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The Mixed History of Museology – An Observation Beyond Singapore Biennale
混種或共享的博物館學史:雙年展及他者的對話
October 2nd, 2020Type: Image
Author: 陳沛妤 Editor: Rikey Tenn
Additional status was added as part of the commemorating the bicentennial of the Founding of modern Singapore. (2019) Source: Wikipeida)
Sharon Chin, "In the Skin of a Tiger: Monument to What We Want (Tugu Kita)" (2019), in National Gallery Singapore; photo: Rikey
Boedi Widjaja, "Black-Hut, Black-Hu" (2019); image courtesy of artist
Singapore Biennale In Gillman Barracks (2019); photo: Rikey
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