16 September 2010

Private View: Uniquely Singapore? a generi-City project

Join us for the Opening Reception of

Private View/ Opening Reception
Thursday 16th September 2010
6.30 - 9.00pm

The Crypt Gallery
St Pancras Church
Euston Road, London NW1 2BA

The Opening Reception is free to attend but RSVP is essential.
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Come join us for an inquiry into generic urban spaces within cities, with specific examples relating to London and Singapore, through an exhibition and a discussion forum.

Exhibitions runs from 16th - 19th September 2010.

Uniquely Singapore, Distinctively London?
Discussion Forum
Sunday 19th September 2010
3.00 - 7.00pm

The Discussion Forum is free to attend but RSVP is essential.
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Discussion Forum Panelists:
Kathryn Firth, Director of Urban Design, PLP Architecture
William Tan, Architect, Zaha Hadid Architects
Ting-Ting Zhang, Architect, Studio Egret West
with others to be confirmed.

Discussion Forum Correspondents:
Voon Wong, Director, VW+BS
Vince Ong, Architect, Fosters + Partners
Kevin Hung, Architect, Serie Architects
Janita Han, Architect, FAT
Agnes Yit, Student, AA
Lingxiu, Student, AA

About Uniquely Singapore? a generi-City project

Uniquely Singapore? a generi-City project, features Uniquely Singapore, Distinctively London? (Kelvin Ang | Vince Ong | Justin Zhuang | Lingxiu Chong | Randy Tan | Agnes Yit | May Anne Lee | Kevin Hung | Yue Han Teow | Janita Han | Voon Wong | Yicheng Pan | Fabrizio Matillana | Johnny Gao) and works from Lilia Yip (Fashion Designer), Karen Yeh (Fine Artist), Johnny Gao (Architect and Photographer) and Shangyi Xie (Fine Artist).

About Uniquely Singapore, Distinctively London?

Artworks are sold individually framed (50x50cm), in an edition of 2 + 1 AP.
To purchase artworks click here. Proceeds of sale of artworks go to LandAid.

LandAid is a charity to help the young and disadvantaged access the facilities, skills, and opportunities to achieve their potential and thrive within their local community.

Uniquely Singapore? a generi-City project is presented by Creative [SIN]ergy and supported by the Singapore International Foundation, Contact Singapore, Singapore Tourism Board, and Singapore Symphony Orchestra