Exhibition: Iskandar Jalil till 28 Feb 2017
Sometimes you wander into an exhibition not knowing the artist – and sometimes you are very pleasantly surprised.
This was one of those events.
The exhibition is on at the National Gallery of Singapore, opposite the ticketing desks – lower ground floor.
From the official blurb:
Iskandar Jalil is a Singapore and Southeast Asian prominent and recognised ceramic artists. He is widely recognised for expanding, advancing and reinventing the practice of studio pottery and ceramic art.
Iskandar creates organic, textured works of clay that marry Japanese discipline and philosophy with Southeast Asian and Islamic motifs and inspirations from his travels.
The exhibition works are a joy to wander amongst. This is an exhibition to be enjoyed – so take your time.
Here’s a link – click here – with more about Iskandar Jalil – the exhibition is called Kembara Tanah Liat (Clay Travels).
And best of all – entrance to the exhibition is free.