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Second Generation Singapore artist Khan Siong Ann has teamed up with Goshen Art Gallery to stage an exhibition of his oil paintings titled Rivières.
Born in Guangdong in 1942, Khan studied art at NAFA and not long after his graduation in 1967, relocated to Paris where he spent the next 15 years honing his talents. Since his return to Singapore in 1989, Khan has participated in numerous exhibitions both internationally and domestically.
Some 45 of the artist’s works spanning 37 years will be on display, including earlier paintings from the 1970s as well as more recent works from 2016.
Curated by Jack Yu from Goshen Art Gallery, the exhibition will be held from 2 February to 30 April 2017 at the Public Art Space at The Pan Pacific Hotel.
For purchasing enquiries or more information about Khan Siong Ann’s paintings, contact Goshen Art Gallery or call +65 9742 3621.
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