The National Gallery Singapore’s next blockbuster exhibition will jump forward by about 100 years, from 19th-century Impressionism to the Minimalism of the 1960s and 1970s.
The exhibition will bring in noted Minimalist works by artists from around the world, such as Donald Judd and Robert Morris from the United States, Charlotte Posenenske from Germany and Singaporean-British sculptor and printmaker Kim Lim.
It will also feature contemporary artists such as Ai Weiwei from China and Anish Kapoor from Britain.
It will run from November to April next year in the Singtel Special Exhibition Gallery.
Last weekend, the Gallery closed its Century Of Light showcase, which featured more than 60 Impressionist masterpieces from the Musee d’Orsay in Paris by the likes of Claude Monet and Pierre-Auguste Renoir, as well as works by Raden Saleh of Indonesia and Juan Luna of the Philippines, two of the most prominent Southeast Asian artists of the 19th century.