President's Young Talents 2018

EXHIBITION

  • 4 OCT '18 – 27 JAN '19

  • SAM at 8Q

  • Free for Singaporeans & PRs. Ticketing charges for Non-Singaporeans apply.

  • All Resources

The President’s Young Talents is Singapore’s premier and only mentoring, commissioning, and award programme, which recognises promising artists aged 35 and below, whose practices chart new dimensions in Singapore contemporary art. Previous PYT artists include Boo Junfeng, Heman Chong, Charles Lim, Donna Ong, Tan Pin Pin and Vertical Submarine, to name a few, all of whom have gone on to develop outstanding work in and beyond Singapore.

Inaugurated by the Singapore Art Museum in 2001 to promote critically engaged practices through discourse and experimentation, the 2018 edition of the President’s Young Talents seeks to afford greater artistic and curatorial growth for the artists involved and curator-mentors respectively. Invited curator-mentors, ranging from past participating artists to independent curators, will form a curatorial committee to shortlist artists for this edition. An independent jury – which will include members from SAM – will be convened to award the President’s Young Talents prize.

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artists & artworks
Yanyun Chen

The scars that write us (2018) 

Weixin Quek Chong
sft crsh ctrl (2018)

Debbie Ding
Soil Works (2018)

Hilmi Johandi
An Exposition (2018)

Zarina Muhammad

Pragmatic Prayers for the Kala at the Threshold (2018)

programme details

Special Effects Makeup Workshop
18 January Friday 07:00 PM

Special Effects Makeup Workshop

WORKSHOP PAID ENTRY

associated exhibition:

PYT2018

Skin Scars and Trauma
18 January Friday 07:00 PM

In Conversation: Skin, Scars and Trauma

TALK TICKETS FULLY REDEEMED

associated exhibition:

PYT2018

art and poetry a spoken word trail
19 January Saturday 05:00 PM

Art & Poetry: A Spoken Word Trail

TOUR FREE BY REGISTRATION

associated exhibition:

PYT2018

highlights

Yanyun Chen

The scars that write us

2018

Charcoal, chalk, gold leaf, steel plates (set of 10) and steel sheets (sets of 6)

Weixin Quek Chong

sft crsh ctrl

2018

Silk twill, latex, wood, silicone, vinyl, faux fur, paper, screens, aluminium and stainless steel

Debbie Ding

Soil Works

2018

Mixed media installation, consisting of five parts