20 Nov 2019 - 30 Jun 2020
2 Sep - 10 Oct 2019
11 May - 24 Nov 2019
11 - 14 Oct 2018
13 - 16 Sept 2018
8 - 11 Nov 2017
14 Sep - 26 Nov 2017
2 May - 30 Jun 2017
1 - 31 May 2018
May 2022 - Sep 2022
12 Sep - 12 Oct 2017
22 Oct 2016 - 21 Jul 2017
19 May - 19 Jun 2017
23 Nov 2016 - 15 Jan 2017
21 - 24 Mar 2018
26 Feb - 9 Mar 2018
Indian Heritage Centre, Singapore
Miaja Gallery, Singapore
Parallel to the Venice Art Biennale 2019, the GAA foundation present “Personal Structures”. The exhibition is hosted by the European Cultural Centre in its prestigious Palazzos and the Giardini Marinaressa in May. Visit
https://europeanculturalcentre.eu/events/exhibitions for more information’
The sculpture, “Talktime” by Kumari Nahappan, consisits of two red, intertwined chillies. It measures 2 m in height and weight is approximately 850 kg. It will be exhibited in Marinaressa Gardens 11th of May – 24th of November.
To sponsor as well as to honour this artwork, a limited edition of 88 miniatures in honey-golden colour, are being fabricated alongside and offered to private collectors internationally.
Measurement: H14 x W15 x D10 cm. Medium: Bronze. Year: 2019
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“Talktime was inspired by the notions of conversation, relationships and time. The two forms represent a fruit and a spice coming together – much enjoyed culturally, historically and currently in time, creating more connections and engagement.”
Kumari Nahappan, 2019
Saatchi Gallery London
Manarat Al Saadiyat, Abu Dhabi, UAE
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
Palazzo Ca’Zanardi, Venice, Italy
Art Basel Hong Kong
The American Club, Singapore
The Arts House, Singapore
Raffles Hotel, Singapore
World Trade Centre building 2 (WTC Complex), Jakarta, Indonesia
Indian Heritage Centre
Galeri Petronas, Level 3, Suria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
F1 Podium Lounge, The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore
Playing Fields is a place flushed hot with desire where apples metaphorically become centers of games and where chilies tango with one and another and strut with sexy gestures!
Curator: Phan Ming Yen
Gajah Gallery, Singapore
Archaeology of the Present is a largely object-oriented exhibition that brings together an assemblage of sculptures and sculptural objects, showcasing the wealth of materials used by artists today – and how these materials are deployed to different artistic forms and visual languages on subjects varying from the personal to the iconic, and the quotidian to the historical.
Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai, UAE
Gallery by the Harbour, Hong Kong
New Delhi, India
Art Science Museum, Singapore
La Galleria Pall Mall, London
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