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Asian Contemporary Art in Print: Asia Society and Singapore Tyler Print Institute Release Print Portfolio

by Jon Burris, November 15, 2006

New York’s Asia Society in collaboration with one of the world’s leading graphic arts presses, the Singapore Tyler Print Institute (STPI) has released a limited edition portfolio entitled Asian Contemporary Art in Print. The portfolio that includes prints produced by nine contemporary Asian artists, celebrates the Asia Society’s 50th anniversary and was devised by Melissa Chiu, director and curator of the Asia Society Museum, New York. The artists represented in the portfolio; Amanda Heng from Singapore, Michael Lin from Taipei, Lin Tianmiao from Beijing, Jiha Moon from DaeGu, Korea, Navin Rawanchaikul from Fukuoka, Thailand, Nilima Sheikh from Vandodara, India, Wilson Shieh from Hong Kong, Yuken Teruya from Okinawa, and Wong Hoy Cheong from Penang, Malaysia, created their prints at the STPI workshop using handmade papers from the Institute’s paper mill. The portfolio was launched at the Asia Society, New York on October 28 and is being sold for U.S.$6,000 in an edition of (100). Further information is available on the STPI web site

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