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Geraldine KANG

(江岫颖) Singapore, 1988–

Geraldine Kang, “8:33” 2010, from the series “In the raw”, 2010 ©Geraldine Kang

Born in Singapore, 1988. Having graduated from the School of Art, Design and Media, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore in 2011, she is currently studying at the Parsons School of Design, New York. She first received attention for a series of family portraits, entitled in the raw (2010-2011) that she produced as a project while she was still in university, and after graduation was invited to participate in group exhibitions in Singapore, Germany, Netherlands, New York, etc., achieving recognition as a young artist while continuing her energetic activities. Her main works include, Of two bedrooms (2010-2015) that featured her relationship with her grandmother and her grandmother’s death; As quietly as rhythms go (2014), which consists of nighttime photographs of a construction site by the Sungei Serangoon River; Left to Right (2016), which is a photobook created in collaboration with fifty-three artists and curators on the theme of the image and How do you sleep at night? (2017– ), which looks at Singapore’s garbage collectors and immigrant laborers.

Born in Singapore, 1988. Having graduated from the School of Art, Design and Media, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore in 2011, she is currently studying at the Parsons School of Design, New York. She first received attention for a series of family portraits, entitled in the raw (2010-2011) that she produced as a project while she was still in university, and after graduation was invited to participate in group exhibitions in Singapore, Germany, Netherlands, New York, etc., achieving recognition as a young artist while continuing her energetic activities. Her main works include, Of two bedrooms (2010-2015) that featured her relationship with her grandmother and her grandmother’s death; As quietly as rhythms go (2014), which consists of nighttime photographs of a construction site by the Sungei Serangoon River; Left to Right (2016), which is a photobook created in collaboration with fifty-three artists and curators on the theme of the image and How do you sleep at night? (2017– ), which looks at Singapore’s garbage collectors and immigrant laborers.

Artist Interview

”Discovering Family: Naked Emotions, Bare bodies”

Artist profile by curator

Reason she photographed “staged” portrait of her own family

Relay Talk

CHEN Zhe & Geraldine KANG

October 5 (Fri.) 18:00–20:00 [English and Japanese]
Venue:
Tokyo Photographic Art Museum 1F. Studio
Seating Capacity:
50.
(Entrance will be in order of numbered tickets issued upon arrival, all seats unreserved).
Entrance Fee:
Free with numbered ticket.

* Numbered tickets will be issued at the information desk on the 1st floor from 10:00 in the morning of the same day.