Next-generation art curators get recognition for their work

John Tung (centre), winner of the Tan Boon Hui Curatorial Prize by Art Outreach, with his parents Maria Leo and Peter Tung on Feb 22. PHOTO: COLIN WAN
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SINGAPORE – Young curators are making their mark on the art scene here with exhibitions that are not just about the beauty of the artworks.

Independent curator John Tung has taken his audience to the edge of a secondary forest at Gillman Barracks, offered them tea in a pop-up garden in Chinatown and presented them with art at malls slated for redevelopment.

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