Exhibition Archive

Enter and Echo

A Solo Exhibition by Joanne Pang

2018 UOB Painting of the Year (Singapore)
Gold Award Winner, Established Artist Category

14 March – 2 May 2019
UOB Art Gallery, 80 Raffles Place UOB Plaza 1, Ground Floor

UOB presents 14 artworks by Ms Joanne Pang, 2018 UOB Painting of the Year (Singapore) Gold Award Winner, Established Artist Category as the next artist showcase at the UOB Art Gallery. In Enter and Echo, Ms Pang explores the relationship between the natural creases of cloth (structure), paint (material) and state of mind (memory). Through her paint strokes, she creates visual rhythms, which represent one emotional and psychological state.

Ms Pang’s artworks are bold and expressive. While her primary use of paint is Chinese ink, Ms Pang incorporates the use of lipstick, wax pencil and graphite to add depth and texture to her artworks.

UOB is the organiser and sponsor of Enter and Echo.

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The Kiss
Chinese ink, acrylic and lipstick on linen
140 x 100 cm

Highlights of the Exhibition

If tomorrow was today
If Tomorrow Was Today
180 x 100cm

100 x 180cm

Late Sun
Late Sun
90 x 100cm

About the Artist

JP Profile
Ms Joanne Pang graduated with a Master of Fine Arts from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen, Denmark in 2013. Her art practice and research explore concepts of memory, structures and place, and she has held solo and group exhibitions in Singapore and across Europe.She is currently a lecturer at LASALLE College of the Arts in Singapore.

Her Winning Artwork

2018 UOB Painting of the Year (Singapore)
Gold Award, Established Artist Category

Mixed media on cotton (Acrylic and Chinese ink)
140 x 150cm

Slash, the title of this painting, holds meaning as both a physical action and the symbol /, meaning ‘either or’. As an action, slashing brings to mind the use of a quick, direct force that results in an impact. Here, the artist creates an image of force, dynamism and transformation with her painting technique and choice of medium. As a symbol, the idea of ‘either or’ can be seen figuratively through the artist’s movements between action and inaction during painting, the concept of time passing and stopping captured on the canvas. The result is a display of the creative process the artist goes through in her exploration of the state of becoming.