer & Reza Farkhondeh, Genevieve Chua, Amanda Heng, Lin Tianmiao, Prabhavathi Meppayil, Suzann Victor, Haegue Yang
How might our perception of the world change when we start to notice the more-than-human?
The Lines Fall Where They May is an exhibition on mark-making and the delicate, faint signs of nonhuman life and environments. It centres on two recent bodies of print works created at STPI’s workshop – the Edibles series of sap-drenched pressings by Berlin- and Seoul- based artist Haegue Yang, a continuation of her previous engagement at STPI with perishable plant-based foods; and copper- and ink-embossed paper works by Indian artist Prabhavathi Meppayil, who completed six sets of geometries (each comprising eight individual prints), three sets of which are exhibited. The Lines Fall Where They May also features the works of six other artists: Ghada Amer & Reza Farkhondeh, Genevieve Chua, Amanda Heng, Lin Tianmiao and Suzann Victor, all of which were created during their residency with STPI.
While the beginning of 2021 still left the art world uncertain of whether or not prepandemic activities could resume, the latter part of the year proved to be more hopeful where major art fairs such as Frieze and FIAC could take place in-person. In line with how such events are cautiously yet optimistically paving the way for the international art world to return to business-as-usual, STPI is pleased to present
physical booths at both Frieze London and FIAC Paris.
Defying Expectations, Defining Time
STPI is pleased to announce our upcoming exhibition, On Time, featuring new works by four Singaporean artists: Adeline Kueh, Jason Lim, Ian Woo and Zul Mahmod; these artists took part in a residency with STPI one after the other in 2021. In a unique move, the exhibition’s layout will be altered routinely for the duration of the show, thus presenting fresh iterations of the presentation.
Following 2020 where Art Basel took place online, STPI is pleased to present a physical booth at this year’s edition of Basel’s flagship fair. This marks a steady return to the usual conditions of the international art world after the lull period precipitated by the pandemic. Despite STPI’s remote participation, being able to present works physically is an invaluable opportunity for an overseas audience to appreciate the print and paper works, created in our workshop space, in-person. It further allows STPI to remain in dialogue with the global art market in spite of the uncertain conditions.
Satire as Commentary: Heri Dono, Kim Beom, Manuel Ocampo, Ronald Ventura
We are pleased to present a solo exhibition by prolific Los Angeles-based artist Pae White. Having arrived in Singapore for an STPI residency in 2018, the artist allowed herself to be guided by the space, people, food, presented opportunities and Singapore itself. These factors informed the multiple series of works realised through chance and collaboration with the Creative Workshop team. Such encounters and relationships provided her with a profound experience whose effects carry forward till today. It is this connection and closeness that forms the basis of Friendship is Magic.
Re_ by STPI is a series of multi-platform viewing rooms. It brings together a selection of works from STPI’s inventory, placing them in new constellations for us to relook at them in fresh contexts. With a different focus for each iteration, the presentations will be refreshed regularly throughout the year. In the spirit of re-presenting these artworks in new situations, our first three viewing rooms will take place at the dynamic ArtSpace @ HeluTrans.
STPI will present two works by Chong, Call for the Dead (2020) and Foreign Affairs (2018). The works respond to the urgent concerns posed by the premise of ‘OVR: Portals’ by Art Basel, which calls for artistic practices that interrogate the parameters that have shaped our contemporary landscape.
STPI is pleased to present a physical satellite booth at Art Basel Hong Kong 2021 (ABHK). The gallery will present these artists for both the online and in-person components: Heman Chong (Singapore), Genevieve Chua (Singapore), Do Ho Suh (South Korea/USA/UK) and Haegue Yang (South Korea/Germany).
Out of the anxieties of COVID-19, how has the art world banded together to find fluidity and an inspiriting way forward?
[Fact Sheet] Join the various workshops and stations that run simultaneously throughout the day, and create your own handmade print under the guidance of STPI’s expert workshop team.
STPI collaborates with renowned photographer Russel Wong to gift artworks to NCID and FSCs across the country
S.E.A. Focus 2021 offers borderless experience of the best contemporary Southeast Asian art to art lovers around the globe
The new integrated S.E.A. Focus to nurture appreciation of the region’s art with a curated onsite experience, insider tours and virtual travels to international art spaces, and expert discourse in its third edition
From the Brexit coin, the backdoors of embassies, the spy novel, and the Straits Times to the QR codes of Singapore’s COVID-19 SafeEntry system, the artworks in the exhibition bring together a constellation of conceptual gestures based upon everyday encounters and autobiographical objects that chronicle the complex political and cultural landscape of our present moment.
S.E.A. Focus 2021 to offer innovative integrated art experiences that will broaden horizons for audiences and galleries
Exclusive in-person and virtual art offerings will offer a borderless experience of the best contemporary art in Southeast Asia
STPI Gallery’s upcoming exhibition, ‘Strange Forms of Life’, converses in slow forms and elicits an exercise of close looking in a time of disruption and change
An exhibition that presents a “novel way of being” in a critical time within the local art ecology
Online Auction: 16 — 25 October 2020
Encounters: 24 & 25 October 2020
STPI returns to both major art fairs this fall as the only participating Southeast Asian gallery
Uniting expressions of lived and natural environments by five celebrated Cultural Medallion recipients
27 September – 15 November 2020
Resetting the world and proposing new possibilities of coexistence
15 August – 13 September 2020
VIP Preview: 17 June, 1pm CET – 17 June 1PM CET
Public Preview: 19 June, 1pm CET – 26 June 1PM CET
Printmakers’ Assembly launched as online showcase in its inaugural edition, celebrating strength, richness and variability of printmaking practices around the world
21 May – 21 June 2020
STPI launches Printmakers’ Assembly, group exhibition spotlighting printmaking practices in Southeast Asian region
Deadline: 9 April 2020
22 February – 19 July 2020
24 November 2019 – 24 January 2020
25 September – 3 November 2019
13 July – 14 September 2019
18 May – 22 June 2019
23 March – 4 May 2019
Cheong Soo Pieng
19 January – 14 March 2019
27 September – 17 November 2018
Alfredo & Isabel Aquilizan, Carsten Höller, Kim Beom, Dinh Q. Lê, Tobias Rehberger, Anri Sala, Tabaimo, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Suzann Victor, and Haegue Yang
17 June – 14 October 2018
Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg & James Rosenquist
9 June – 8 September 2018
Dinh Q. Lê
17 March – 12 May 2018
13 January – 3 March 2018
Eko Nugroho, Entang Wiharso and Heri Dono
18 November – 23 December 2017
Alfredo & Isabel Aquilizan
28 September – 11 November 2017
David Hockney: A Matter of Perspective
1 July – 9 September 2017
6 May – 17 June 2017
Carsten Höller, Tobias Rehberger, Anri Sala & Rirkrit Tiravanija
18 March – 22 April 2017
7 January – 25 February 2017