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Koh Nguang How

Koh Nguang How is an artist and independent researcher on Singapore art. His artistic practice started in 1988 and encompasses photography, collage, assemblage, installation, performance art, documentation, archiving, curating and research. He worked in the National Museum Art Gallery as a Museum Assistant from Oct 1985 to Dec 1991 and later as Assistant Curator (Jan - Feb 1992). He was a researcher in the pilot Fukuoka Asian Art Museum Researcher/Curator in Residence Program 1999. He photo-documented the activities of The Artists Village since its first open studio show in 1989, to the Post-Ulu show in 1999. In 2004 & 2005, he worked with a new curatorial initiative p-10 on a major project: "Errata: Page 71, Plate 47. Image caption. Change Year: 1950 to Year: 1959; Reported September 2004 by Koh Nguang How" (held at p-10, NUS Central Library and Singapore History Museum). His collection of materials on art and culture also enables him to initiate his "Singapore Art Archive Project" in 2005; which will feature his newspaper cuttings collection under the title "Artists in the News" in the 3rd Singapore Biennale in 2011.


The Artists Village - 20 Years On

A Brief Chronology of The Artists Village

Pulau Ubin Artists-In-Residency Programme 2011-2012