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UOB Painting of the Year
Singapore judge, Ms Bridget Tracy Tan, Director, Institute of Southeast Asian Arts and Art Galleries, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts
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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 ...
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
Bridget Tracy Tan (Singapore) - Director of Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts Gallery
The Photography of Yip Cheong Fun | Citizen Historian
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]