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'Tiga' The Exhibition at Gallerie Dua Lapan

Great Expectations by Rosihan Dahim

Acrylic on canvas

Source: Gallerie Dua Lapan

Gallerie Dua Lapan is proud to present “TIGA” – The Exhibition at Gallerie Dua Lapan from 18 Sep to 9 Oct 2004.

After a hiatus of two years, this will be the group third exhibition since its first inauguration show at the Fullerton in 2002.

TIGA features three Singaporean artists:  Rosihan Dahim, Sunar Sugiyou and Adi Yadoni - all of whom have been indulging in the art scene for the past three decades.

The three artists represent the three divisions of time - past, present and future in terms of their depiction of daily life and its circumstances with their different styles and techniques.

The exhibition, which also marks the opening of the gallery, will feature different works not shown from the previous TIGA exhibition, with the exception of Rosihan, known for his “oversized matchstick “depicting human characters, who will showcase a retrospective of his few earlier surrealist paintings that reveal and transport the physical into the realms of our future.

Sabungan by Sunar Sugiyou

Chinese ink on rice paper

Sunar, having blossomed in his Chinese ink painting techniques, will feature his new scroll ink paintings in the cock-fighting series. His robust brushworks have enticed many to the aggressiveness of the cock-fighting.

The Dancer by Adi Yadoni

Mixed Media on canvas

Adi continues to explore the notion of conflicting identities and cultural integrations in his works. Uniting both contradictions, Adi is able to reconcile differences and opposites in the world of appearance in his latest series of works.

The three artists were also involved in the “Friends of Bali” charity show at Zouk in aid of the Bali bomb victims in 2003, and invited to auction their paintings ' live' in a gala event at the Regent Hotel.

Performance live art has been included in most of their opening shows. This added discipline has created a different dimension in their arts while engaging the audience. The art performance is aimed at enlightening and piquing interest within the artistic community.

TIGA continues to develop art pieces that address the cultural and social patterns from within. These exhibits create an intriguing record, in significant details, of our ever-changing world.

The exhibition is open from 12pm to 6pm daily (Closed on Mondays). Admission is free.

Venue: Gallerie Dua Lapan (Second Level) 28 Bussorah Street Singapore 199446.

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