NTU CCA Singapore Online Benefit Auction 2018
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NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore is excited to present the second online benefit auction as part of its 5th Anniversary Celebration. Over 40 works have been generously donated by local and international artists who have collaborated with the Centre’s residencies or exhibition programmes since it opened in October 2013. All proceeds will go towards supporting the Centre’s future programming.
All of the auction lots are now available for viewing and bidding online at https://ntu.oph.hk and closes Thursday, 11 October 2018 at 10.00pm (GMT+8).
Donated artworks by Atif Akin (Turkey/United States), Laura Anderson Barbata (Mexico/United States), Martha Atienza (Philippines), Bui Cong Khanh (Vietnam), Kent Chan (Singapore), Tiffany Chung (Vietnam), Lucy Davis & Kee Ya Ting (United Kingdom & Singapore), Sam Durant (United States), Chia-Wei Hsu (Taiwan), Hu Yun (China), Oliver Husain (Canada), James Jack (United States/Singapore), Monica Ursina Jäger (Switzerland/United Kingdom), Joan Jonas (United States), Geraldine Kang (Singapore), Koh Nguang How (Singapore), Lim Sokchanlina (Cambodia), Alex Mawimbi (Kenya/United Kingdom), Manish Nai (India), Arjuna Neuman (Germany), Jacqueline Hoàng Nguyen (Canada/Sweden), UuDam Tran Nguyen (Vietnam), Jamie North (Australia), Lucy + Jorge Orta (United Kingdom & Argentina), Ulrike Ottinger (Germany), Gary-Ross Pastrana(Philippines), Matthias Sohr (Germany/Switzerland), Tan Pin Pin (Singapore), Erika Tan(Singapore/United Kingdom), Zai Tang (United Kingdom/Singapore), Sissel Tolaas(Norway/Germany), chi too (Malaysia), Mona Vatamanu and Florin Tudor (Romania/Switzerland), Jason Wee (Singapore), Entang Wiharso (Indonesia), and Haegue Yang (South Korea)
Thank you for your invaluable support!
From all of us at NTU CCA Singapore
Why support NTU CCA Singapore? Because you can make a difference.
NTU CCA Singapore is a non-profit institution that takes great pride in presenting internationally acclaimed, research-driven exhibitions, residencies, and extensive educational programmes. Your contribution, regardless of amount, will go a long way in enabling us to play an active role within the local arts scene. Your generous support will also contribute to the development of regional and international arts infrastructures.
Please visit the NTU Development Office’s donation portal to contribute directly to the Centre: https://bbis.ntu.edu.sg/DO/make-a-gift_cca
Your contribution to NTU CCA Singapore matters, and if you are a taxpayer in Singapore, your donation is eligible for a 250% tax deduction in 2018.
We believe that what we do here at NTU CCA Singapore makes a positive and tangible difference through art, and we hope that you will support us in achieving our aspirations.
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