Up close with ink treasures

The exhibition, Living With Ink: The Collection Of Dr Tan Tsze Chor, examines Singapore Chinese identity through art

Asian Civilisations Museum director Kennie Ting (left) with Mr Conan Cheong, curator of the exhibition, Living With Ink: The Collection Of Dr Tan Tsze Chor.
Asian Civilisations Museum director Kennie Ting (left) with Mr Conan Cheong, curator of the exhibition, Living With Ink: The Collection Of Dr Tan Tsze Chor. ST PHOTOS: ALPHONSUS CHERN

More than 120 Chinese ink works by master painters including Xu Beihong, Qi Baishi, Ren Yi and Pan Tianshou will be on show in the Asian Civilisations Museum's (ACM) latest exhibition.

Living With Ink: The Collection Of Dr Tan Tsze Chor is a "once-in-a-decade chance" to see a national treasure, says ACM director Kennie Ting.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on November 09, 2019, with the headline 'Up close with ink treasures'. Print Edition | Subscribe