SI FY1718 Cycle 1
SSS-New Delhi Sculpture Exhibition by Sculpture Society
In the world of art, there are seven elements: line, shape, value, color, texture, form, and space. The element, form, is most closely tied to sculpture, since it is a three-dimensional art and has traditionally consisted mostly primarily of form, with color and texture being subordinate. As the meaning of sculpture continues to expand in today’s world, sculptures are no longer only representational, static, stationary, forms with a solid opaque mass that had been carved out of stone or modeled out of some metals.
As we embark on the journey of cultural exchange between the Singapore and Indian artists, Sculpture Society would like to invite members to take the opportunity to break down their artworks into their most fundamental elements and analyse their individual building blocks, each being a reflection of our beliefs, backgrounds and perspectives. As we take this opportunity to learn more about India’s art, culture and histories, we may be able to identify common grounds and appreciate the intricate differences that have arisen due to our diverse backgrounds and environments.
The SSS-New Delhi Sculpture Exhibition is supported under SIF's Singapore Internationale programme.
|Date:||03 Feb 2018 - 09 Feb 2018|
|Venue:||New Delhi, India|
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