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181 S Park Ave Ste 2

San Francisco, California 94107

United States

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Creative Director

Museum of Contemporary Art

Education

Doctor of Philosophy

practice-led research

Chelsea College of Art , London

Master of Arts

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UOB Painting of the Year

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Bridget Tracy Tan

Dr. Bridget Tracy Tan is Director for the Institute of Southeast Asian Arts and Art Galleries at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts. In March 2005, her book "Style & Imagination: Art in the Nanyang Academy" featuring highlights of the academy's collection and its regional significance was published. To date, she has written books and essays on the work of Cultural Medallion artists, such as Chua Ek Kay, Lim Tze Peng, Ang Ah Tee, Chng Seok Tin, Han Sai Por, Thomas Yeo, Ng Eng Teng and Yip Cheong Fun as well as pioneer and master artist, Cheong SooPieng. In 2011, Select Books published the debut 'Women Artists in Singapore' book that she wrote, ascommissioned by the National Heritage Board.
From 1996 to January 2004, Dr. Tan was a curator at the Singapore Art Museum. While at the museum she specialized in acquisitions and researching Second Generation Singapore artists, the art of Vietnam, Malaysia and India. Today, she continues her work with Southeast Asian art and artists, through workshops, research, publications and exhibitions.
Dr. Tan graduated with a Master of Arts, obtaining First Class Honours in Art History from the University of Glasgow in Scotland. She holds a Doctor of Philosophy from Chelsea College of Art, London, focusing on practice-led research as a curator and critical art historian in Southeast Asia.


UOB Painting of the Year

www.uobpoy.com [cached]

Bridget Tracy Tan

Dr. Bridget Tracy Tan is Director for the Institute of Southeast Asian Arts and Art Galleries at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts. In March 2005, her book "Style & Imagination: Art in the Nanyang Academy" featuring highlights of the academy's collection and its regional significance was published. To date, she has written books and essays on the work of Cultural Medallion artists, such as Chua Ek Kay, Lim Tze Peng, Ang Ah Tee, Chng Seok Tin, Han Sai Por, Thomas Yeo, Ng Eng Teng and Yip Cheong Fun as well as pioneer and master artist, Cheong SooPieng. In 2011, Select Books published the debut 'Women Artists in Singapore' book that she wrote, ascommissioned by the National Heritage Board.
From 1996 to January 2004, Dr. Tan was a curator at the Singapore Art Museum. While at the museum she specialized in acquisitions and researching Second Generation Singapore artists, the art of Vietnam, Malaysia and India. Today, she continues her work with Southeast Asian art and artists, through workshops, research, publications and exhibitions.
Dr. Tan graduated with a Master of Arts, obtaining First Class Honours in Art History from the University of Glasgow in Scotland. She holds a Doctor of Philosophy from Chelsea College of Art, London, focusing on practice-led research as a curator and critical art historian in Southeast Asia.


UOB Painting of the Year

www.uobpoy.com [cached]

Bridget Tracy Tan

Dr. Bridget Tracy Tan is Director for the Institute of Southeast Asian Arts and Art Galleries at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts. In March 2005, her book "Style & Imagination: Art in the Nanyang Academy" featuring highlights of the academy's collection and its regional significance was published. To date, she has written books and essays on the work of Cultural Medallion artists, such as Chua Ek Kay, Lim Tze Peng, Ang Ah Tee, Chng Seok Tin, Han Sai Por, Thomas Yeo, Ng Eng Teng and Yip Cheong Fun as well as pioneer and master artist, Cheong SooPieng. In 2011, Select Books published the debut 'Women Artists in Singapore' book that she wrote, ascommissioned by the National Heritage Board.
From 1996 to January 2004, Dr. Tan was a curator at the Singapore Art Museum. While at the museum she specialized in acquisitions and researching Second Generation Singapore artists, the art of Vietnam, Malaysia and India. Today, she continues her work with Southeast Asian art and artists, through workshops, research, publications and exhibitions.
Dr. Tan graduated with a Master of Arts, obtaining First Class Honours in Art History from the University of Glasgow in Scotland. She holds a Doctor of Philosophy from Chelsea College of Art, London, focusing on practice-led research as a curator and critical art historian in Southeast Asia.


UOB Painting of the Year

www.uobpoy.com [cached]

Bridget Tracy Tan

Dr. Bridget Tracy Tan is Director for the Institute of Southeast Asian Arts and Art Galleries at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts. In March 2005, her book "Style & Imagination: Art in the Nanyang Academy" featuring highlights of the academy's collection and its regional significance was published. To date, she has written books and essays on the work of Cultural Medallion artists, such as Chua Ek Kay, Lim Tze Peng, Ang Ah Tee, Chng Seok Tin, Han Sai Por, Thomas Yeo, Ng Eng Teng and Yip Cheong Fun as well as pioneer and master artist, Cheong SooPieng. In 2011, Select Books published the debut 'Women Artists in Singapore' book that she wrote, ascommissioned by the National Heritage Board.
From 1996 to January 2004, Dr. Tan was a curator at the Singapore Art Museum. While at the museum she specialized in acquisitions and researching Second Generation Singapore artists, the art of Vietnam, Malaysia and India. Today, she continues her work with Southeast Asian art and artists, through workshops, research, publications and exhibitions.
Dr. Tan graduated with a Master of Arts, obtaining First Class Honours in Art History from the University of Glasgow in Scotland. She holds a Doctor of Philosophy from Chelsea College of Art, London, focusing on practice-led research as a curator and critical art historian in Southeast Asia.


UOB Painting of the Year

www.uobpoy.com [cached]

Bridget Tracy Tan

Dr. Bridget Tracy Tan is Director for the Institute of Southeast Asian Arts and Art Galleries at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts. In March 2005, her book "Style & Imagination: Art in the Nanyang Academy" featuring highlights of the academy's collection and its regional significance was published. To date, she has written books and essays on the work of Cultural Medallion artists, such as Chua Ek Kay, Lim Tze Peng, Ang Ah Tee, Chng Seok Tin, Han Sai Por, Thomas Yeo, Ng Eng Teng and Yip Cheong Fun as well as pioneer and master artist, Cheong SooPieng. In 2011, Select Books published the debut 'Women Artists in Singapore' book that she wrote, ascommissioned by the National Heritage Board.
From 1996 to January 2004, Dr. Tan was a curator at the Singapore Art Museum. While at the museum she specialized in acquisitions and researching Second Generation Singapore artists, the art of Vietnam, Malaysia and India. Today, she continues her work with Southeast Asian art and artists, through workshops, research, publications and exhibitions.
Dr. Tan graduated with a Master of Arts, obtaining First Class Honours in Art History from the University of Glasgow in Scotland. She holds a Doctor of Philosophy from Chelsea College of Art, London, focusing on practice-led research as a curator and critical art historian in Southeast Asia.

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