Notes In Idolatry

As part of Chan Hampe Galleries’ commitment to the development of new creative talent in Singapore, Notes in Idolatry presents four emerging artists – Khairullah Rahim (Khai), Izziyana Suhaimi, Abdul Kader, and Leo Liu – who recontextualise popular culture iconography to explore personal identity.

Art Exhibition previously on at Chan Hampe Galleries Tanjong Pagar in Singapore.
From Monday 14 March 2011 to Friday 01 April 2011
Launch Friday 18 March 2011, 7pm

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“Notes in Idolatry pays homage to personal idols whether it be childhood action heroes, toys, food, or ex-lovers. It is an exploration of singular obsession which is reminiscent of the relationship between artist and muse,” said Amanda Poh, curator and gallery manager at Chan Hampe Galleries @ Tanjong Pagar.

Notes in Idolatry includes paintings by Khairullah Rahim (Khai) and Leo Liu, wall relief sculpture by Abdul Kader, and hand-embroidered works on paper by Izziyana Suhaimi.

Notes in Idolatry runs from March 14, 2011 until April 1, 2011 at Chan Hampe Galleries @ Tanjong Pagar, which is located at 21 Tanjong Pagar Road. The exhibition is open from 10am – 6pm on weekdays (closed on Wednesday) and 11am – 4pm on weekends. Admission is free. For enquires please call +65 6222 1667.