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UOB Painting of the Year
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Singapore judge, Ms Bridget Tracy Tan, Director, Institute of Southeast Asian Arts and Art Galleries, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts
The Sovereign Art Foundation Online Store
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'Epic Moments - The Sovereign Asian Art Prize 5 Years and Beyond' Author Bridget Tracy Tan, Publisher Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts.
Of course, the nature of the ...
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Of course, the nature of the gallery with the lack of wall space has made it a challenge for us to set up the exhibition," elaborates Bridget Tracy Tan, gallery director and curator of NAFA.
introduction to Araki's exhibition, Bridget Tracy Tan
writes: "To take a photograph is to kill something, to put into celluloid a moment once there and never again, a split second glimpse if you like, into something not known before then, and never to be known afterwards."
Singapore International Photography Festival 2010 | Peikwen Cheng éƒ‘åŸ¹å ƒ :: Artist / Photographer :: Beijing, China
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Bridget Tracy Tan (Singapore) - Director of Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts Gallery
The Photography of Yip Cheong Fun | Citizen Historian
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Bridget Tracy Tan, Director of Gallery and Theatre in the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in Singapore, commented on Yip Cheong Funâ€™s child portraiture: "Yip was known as a child-portrait photographer in his time, made famous by his many images of children, some dark, some compelling, some uncannily exhilarating, and others still reserved, impenetrableâ€¦.
If we catch the outbreak of happiness through smiles and laughter, we know that this kind of joy is not limited to heady childhood, but lives on well into old age.â€ [Tan, 2006, also mentioned in email interview with Andrew Yip, 29 March 2008]