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National Gallery Singapore

Tang Da Wu

Earth work 1979
TANG DA WU, Gully Curtains, 1979, ink and mineral pigment on cloth, 

7 pieces: 303 x 144 cm; 277 x 134 cm; 236 x 122 cm; 217 x 110 cm; 170 x 105 cm; 138 x 94 cm; and 135 x 89 cm. 

Photo by Joseph Nair. Courtesy National Gallery Singapore.

Through experimental performance, installation, painting and drawing, Tang Da Wu, one of the founders of the Artists Village, widely regarded as Singapore's first artist collective, pushes the boundaries of artistic form and creative process.

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